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Intergenerational mental health

This course is designed for professionals who work with children, and those who work with adults who are parents. It supports you to apply three elements of an ‘intergenerational lens’ to your work, to positively influence the parent–child relationship and children’s mental health. The course describes how an intergenerational lens can be used in practice to better understand the history of family challenges or disadvantages, as well as the history of family strengths, resilience and know-how.

Emerging Minds

Other

Parental substance use and child-aware practice

This course examines preventative opportunities and entry points to promote children’s mental health with parents in the context of parental substance use. It provides examples of conversations with parent-clients who are using substances in ways that affect the social and emotional wellbeing of their children.

Emerging Minds

Pedagogy

Aboriginal S.T.E.M. Suite

Introducing The Aboriginal Early Childhood Collective's brand new Aboriginal STEM Suite Online Course! With 8 presentations from our Aboriginal STEM Summit, PDF downloads containing reflection questions, activities and resources, plus being NESA accredited, this course is a fantastic next step on your journey towards embedding an Aboriginal perspective into your centre or service.

The Aboriginal Early Childhood Collective

Quality Improvement

Who Belongs? Building capacity to foster children's, families and educator's cultural identities - Online

This session will be an opportunity to reflect on the ways in which the cultural identities of all members of your communities are fostered. We will offer practical ways to create environments which incorporate and build on home cultures and languages.

KU Children’s Services

Pedagogy

Becoming Eco Smart Together (BEST) - Online Series

KU brings the challenge of living more sustainably to early education communities with Becoming Eco Smart Together (BEST), because we care.

KU Children’s Services

Pedagogy

Why Mindset Matters: See the meaning in children's behaviour

This workshop explores the question: How does the way we think about children affect our ability to provide the nurturing relationships they need for true inclusion and emotional wellbeing?

KU Children’s Services

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