QIP

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Documenting Collaboration in Teaching and Learning

By: Diane Kashin, Ed.D, RECE. Embracing Reggio principles in practice, I am committed to research. I see research as an opportunity to act upon our knowledge in a way that is collaborative, creati…

Working with the Framework Learning Outcomes – Part 1 LINKING - The Empowered Educator

Let’s have a chat about linking the EYLF outcomes and your programming cycle. Because from what I can see the often misunderstood ‘requirement’ to link EYLF outcomes to every activity using numbers or complicated codes is causing educators an awful lot of unnecessary angst at the moment! I have received some really heartfelt messages and emails lately from…

Designing playful learning spaces for babies and toddlers.

Ideas, tips and photos to help you create engaging, welcoming and playful learning spaces for babies and toddlers - Download the factsheet!

Quality improvement plan display. - Baby Feeding Blog 2019

Are you using the AEDC data to inform your QIP? - The Spoke – Early Childhood Australia's Blog

Every three years data is collected on children’s development in their first year of school. This is called the Australian Early Development Census (AEDC). This year a new data collection is taking place, providing an up-to-date snapshot of children’s progress against five key areas, or domains, of child development: physical health and wellbeing social competence …