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 email@example.com
This package includes three hours of NESA Registered Professional Development.
|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 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|
|Webinar||Technology in early childhood—Dr Joanne Orlando|
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|