The future is bright: leaders collaborating to transform early learning
August 26, 2020 - August 26, 2020
2020 has held a level of disruption to government, industry and services that has not been seen for decades. Climate change driven bushfires and a global pandemic have thrown into uncertainty social norms and structures that – for good or ill – we thought were unshakeable. As we face global uncertainty, focusing on the needs of children is more important now than ever.
Current circumstances have driven rapid change across the early learning sector from classroom delivery to government funding arrangements. Throughout, the sector has proven innovative and resilient. Now, with the system more malleable than ever before, the door has been thrown open to transform the future of early learning to new ways of improving the lives of children today and in generations to come.
Join Jane Hunt, Kerry Graham and A/Prof Cathrine Neilsen-Hewett in conversation with Dr Fiona McKenzie to celebrate the early learning sector and discuss how a systems based approach and innovative thinking can transform the experiences of children, families and teachers and educators as we transition to our current and future realities.
Jane Hunt, The Front Project
Kerry Graham, Collaboration for Impact
A/Professor Cathrine Neilsen-Hewett, University of Wollongong,
Dr Fiona McKenzie, Orange Compass (Facilitator)