The Early Years Learning Framework recognizes the inextricable links that belonging, being and becoming have with learning. As part of this recognition, the framework elaborates learning outcomes, principles and practices for educators that will help them meet their professional goals while ensuring personal growth and well-being too. The following article provides definitions of belonging, being and becoming.
The EYLF Learning Outcomes are broad and observable. They acknowledge that children learn in a variety of ways and vary in their capabilities and pace of learning. Children’s learning is ongoing acknowledge that children learn in a variety of ways. The following article provides practical examples of each individual learning outcome that children will progress towards in different and equally meaningful ways.
The EYLF Outcomes Meanings and Examples provide detailed meanings for each of the 5 learning outcomes as well as examples of how each learning outcome can be implemented into practice.
EYLF Outcomes In Action provides examples of how each learning outcome can be demonstrated within the learning environment. These are great to display to show how children and Educators are actively engaging in each learning outcome.
In an early childhood setting pedagogical documentation refers to the practice of collecting and displaying evidence of the different ways children think and learn over a specific period of time. The following article provides strategies for collecting pedagogical documentation for future planning.
To support children achieve learning outcomes from the EYLF Framework Version 2.0, the following list gives educators examples of how to promote children's learning in each individual learning outcome. These can be used when assessing children's learning, critically reflecting on the experiences planned, strategies to implement for each learning outcome and more. It also encourages and promotes each individual outcome throughout the early childhood setting.
This is a guide for educators on what to observe under each sub-learning outcome from the EYLF Framework Version 2, when a child is engaged in play and learning. Educators can plan experiences for the curriculum and for individual learning and gain an understanding of how children can achieve each individual outcome.
The following provides a list of cheat sheets and free printables based on EYLF Outcomes Version 2.0. These can be used as a reference point for Educators. They can also be used to refer to when documenting and planning.
The 8 Practices are supported by early childhood pedagogy's guiding principles. The following article provides details of each of the 8 Practices in the EYLF.
The 8 Principles of children's learning and early childhood teaching represent modern theories, viewpoints, and research data. The Principles serve as the foundation for a practice that is geared toward helping all children progress with respect to Learning Outcomes. The following article provides details of each of the 8 Principles in the EYLF.
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