UN Convention on the Rights of the Child In Child Friendly Language | Save the Children’s Resource Centre

UN Convention on the Rights of the Child In Child Friendly Language | Save the Children’s Resource Centre

Code of Ethics poster. The Early Childhood Australia Code of Ethics is referred to widely within the early childhood field and is highly respected.    This A1 poster (841cm x 594cm) sets out the Code of Ethics in clear print and is suitable for display on notice boards in childcare centres and early childhood training environments.

Code of Ethics poster. The Early Childhood Australia Code of Ethics is referred to widely within the early childhood field and is highly respected. This A1 poster (841cm x 594cm) sets out the Code of Ethics in clear print and is suitable for display on notice boards in childcare centres and early childhood training environments.

This journal provides some excellent suggestions for ways we can reflect upon our practice as educators. The author credits Dewey for the foundations of reflective practice.

This journal provides some excellent suggestions for ways we can reflect upon our practice as educators. The author credits Dewey for the foundations of reflective practice.

The brochure outlines Early Childhood Australia's Code of Ethics in easy-to-follow point form.    The Code of Ethics is referred to widely within the early childhood field and is highly respected. It can be photocopied for distribution at workshops and seminars, or used for teaching ethics to early childhood students or professionals.

The brochure outlines Early Childhood Australia's Code of Ethics in easy-to-follow point form. The Code of Ethics is referred to widely within the early childhood field and is highly respected. It can be photocopied for distribution at workshops and seminars, or used for teaching ethics to early childhood students or professionals.

Reflection as a tool for quality: Working with the National Quality Standard is intended to assist educators to understand the process of critical reflection and its usefulness for facilitating quality practices in early years settings. The processes highlighted in this document have been aligned to those required in the National Quality Framework (NQF) for Early Childhood Education and Care and the associated Quality Improvement Plan.

Reflection as a tool for quality: Working with the National Quality Standard is intended to assist educators to understand the process of critical reflection and its usefulness for facilitating quality practices in early years settings. The processes highlighted in this document have been aligned to those required in the National Quality Framework (NQF) for Early Childhood Education and Care and the associated Quality Improvement Plan.

When children have opportunities to make choices, to attempt tasks for themselves, and to take on increasing responsibilities, their sense of themselves  as competent members of society grows.  With strong links to the #EYLF and the #NQS, this e-Newsletter presents detailed information for educators to help support the development of independence and agency in children in a positive and collaborative way.

When children have opportunities to make choices, to attempt tasks for themselves, and to take on increasing responsibilities, their sense of themselves as competent members of society grows. With strong links to the #EYLF and the #NQS, this e-Newsletter presents detailed information for educators to help support the development of independence and agency in children in a positive and collaborative way.

Quality Area 3: Physical environment - Case study No.1: Betty Spears Child Care Centre in Sydney, NSW.  When it was established 30 years ago, the Betty Spears Child Care Centre was a trailblazing service: one of the first 24-hour child care centres in Sydney, it served the staff of the Tempe bus depot and other working families in the inner-city. Today, the 24-hour service is long gone, but the centre’s history still shapes its physical environment.

Quality Area 3: Physical environment - Case study No.1: Betty Spears Child Care Centre in Sydney, NSW. When it was established 30 years ago, the Betty Spears Child Care Centre was a trailblazing service: one of the first 24-hour child care centres in Sydney, it served the staff of the Tempe bus depot and other working families in the inner-city. Today, the 24-hour service is long gone, but the centre’s history still shapes its physical environment.

A new National Quality Framework for early childhood education and care services. It includes a new National Quality Standard, streamlined regulation, a new rating system and new learning frameworks for use by education and care services.

A new National Quality Framework for early childhood education and care services. It includes a new National Quality Standard, streamlined regulation, a new rating system and new learning frameworks for use by education and care services.

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