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Pedagogy and curriculum

 

Engineering creativity: celebrating loose parts play for all ages
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Price $25.00
Robin Christie examines many practical examples of loose parts play using materials that are recovered, upcycled or drawn from nature.
 

Learning with nature – Package 2
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Price $154
Experience the wonder of nature pedagogy with Claire Warden in this five-module online professional learning package about developing higher-order thinking using an inquiry-based learning approach within the context of natural sciences. This is the second package in the Claire Warden 'Learning with Nature' series.
 

Learning with nature—Package 1
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Price $154
Experience the wonder of nature pedagogy with Claire Warden in this five-module online professional learning package about developing higher-order thinking using an inquiry-based learning approach within the context of natural sciences. This is the first package in the Claire Warden 'Learning with Nature' series.
 

eSafety: Professional Learning Modules
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Free
The eSafety Professional Learning Modules are unique professional learning opportunities developed by the eSafety Commissioner and Early Childhood Australia.
Putting art in place with Red Ruby Scarlet 

Putting art in place
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Price $55.00
Putting Art in Place by Dr Red Ruby Scarlet is a professional development program that focuses on relationships, and aims for those undertaking this learning module to is ‘feel’ with the ears and eyes as arts practice is put in place through relationships.
STEM Inquiry: an online learning module with Little Scientists and ECA 

STEM inquiry: co-constructed environments for curious minds
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Price $45
Inviting early childhood educators and teachers to engage in inquiry-based, child-led STEM practices, this module discusses common notions of STEM and unfolds what STEM in the early years looks like.
 

The planning cycle: Rediscovered
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Price $25
Rod Soper presents this inspiring rediscovery of the Planning Cycle and challenges us to consider how we can use the Planning Cycle to reinvigorate not only our thinking, but how we approach children’s learning and development.
 

Music in Early Childhood
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Price $45
Music has long been regarded as an important part of early childhood education. Join Dr Amanda Niland and explore music as a powerful tool for children's learning and development.
 

Keynote Address – Ethics and Politics in Early Childhood Education revisited
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Price $25
Twelve years ago, Professor Moss wrote a book with Gunilla Dahlberg, Ethics and Politics in Early Childhood Education; and argued that ethics and politics should be the starting point for early childhood education. In this presentation, Professor Moss returns to this theme, believing it to be more important than ever, given the troubled times in which we live and the dominant discourse in today’s early childhood education.
 

Where to start when using Australian Early Development Census data in your setting
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Price $25
What is the Australian Early Development Census (AEDC) and how can educators access site level information? This is a highly practical webinar that explores, step-by-step, how to access, read and interpret data provided by the AEDC.