NQS PLP e-Newsletters

The regular NQS e-Newsletter gives momentum to the work of educators towards meeting the NQS, by providing case studies and other information about how they are engaging with the EYLF across Australia. Researched and written by an ECEC experts.
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This is our final NQS PLP e-Newsletter titled 'Reflections on the journey so far'! http://wp.me/p2wNWe-19F  In this e-Newsletter, Jenni Connor takes a look at how far the early childhood sector has come in understanding and implementing the National Quality Framework, including the Early Years Learning Framework and the Framework for School Aged Care.
NQS PLP e-Newsletter No. 73 titled Assessing children's learning—work in progress! (Part 1) by Anne Stonehouse. Get it here: http://wp.me/p2wNWe-17L
Being thoughtful about children’s needs, responding to play and being intentional all meld together in quality http://wp.me/p2wNWe-16R
NQS PLP e-Newsletter No.70 - 'Transitions: Moving in, moving up and moving on' by Anne Kennedy http://wp.me/p2wNWe-15f
NQS PLP e-Newsletter No.69 - This document acts as a supporting guide for our new video series titled Getting to know the NQS http://wp.me/p2wNWe-14O
NQS PLP e-Newsletter No.68 - 'Communicating with families about children's learning' by Anne Stonehouse http://wp.me/p2wNWe-14f
No. 71 - What does Reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous cultures mean, and how can early childhood educators—and the children in their care—contribute to it? Our latest e-Newsletter is the supporting document for the new Talking about practice video, ‘Exploring reconciliation in early childhood settings’. Find it here: http://wp.me/p2wNWe-16m
This is e-Newsletter No.67 and it is a supporting document for the latest Talking about practice video, titled 'Embedding sustainable practices’. http://wp.me/P2wNWe-13K
'Play-based approaches to literacy and numeracy' is the latest NQS PLP e-Newsletter and is out now! Check it out here: http://wp.me/p2wNWe-12X   In this e-newsletter, Luke Touhill shows how educators working with children in the prior-to-school years contribute to positive attitudes and early understandings through rich, practical and play-based experiences.
'Becoming culturally competent—Ideas that support practice' is our e-Newsletter No.65 and is out now! Download it here: http://bit.ly/1id5TjK  In this edition, Catharine Hydon demystifies 'cultural competence’ and offers practical, everyday steps to becoming more ‘competent’.  Catharine suggests that we start by understanding our own cultural identity and connecting to our local families and communities and the values and traditions that matter to them.

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