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How to support positive food environments in early childhood settings
An introduction to practices that support children to develop a positive relationship with food and their bodies.
Understanding the families you work with: Reflective questions to uncover cultural differences
A set of useful questions to help you notice and understand the beliefs, values and practices of diverse families.
Principles for culturally responsive teaching in early childhood education
A closer look at the key principles underlying culturally responsive teaching in early childhood settings
How to use a superdiversity approach to work with migrant families in early childhood...
Understanding superdiversity and what it means in early childhood settings
How to support recently immigrated children and families with culturally responsive practice
Strategies specifically designed to help you work with children and families who are recent immigrants to New Zealand.
How to support Māori children with culturally responsive teaching
Strategies for effectively supporting Maori children and whanau as Maori in early childhood settings.
How to avoid a tokenistic or ‘tourism’ approach to diversity
How to ensure that your approach to culturally responsive practice is genuine rather than tokenistic.
Culturally responsive pedagogy in ECE
An overview of the research on culturally responsive pedagogy in early childhood settings.
The role of stories in literacy development
The importance of stories for literacy and identity, and the many ways to share stories in early childhood education.
Embodied literacies in ECE environments
An introduction to the various embodied and nonverbal modes that young children use to communicate.