Early childhood professionals consider how they engage with and celebrate NAIDOC Week in their local community context, including how the week forms part of their approach to embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in their everyday programs.
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.
Dr Sue Lopez Atkinson shares personal and research perspectives in this free webinar from the 2019 Reconciliation Symposium.
This on-demand webinar is a panel discussion with Susan Irvine, Karen Thorpe, and Jane Bourne and explores leadership approaches and strategies for professional practice in long day care.
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.
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 on-demand webinar 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.