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Quality Area 3 of the National Quality Standard focuses on the physical environment.
Quality Area 2 of the National Quality Standard reinforces children’s right to experience quality education and care in an environment that provides for their health and safety.
Quality Area 1 of the National Quality Standard focuses on ensuring that the educational program and practice of educators are child-centred, stimulating and maximise opportunities for enhancing and extending each child’s learning and development.
Intentional Teaching examples are provided for each key focus and significant aspect of learning.
Knowledge, Skills and Dispositions describe how children explore during the Kindergarten Year within a holistic learning program.
The Queensland kindergarten learning guidelines supports kindergarten teachers’ professional practice in a range of contexts across Queensland.
This is a guide for educators on what to observe under each sub learning outcome from the MTOP Framework, when a child is engaged in play and learning. Educators can plan experiences for the curriculum and gain an understanding on…
To support children achieve learning outcomes from the MTOP Framework, the following list gives educators examples of how to support and facilitate the children attain their goals. It also provides examples on how to promote each individual outcome throughout an…
Here is the list of the MTOP Learning Outcomes that you can use as a guide or reference for your documentation and planning.
When observing children, it's important that we use a range of different observation methods from running records, learning stories to photographs and work samples. Using a variety of different observation methods can assist you in observing a child's interest, skills,…
One of the most important types of documentation methods that educators needs to be familiar with are “observations”. Observations are crucial for all early childhood settings and are used to build an understanding of a child’s skills, interests, abilities and…
Reflective practice is learning from everyday situations and issues and concerns that arise which form part of our daily routine while working in an early childhood setting. It’s about reflecting not only about what happened but why. It also guides…

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