Let’s Talk: Creating a culture of learning—places of teaching and learning for everyone


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National Quality Standard
QA1Educational program and practice
QA4Staffing arrangements
QA7Governance and Leadership
Australian Professional Standards for Teachers
3Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
4Create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments
7Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/carers and the community


Anne Stonehouse AM
Anne Stonehouse (AM) has been a consultant, writer and developer of videos and other resources on a variety of topics in early childhood education and care.
Michelle Gujer
Michelle Gujer is the Manager of the Children’s Program at Gowrie Victoria-Broadmeadows Valley.


What is a learning culture? How do educators create a strong learning culture; one that sustains and includes everyone—children, families, educators and other staff, both as respected teachers and learners? How do you create a service that is full with liveliness, creativity and energy in which everyone’s unique strengths and potential is harnessed? Anne Stonehouse AM and Michelle Gujer explore the methods in which educators can create a thriving culture of learning within their settings to support good practice and provide best outcomes for children.


After completing this webinar, you will,

  • Understand what a culture of learning looks like within ECEC services, not only for children, but also for educators, families and other staff
  • Obtain practical ideas for creating and sustaining a culture of learning within your own context
  • Understand the link between culture and leadership and ways to foster leadership to motivate and inspire a culture of learning.


Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes