Understand the role: Nominated supervisor and person in day-to-day charge in education and care
This module is designed to unpack what it means to be a nominated supervisor or a person in day-to-day charge of an early childhood education... Read More
This ECA Learning Hub series by Karen Turner allows the learner to analyse the role of emerging technologies and their effects on the nature of learning in early childhood. Participants explore the use of digital documentation to interact and communicate effectively with young children and families, with the main aims of building and strengthening relationships and supporting learning.
The eSafety Professional Learning Modules are unique professional learning opportunities developed by the eSafety Commissioner and Early Childhood Australia.
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.
Vision and philosophy are essential components for the operation of settings. This module aims to study the meaning of vision and philosophy and explore how a vision and philosophy is used within early and middle childhood settings.
Founded on solid expert research and five years of sector consultation, the ECA Leadership Program has been designed by early childhood experts and quality assured by early childhood practising leaders. Our Leadership Program was specifically created as a strengths-based, self-directed, short-term program for both current and aspiring early childhood leaders in diverse settings.
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.
Encountering and interpreting the principles of Reggio Emilia Encounters (4-part series)
Discover and explore the principles of Reggio Emilia in this one-of-a-kind online professional learning package, developed by Early Childhood Australia (ECA) and the Reggio Emilia Australia Information Exchange (REAIE), in collaboration with Reggio Children, Italy.
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.
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.