In this interactive webcast designed for service leaders, Rod Soper discusses the different between ‘listening to hear’ and ‘listening to respond’. He also shares tips and... Read More
Rod Soper examines the concept of personal wellbeing and how service leaders can establish a culture of wellbeing in their early learning services.
Robin Christie examines many practical examples of loose parts play using materials that are recovered, upcycled or drawn from nature.
Professionalism and identity in early childhood education and care: Who we are and what we do
This webinar explores the idea of professional identity in two ways— who you are and what you do— as well as consider notions of professionalism and your identity in early childhood education and care in relation to children, families, colleagues and the community.
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.
What does privacy look like in children’s services - and how can educators ensure they’re not in breach of the Privacy Act (1988)? This webcast examines through case studies, aspects of the Privacy Act, including the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme, as well as ways services can maintain privacy and what is defined as sensitive information.
In this webinar, Dr Red Ruby Scarlet addresses key critical questions about embedding anti-bias approaches in everyday practice.
Choosing to act ethically is a defining feature of being an early childhood professional. It is the complex process of choosing between many right ways – there are often no simple or easy answers. This on-demand webinar will introduce the ECA Code of Ethics and discuss how educators might use the Code to support their everyday decision making.