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Avoiding Cultural Tokenism In Early Chil…

As educators, we need to incorporate cultural celebrations within the setting in a sensitive and respectful...

Childcare Articles September 23, 2017

Educator Reflections

This template is used by educators to reflect on their practices. 

Reflections September 19, 2017

Paid and Unpaid Maternity & Parental…

When working while pregnant, both parents are entitled to maternity and parental leave and this applies...

Childcare Articles September 14, 2017

Thousands Of Educators Strike Across Aus…

Today (Thursday 7th September), it is estimated that 3000 to 4000 Early Childhood Educators throughout Australia...

Childcare News September 7, 2017

CHCPRT001 - How can a child care worker become...
Yesterday, 20:46 by stelala (8 replies)

NQS 2.2.1 & Regulations On Food and Beverages
Yesterday, 14:52 by Italian_princess (3 replies)

Activities For Babies
Yesterday, 11:53 by rtemp (5 replies)

Anyone Studying With Inspire Education
Yesterday, 10:33 by Whitesamael (2 replies)

22.09.2017, 20:13 by Kathy89 (2 replies)

Ongoing projects/Learning centres?
22.09.2017, 18:23 by Chloe23 (1 reply)

22.09.2017, 17:43 by Kathy89 (1 reply)

observations - valid,representative,significant...
22.09.2017, 14:46 by smippy (1 reply)

CHCLEG001 - Potential Legal and Ethical Situations
22.09.2017, 12:52 by mahjay (4 replies)

CHCECE002 - Australian Privacy Principles
22.09.2017, 12:40 by catnap (3 replies)

Educator Articles

Avoiding Cultural Tokenism In Early Childhood Settings

As educators, we need to incorporate cultural celebrations within the setting in a sensitive and respectful manner by avoiding cultural tokenism - which is the act of making a small minimal effort towards something.

Student Articles

How To Reference Correctly Using Web Sources

As a student finding information and doing research is an important part of completing assignments. Once you find the information you need to complete the question, it's imperative you know how to reference the information that you are adding into your response.

Parent Articles


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