Professional learning packages are a selection of modules exploring a particular pedagogical subject, competitively priced as a bundle.
Each package contributes a selected amount of hours for accredited NESA professional development. For more information on accreditation, email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Module||Reconciliation in action part 1—Tracey Simpson|
|Module||Reconciliation in action part 2—Tracey Simpson|
|Module||Partnerships with families for inclusive practice|
|Webinar||Anti-bias approaches in early childhood—Red Ruby Scarlet|
|Module||Supporting bilingualism during early childhood—Ruth Nicholls|
This package includes three hours of NESA Registered Professional Development. If you’re based in the ACT, this package is a five hour TQI Accredited professional learning program.
This professional learning package is designed for those who are new to early childhood education and care and are working the National Quality Framework.
|Module||Introduction To The National Quality Framework For Early Childhood Education And Care Services|
|Module||An Introduction to the Early Years Learning Framework|
|Module||Routines and transitions: embracing opportunities for learning—Karen Winderlich|
|Module||The value of play—Dr Luke Touhill|
|Module||Working with the ECA code of ethics—Catharine Hydon|
This professional learning package is designed as a starting point for educators to learn more about the STEAM curriculum areas of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.
|Module||STEM in early childhood—Dr Kate Highfield|
|Module||STEM inquiry: Co-constructed environments for curious minds—Little Scientist|
|Module||Maths is everywhere—Jenni Connor|
|Module||Music in early childhood—Dr Amanda Niland|
|Module||Technology in early childhood—Dr Joanne Orlando|
If you’re based in the ACT, this package is a five hour TQI Accredited professional learning program.
This professional learning package is designed for those who are responsible for documenting and assessing children’s learning in an early childhood setting.
|Module||Documenting and assessing children’s learning part 1—Dr Anne Kennedy (NESA)|
|Module||Documenting and assessing children’s learning part 2—Clarendon Children’s Centre (NESA)|
|Module||Using critical reflection—Dr Jenny Cartmel|
|Webinar||The planning cycle: rediscovered—Rod Soper|
|Webinar||Play-based learning: Using the pedagogical play-framework—Professor Susan Edwards|