Pin 1. This pin depicts the principles, practices and outcomes in the Belonging, Being and Becoming; Early Years Learning Framework. Each of the principles, practices and outcomes support educators in providing quality education in the early childhood sector. Educators are able to use the framework as a guide when planning and programming activities and routines for children.
'Connections with the National Quality Framework: Developing children's social and emotional skills'. Go here to download the free eBook: https://www.kidsmatter.edu.au/early-childhood/resources-educators-and-families/ebooks #NQF
Environment makeover. NQS ideas to actions is a Commonwealth of Australia funded documentary produced and brought to you by Early Childhood Australia (ECA). This video documents a service’s development and implementation of a working Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) focused on aspects of Quality Area 3: Physical Environment. This process of developing and implementing the QIP will demonstrate the way in which improving the physical environment will impact on all seven quality areas of the…
The Early Years Learning Framework: Learning and teaching through play focuses on The Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) for Australia and explains how educators examine their understandings of play and how play-based approaches require intentional planning and teaching in order to support and extend children’s learning. Throughout the book there are practice examples and questions for critical reflection and discussion with colleagues.
In the second part of our series—Documenting children’s learning and development—Tracey Roberts from Kingborough Family Day Care in south-east Tasmania shares with us how she provides professional guidance to a network of 32 educators. Direct link: http://bit.ly/18op1rp