Developed by Early Childhood Australia (ECA) and the Centre for Community Child Health, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI), this comprehensive and highly practical online professional learning package examines the importance of sleep to the overall health, wellbeing, learning and development of infants and children in line with the introduction of safe sleep and rest practices (ACECQA, 2017).
This on-demand webinar explores the five steps of emotion coaching: emotional awareness, connecting, listening, naming emotions and finding good solutions. When used effectively, emotion coaching can be used by educators and other professionals working with young children to build trusting and respectful relationships.
This webinar examines practical safe sleeping strategies for settling multiple children in Early Childhood Education and Care settings.
This module has been developed to provide early childhood educators with an opportunity to consider why children on the autism spectrum may display challenging behaviour and how best to support them.
In this webinar, Dr Sue Elliott examines what sustainability looks like within early childhood, and what educators can do to facilitate change within their early childhood services.
This module explores how partnerships with families and caregivers underpin young children’s inclusion, learning and development, and explores the benefits of partnerships to enable inclusion.
Raising Good Kids: Managing Behaviour and Emotions in Early Childhood Care and Education Settings
If you would like to update your skills and gain greater confidence in managing young children’s behaviour and emotions, Dr. Kaylene Henderson's collection of online modules, Raising Good Kids, is for you.
In this module, we focus on how to help children learn to manage their own attention, emotion, thinking, and behaviour. Self-regulation develops rapidly in the early years, through experiences and relationships that shape brain development. What can you do to support children to develop these critical skills?