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Understanding child mental health

This course explores mental health for children aged 0-12 years. It will help practitioners to identify the factors that support positive mental health in children, and understand how the different parts of a child’s world interact to influence their social and emotional wellbeing.

Emerging Minds

Leadership

Anti-Bias - A Project Approach

Anti-Bias Approaches are central to early childhood education. They are not a choice or an ‘add on’. They are the foundation of all curriculum and can be expressed and integrated into many much loved and familiar approaches.

The Inclusion Room

Pedagogy

My Friend Has Two Mums

My Friend has Two Mums is an online professional learning course exploring gender and sexuality in early childhood, this course features 15 early childhood experts with associated practical tips and tasks for each modules. NESA approved.

The Inclusion Room

Pedagogy

Robots, Relationships & Reflection

New technologies are twinkling their way into children’s lives! Building a curriculum that has foresight into how they live now & will live requires us to play with new technologies without losing sight of what we know about nature & sustainability.

The Inclusion Room

Other

Understanding child mental health and disability

This foundation course explores mental health for children aged 0-12 years who are living with disability. It will help you to identify the factors that support a child’s social and emotional wellbeing and introduce you to key concepts in disability-aware practice. It also describes the importance of considering the mental health of children living with disability, and why these children may be more vulnerable to developing mental health concerns.

Emerging Minds

Pedagogy

Reconciliation Action Plan

Are you wanting to start your reconciliation journey and not sure where to begin? In this webinar, Jessica will be yarning about the importance of Reconciliation Action Plans and how they can best be utilised to create cultural change in your early learning setting.

Koori Curriculum

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