Early Childhood perspectives is a fortnightly podcast devoted to exploring the often overlooked concepts and issues of the Australian Early Years Sector.
Early Childhood Perspectives #30: Assisting Children with Sensory Difficulties
This episode I discuss my initial understanding of sensory processing with children and encourage others to post articles and links on our facebook page,
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Early Childhood Perspectives #29: Behaviour Management
This fortnight we tackle effective tips and strategies to manage the children within your classroom.
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Early Childhood Perspectives #28: Oral Storytelling
This week we investigate Oral Storytelling and how we can include it within our early childhood space to expose children to this rich tradition as well as use it as a vehicle to teach them the basics of the narrative form.
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Early Childhood Perspectives #27: Early Childhood and Christmas
This fortnight we tackle Christmas and the best way to celebrate this beloved holiday.
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Early Childhood Perspectives #26: What makes a effective assistant director
This week we discuss the four aspects that make a effective assistant director.
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Early Childhood Perspectives #25: Changes to the NQF
My notes from the Early Childhood Directorate Consultation hosted by the Department of Education on the 14/11/2017
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