This e-Newsletter focuses on practical ideas for learning experiences, connecting with nature and engaging with sustainability. Part B: Provisions follows on directly from Part A: Provocations and challenges educators to consider the provisions in all early childhood education and care settings and look at the practical ways to create outdoor learning environments, the way educators engage with children in these environments and to encourage children as active learners.

practical ideas for learning experiences, connecting with nature and engaging with sustainability. educators engage with children in these environments and should encourage children to be active learners.

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 in the National Quality Standard - Early Childhood Australia Shop

This e-Newsletter offers a rich insight into the #emotional and social #wellbeing of babies and young children. Social and emotional wellbeing comes from children feeling safe, secure and valued. The sense of wellbeing frees them to explore and learn.

Supporting babies' social and emotional wellbeing, written by Anne Stonehouse- NQS PLP e-Newsletter 2013

National Quality Standard Professional Learning Program e-newsletter (click to view e-Newsletter PDF)

National Quality Standard Professional Learning Program e-newsletter (click to view e-Newsletter PDF)

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