Webinar Themes: Educational Quality Practice & ECE Business Management At Educa, we share your belief that every child’s early experiences at home and school should be inspiring and engaging. We also know high-quality interactions with children and parents require inspired … Read More
Missing In Action: Male Educators On The Fringe Male educators working in the early childhood sector are finally getting their own national association. February 17 will see the official launch of the Australian Association for Men in Early Childhood (AAMEC) … Read More
What They’re Saying About You: The Generational Divide In Childcare Asking educators what it’s like working with their younger cohort brings out the criticism. But this is not a blog post about bashing newbies in the sector. It’s about coaxing … Read More
Our sector has lost a luminary – Emeritus Professor Collette Tayler of the University of Melbourne As an advocate for early childhood education, Collette Tayler had influence across Australia and internationally. Professor Tayler passed away on 1 December, 2017. Below … Read More
Rules, Requirements And Key Constituents Are you thinking of starting a childcare service in Canada or have a product for the sector? Or perhaps you are moving to Canada and want to understand the early childhood education landscape. Here is … Read More
What Happens When In The NQS 2018 Revamp Quality is not an option for the early childhood education sector – it’s a given. The National Quality Standard (NQS) is the benchmark for early education in Australia. And there is a … Read More
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How to Develop Conversations with Parents Parent teacher communication starts from the moment a child enters your preschool. Their impressions may be formed by seeing welcome signs in their own language, children’s artwork on display, and photos of children and … Read More