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Early Childhood Ireland's podcast series, sponsored by Arachas, features interviews and discussions on all issues relating to quality early learning and care, with a range of speakers who are leaders in the areas that matter to Early Childhood Ireland members.

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Early Childhood Ireland's podcast series, sponsored by Arachas, features interviews and discussions on all issues relating to quality early learning and care, with a range of speakers who are leaders in the areas that matter to Early Childhood Ireland members.

    Experiencing Reggio Emilia, with Orlagh Doyle and Anne Warren

    Experiencing Reggio Emilia, with Orlagh Doyle and Anne Warren

    Continuing our Reggio Emilia series, in this episode Orlagh Doyle, from Carraig Briste and Killegney, in Wexford, and Anne Warren, from The Learning Tree in Dublin, chat about their recent study visit to Reggio Emilia. They discuss their experiences in the Infant and Toddler and Preschool settings in the city and how they plan to implement their learning in their own settings.  

    • 33 min
    Exploring Reggio Emilia, with Milica Atanackovic

    Exploring Reggio Emilia, with Milica Atanackovic

    The Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood education is renowned worldwide.  In this series, we explore an approach that has at its heart an image of strong, capable children and is rooted in community. In the first episode of the series, we look back at the origins of the approach and how it is constantly evolving. Milica Atanackovic, Membership, Excellence and Learning Manager, with Early Childhood Ireland take us through some of the key aspects of the Reggio Emilia ethos and philosophy. 

    • 26 min
    Communicating through creativity with Liz Smith

    Communicating through creativity with Liz Smith

    In this final episode of the Communicating series of Early Childhood Ireland's podcast, Liz Smith,  Creative social inclusion and learning officer, at ReCreate shares her thoughts on how creativity empowers children of all ages to express themselves and how it also supports inclusion. 

    • 32 min
    Communicating through music, with Jackie Maguire

    Communicating through music, with Jackie Maguire

    Continuing the Early Childhood Ireland’s podcast series on Communicating, in this episode, Máire Corbett has a conversation with Jackie Maguire, Early Years artist and consultant, about how music is one of the hundred languages of children, along with ways to introduce children to the joy of music.  

    • 48 min
    Communicating multilingually with Dr Francesca La Morgia

    Communicating multilingually with Dr Francesca La Morgia

    In this episode of the Communicating series, Dr Francesca La Morgia, from Mother Tongues, discusses how we create an environment that welcomes multiple home languages, and how we can support meaningful communication where language is a barrier. We also talk about supporting parents and educators to feel confident about using their home language and how this supports a sense of identity and belonging and pride in their heritage among children. 

    • 32 min
    Playing with STEAM, with Sandra O'Neill

    Playing with STEAM, with Sandra O'Neill

    In this episode from our STEAM series, Sandra O’Neill, from Dublin City University discusses what STEAM means in early childhood, outlines some barriers to the introduction of these areas to children and explores some simple ways we can start to ensure children see these subjects as fun and playful. 

    • 27 min

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