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Guiding The Transition To School

Kay Margettsby Kay Margetts

Time:  July 25 at 1PM AEST  (Australia)

Kay Margetts, Associate Professor in Education at the University of Melbourne, is internationally recognised for her work on transitions. She will share her research on the all-important transition from child care to school.




Educational Leadership: What It Takes To Lead Pedagogy

kelly goodsirby Kelly Goodsir

Time:  August 16 at 11AM AEST  (Australia)

Educational leadership can be a complex role particularly if you are not sure about the direction it should take. Our host Kelly Goodsir will examine the importance of supporting teaching quality, leadership teams learning together and the opportunity of critical reflective practice to drive you forward.




How To Increase Parent Engagement At Your ECE Center

cassandra o'neilby Cassandra O’Neill

Time:  August  28 at 3PM PDT (North America)

Collective leadership and ECE guru and author, Cassandra O’Neill asks:  “Are you trying to engage families the easy way or the hard way?”

If you are interested in learning how to engage families effortlessly you will learn secrets, tips, and tools to add to your engagement toolkit. Asking magical questions will unlock the hidden energy and emotion that can transform your work from struggle to ease.




5 Simple Steps To Help You Manage, Motivate and Retain Great Staff

julie bartkus success mentorby  Julie Bartkus

Time:  September 18 at 11AM PDT (North America)

Unmotivated staff in your child care program can be a “secret” profit killer.

During this free webinar, your host, child care business success mentor Julie Bartkus, will share a step-by-step plan of action to help you cultivate your positive workplace culture and transform unmotivated staff into your raving fans.




Respectful People, Places and Things in an Early Childhood Setting

toni christie early educator thought leaderby Toni Christie

Time:  September 26 at 10AM AEST (Australasia)

The always inspirational ECE thought leader from New Zealand, Toni Christie, talks about how to set up a respectful environment in your early learning practice. She will share her wisdom in this free webinar:

— How do people show respect for children?

— What kind of play spaces are respectful spaces for children?

— What are the things available to children within the environment and how do they demonstrate respect for the child and the environment?

The New Zealand Early Childhood Curriculum, Te Whariki, refers to “people, places and things” as the learning context for young children. This webinar will inspire learning and thinking respectfully for children.




Tips To Attract And Hire Your DREAM Child Care Staff

julie bartkus success mentorby Julie Bartkus

Time:  October 11, at 11AM AEST (Australasia)

What kind of people do you see supporting you and helping you bring your vision to life?

You’ll discover the mistakes to avoid with your hiring process starting from the “Help Wanted” ads to the interview questions to your staff orientation. Each step is critically important to you creating your DREAM team and your DREAMY life!




Leading Your ECE Team And Center With Heart And Soul

toni christie early educator thought leaderby Toni Christie

Time:  November 14,  at 10 AEDT (Australasia)

New Zealand author, child care owner and ECE professional trainer, Toni Christie, will share a values-based approach to leadership in ECE.

With more than 25 years of leadership experience, Toni will share her wit, wisdom, and lessons learned from leading teams in early childhood education and as captured in her book, Leading With Heart and Soul.


I am not one for writing profusely gushing letters but I neede to share my heartfelt thanks and respect to you. I am originally from Whangarei, New Zealand but currently teaching in Vietnam where the professional development opportunities are not easily available (if there are any at all!). When I saw the Educa webinars available I signed up immediately. Thank you so much for providing such deep understandings, research and questioning about relevant topics. I was hesitant about the quality of the webinars (I have been to enough PD courses where I walk back out thinking it didn't anything new or thought provoking) - but your webinars are thought provoking and well laid out to progress thinking. One thing I miss from formal study is the level of thinking and analysis that happens at university - so often this is left behind at university; however, you have retained this quality. Thank you for unpacking the topics with research and pedagogical understanding. It has truly been refreshing to be inspired and provoked as a teacher from your webinars and I thank you for sharing your knowledge and expertise with me. May your week ahead be filled with light and wonder,
Sara Teacher