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Where to start when using Australian Early Development Census data in your setting

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National Quality Standard
QA1Educational program and practice
QA6Collaborative partnerships with families and communities
Australian Professional Standards for Teachers
6Engage in professional learning

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Dr Jessie Jovanovic
Prior to working in tertiary education, Jessie Jovanovic worked in Long Day Childcare services both as an unqualified and qualified childcare educator in Adelaide. Dr Jovanovic currently teaches across three Early Childhood Education degrees at Flinders University, specializing in the areas of child development, infant-toddler pedagogy, and professional experience. Dr Jovanovic’s research interests include: pedagogical...
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What is the Australian Early Development Census (AEDC) and how can educators access site level information? Dr Jessie Jovanovic explores why the data is useful for educators, what it tells us and some of the ways they may wish to start using it. This is a highly practical webinar that explores, step-by-step, how to access, read and interpret data provided by the AEDC.

Following the completion of this webinar you will

  • Know what the Australian Early Development Census (AEDC) is and how and where to access relevant data
  • Understand why the data from the AEDC is useful for ECEC professionals

Be able to begin to consider how to use AEDC data in your setting such as how to inform program and practice, to guide a strategic approach to family and community partnerships, to support intentional teaching as part of the planning cycle.

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