The Aboriginal Ways Of Learning template can be used to reflect on how you include Aboriginal pedagogies into the learning environment. The Aboriginal pedagogy framework is expressed as eight interconnected pedagogies. It is a point of entry into this way of knowing. It is a way to develop relationally responsive practice in the way you work with your Aboriginal community.…
Educators and other staff who are pregnant need to be aware of how some infections can affect their unborn child. If a staff member is pregnant, it is even more important than usual for the education and care service to make sure that all staff are following good infection control practices.
Pre-writing skills involve the skills a child needs in order to learn to write. These skills include sensor motor skills which enable a child to hold and use a pencil which gives them the ability to copy, trace, draw and colour.
Just imagine a line down the centre of the body. Crossing the midline is a child's ability to reach across the middle of the body with arms and legs crossing over the opposite side. It's an important developmental skill needed for writing, putting on shoes and socks, hitting a ball with a bat and more.
The Outdoor Play Learning Story template can be used for an individual child or a group of children. Educators can write a learning story on what experiences the children engaged in during outdoor play while using a storytelling approach to describe what happened. Click the link to download: Outdoor Play Learning Story
The Outdoor Weekly Plan is a 2-page template that enables Educators to plan weekly outdoor experiences for the children to engage in as well as photo page. The outdoor program should support children's learning, interests and provide an opportunity for children to participate actively in the outdoor environment. Click the link to download: Outdoor Weekly Plan