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Shifting frames of mind on educational leadership

Have you had difficulty securing a highly qualified and experienced educational leader at your service? Or do you need your educational leader to be professionally supported in their role with capacity building opportunities?

Shifting Frames of Mind on OHS/WHS in Early Childhood Services. Assessing the risks

Shifting Frames of Mind on OHS/WHS in Early Childhood Services. Assessing the risks

Under the OHS/WHS Law and Regulations in Australia, Early Childhood services should take a systematic approach to identifying hazards and assessing risks at their services as part of their daily practice. This approach ensures the highest level of protection is in place for people at work and has never been more pertinent. 

 

Shifting Frames of Mind on OHS/WHS in Early Childhood Services - Setting the scene.

Shifting Frames of Mind on OHS/WHS in Early Childhood Services - Setting the scene.

This blog sets the scene for other upcoming posts on OHS/WHS issues in education and care services during a pandemic.

Shifting frames of mind on 'linking'

Shifting frames of mind on 'linking'

When did the word 'linking' become part of the pedagogical conversations in early childhood?  Is this a dominant discourse to contest? Read our article and critically reflect on practice.

Shifting frames of mind on indoor/outdoor programs

Shifting frames of mind on indoor/outdoor programs
This article asks the reader to critically reflect on practices that are understood to be agentic.

Shifting frames of mind on lunchtimes

Shifting frames of mind on lunchtimes
Let’s make 2020 a year to challenge and diffuse the dominant discourse on mealtimes.  Read this blog to find out more.

What is a jotting?

What is a jotting?
The word jotting or jottings have wormed their way into the everyday language of early childhood educators.  But is it professional?

Children's Rights - A Right to Comfort

Children's Rights - A Right to Comfort
How are children's rights lived every day in your service? This blog critically reflects on the provision of adult-sized chairs and tables in children's centres in Australia.

What are 21st Century Skills and why are they important?

What are 21st Century Skills and why are they important?
This article will provoke the reader to think about how to create contexts for children to learn a range of 21st Century skills.

Being Intentional with Blocks

Being Intentional with Blocks
This blog addresses the intentionality of blocks and the concept of a permanent learning area in an early childhood service.

Reconceptualising outdoor experiences – Hello Urban Atelier!

Reconceptualising outdoor experiences – Hello Urban Atelier!
Imagine a new conceptualisation of the outdoor spaces for children in education and care services in Australia.

Rights and responsibilities! Can they be separated?

Rights and responsibilities!  Can they be separated?
This blog addresses the ethical issue of speaking in a language other than English in a workplace staff room.