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The importance of movement and learning in early childhood education.
Dr Gai Lindsay provides a practical session focused on supporting teachers with their own art-making as well as their pedagogy around the visual arts in early childhood education.
The key ideas from our webinar with Amy Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles and Maia Osborn on exploring scientific concepts and STEM learning through nature play.
The importance of culture in children's early maths learning.
In this webinar, Professor Amy Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles and Dr Maia Osborn from Southern Cross University, Australia share findings from their research into teaching and learning science and STEM concepts through play-based pedagogies, and in particular, through nature play. The webinar examines ideas around play-based pedagogies, as well as definitions of...
The key insights from our webinar with Carol Mutch on schools' responses to disasters and traumatic events
Tips for building an effective curriculum.
How noticing and learning about patterns contributes to children's developing mathematical understanding.
Dr Daniel Lovatt (Aro Arataki Early Childhood Centre) and Dr Vicki Hargraves discuss how children use working theories to make sense of their world, and offer practical advice for teachers.
An introduction to understanding sensory processing differences and what they mean for young children.
Key insights from the webinar on early numeracy with Erica Zippert.
Dr Erica Zippert talks about how to support children to explore and develop their understanding of foundational maths skills involving numeracy, patterns, and spatial understanding.
Symbolic magnitude comparison and adding and subtracting quantities using number words or written numerals.
Learn how to identify and guide spatial visualisation, form perception and visual/spatial working memory.
How to recognise and develop children’s early interest in and enthusiasm for maths in early childhood settings.
Understanding object counting, subitising and numeral knowledge.
A closer look at rote counting/ordinal relations and numerical identification.