Embedding sustainable practices

In this three part video, Luke Touhill talks to three educators about what sustainability means for early childhood settings. While the three sections are interconnected they each provide a slightly different perspective on the many ways in which services can go about incorporating sustainability into their everyday practice. http://wp.me/P2wNWe-13K
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How are children involved in sustainable practices every day? Make a list of all the little things that you already do and of what else you could do. http://wp.me/P2wNWe-13K

How are children involved in sustainable practices every day? Make a list of all the little things that you already do and of what else you could do. http://wp.me/P2wNWe-13K

Work on ways to incorporate  sustainability into your program in meaningful ways. Sustainability doesn’t work as an ‘add-on’ or occasional  experience—to be successful it needs to be embedded into what you do on a day-to-day basis. http://wp.me/P2wNWe-13K

Work on ways to incorporate sustainability into your program in meaningful ways. Sustainability doesn’t work as an ‘add-on’ or occasional experience—to be successful it needs to be embedded into what you do on a day-to-day basis. http://wp.me/P2wNWe-13K

Start small and remember to set manageable and achievable goals. No one can do everything all at once. Develop a plan so that you have an idea of what you are trying to achieve over time. A vegetable garden and a worm farm are a good start but what will you do next?  http://wp.me/P2wNWe-13K

Start small and remember to set manageable and achievable goals. No one can do everything all at once. Develop a plan so that you have an idea of what you are trying to achieve over time. A vegetable garden and a worm farm are a good start but what will you do next? http://wp.me/P2wNWe-13K

Develop a shared understanding of what sustainability might look like in your service. Find out what skills, knowledge and experience others might have to contribute. http://wp.me/P2wNWe-13K

Develop a shared understanding of what sustainability might look like in your service. Find out what skills, knowledge and experience others might have to contribute. http://wp.me/P2wNWe-13K

In Part 2 C&K Redlands Community Kindergarten, also in Brisbane

In this three part video, Luke Touhill talks to three educators about what sustainability means for early childhood settings. While the three sections are in.

What does sustainability mean for your service? Reflect on your own context—where are you located? http://wp.me/P2wNWe-13K

What does sustainability mean for your service? Reflect on your own context—where are you located? http://wp.me/P2wNWe-13K

In Part 2 C&K Redlands Community Kindergarten, also in Brisbane http://wp.me/P2wNWe-13K

In Part 2 C&K Redlands Community Kindergarten, also in Brisbane http://wp.me/P2wNWe-13K

This video is part of ECA’s Talking about practice series #TAPS, designed to support discussion and reflection on the National Quality Standard #NQS and its links with the Early Years Learning Framework #EYLF. http://wp.me/P2wNWe-13K

This video is part of ECA’s Talking about practice series #TAPS, designed to support discussion and reflection on the National Quality Standard #NQS and its links with the Early Years Learning Framework #EYLF. http://wp.me/P2wNWe-13K


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