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The Early Years Learning Framework: Building confident learners 2 As emphasised in the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF), the indicators for
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2 Being clear about what we mean by the words we use In early childhood education and care (ECEC), we tend initially to be wary about a term such as ‘intentional teaching’.
1 NQS PLP e-Newsletter No.47 2012 Community engagement A community is more than just a location, or a collection of individuals who happen to live or work in the same place.
2 Healthy lifestyles 'Learning about healthy lifestyles, including nutrition and physical fitness, is integral to wellbeing and self-confidence.’ (DEEWR, 2009a, p. 30; ...
4 For older children, discussion and debate are important ways that they can contribute to decision-making. For babies and infants that kind of contribution is not possible.
1 NQS PLP e-Newsletter No.66 2013 Play-based approaches to literacy and numeracy Literacy and numeracy are essential skills for all children to develop.
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2 April 2014 Photos taken at the Connecticut Early Childhood Block Party in Hartford’s Bushnell Park on August 24, 2013, courtesy of Leah Grenier (cover photo and pages 4, 5, 6 …
2. Teachers for All: Inclusive Teaching for Children with Disabilities. July 2013. This policy paper was written by Ingrid Lewis and Sunit Bagree. The development of this paper was coordinated by Sunit Bagree and funded by
New York State Prekindergarten Foundation for the Common Core 5 The New York State Prekindergarten Foundation for the Common Core Carefully developed early learning expectations