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Relevant theories that underpin the value of family/educator relationships
Strategies that encourage participation
Activities that promote self-regulation in children
Working in Partnerships with Families
Inclusion Strategies for Children
Relationship-based strategies to help children learn about behaviour
Behaviour Guidance for children
Early Childhood Education and Care Code of Ethics
United Nations Conventions on the Rights of the Child
Legislation, regulations and workplace practices relevant to the Early Childhood Education and Care environment
Other Pins

Relevant theories that underpin the value of family/educator relationships

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Urie Bronfenbrenner (1917-2005) developed the ecological systems theory to explain how everything in a child and the child's environment affects how a child grows and develops. He labeled different aspects or levels of the environment that influence children's development, including the microsystem, the mesosystem, the exosystem, and the macrosystem.

Vygotsky emphasised the idea that each child’s learning and development is embedded in their cultural surroundings. That is, the way a child thinks and what they think about depend on the unique ways of life in the community they grow up in. Growing Up, Community, Culture, Education, Learning, Children, Unique, Life, Young Children

Theorist in the Spotlight: Lev Vygotsky

Educators are often asked to reflect on how we draw on different theorists of education in our own principles and practices. Here we will look at one of the key influential thinkers in the field – Lev Vygotsky (1930s) – and some ways that our common (and quality!) practices and principles are linked to his theories.

Strategies that encourage participation

Some young children bounce through life eager to try new experiences. Others hang back, cling to a parent’s hand, or duck behind Mom or Dad to peer out at the activities going on around them instead of joining in. Group Activities, Activities For Kids, Preschool Behavior, Child Guidance, Shy People, School Information, School Play, School Counselor, Play To Learn

Encouraging a Shy Preschooler to Participate

Want to help your shy preschooler? Here are some ways to help shy children become a part of the group.

According to a report, asbestos fibers have been found in crayons and other kinds of children’s toys that are usually sold in the US. The EWG Action Fund have requested a ban on asbestos in consume. Pack Of Crayons, Ways To Relieve Stress, Dry Erase Board, Clean Beauty, Art Supplies, Creative Design, Creative Kids, Coloring Books, Dandelion

Ways Child Care Providers Can Encourage Children Who Don't Like Art

Art is a favourite activity for most children in child care. However, a few children may be little hesitant to join in the fun. Some children don’t like the mess and don’t want to get dirty. Others may watch from the sidelines or avoid art altogether. Observing children closely will help you understand their reluctance to explore and experiment with art.

Activities that promote self-regulation in children

Games and Activities for Self-Regulation The Inspired Treehouse - How can you support the development self-regulation in your child? Check out some of our best activities and ideas here!Human development Human development may refer to: School Social Work, Pre School, High School, Emotional Regulation, Self Regulation Strategies, Zones Of Regulation, Social Emotional Learning, Social Emotional Development, Teaching Social Skills

30 Games and Activities for Self-Regulation - The Inspired Treehouse

How can you support the development of self-regulation in kids? This huge resource is full of self-regulation games, information, books, and more!

Self-regulation is the ability to manage reactions and behaviour. You can help your child learn self-regulation. Teaching Kids, Kids Learning, Behavior Management Strategies, Sibling Fighting, Self Regulation, Emotional Development, Kids Health, Toddler Preschool, Young Children

Self-regulation in young children

Self-regulation is the ability to understand and manage your own behaviour and reactions. Self-regulation is important for development. For example, it helps children with learning and social skills. Self-regulation develops most in the toddler and preschooler years. It continues to develop into adulthood. Help your child develop self-regulation through talking about feelings and role-modelling.

Working in Partnerships with Families

Building partnerships takes time and ongoing effort and everyone needs to keep working at it; taking small steps works best. Families and staff who build partnerships experience more satisfaction when they interact with one another. Children benefit from this positive environment as it helps promote their mental health and wellbeing.  Families Mental Health And Wellbeing, Effort, Benefit, Families, Environment, Positivity, Couple Photos, Children, Building

Kidsmatter building partnerships between families and staff

Building partnerships takes time and ongoing effort and everyone needs to keep working at it; taking small steps works best. Families and staff who build partnerships experience more satisfaction when they interact with one another. Children benefit from this positive environment as it helps promote their mental health and wellbeing. Families

Welcome to the ACECQA Guide to the National Quality Framework. This is a video series for parents and families of children who attend early childhood or scho. National Quality Framework, Important People, Early Education, Early Childhood, Kids Learning, Teaching Resources, Families, Parents, Community

Build Strong Partnerships with families

Families are the primary influence on children’s development and the most important people in children’s lives. Children learn about their world and their place in it through everyday experiences, conversations and routines with their families. Research has shown us that when families are involved in their child’s early education and care, their child achieves more regardless of their socioeconomic level, ethnic or racial background, or the parents’ educational level (McDermott, 2010).

Inclusion Strategies for Children

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What Is Inclusive Child Care?

Research has shown that inclusion, when done well, can be a very positive experience for both young children with special needs and their typically developing peers. Child care providers can play an important role in making inclusive child care successful.

Ensuring that all children have the right to belong, be	and	become is a key principle	underpinning the	provision	of	inclusive	practice.	This	fact	sheet	aims	to	assist	educators	to	increase	their	knowledge,	understandings	and	practices	of	inclusion	and	inclusive	practice.	Reflective	questions	and	activities	are	included	to	promote	reflection	and	discussion Reflection, Knowledge, Key, Activities, This Or That Questions, Children, Young Children, Boys, Unique Key

Understanding Inclusion

Ensuring that all children have the right to belong, be and become is a key principle underpinning the provision of inclusive practice. This fact sheet aims to assist educators to increase their knowledge, understandings and practices of inclusion and inclusive practice. Reflective questions and activities are included to promote reflection and discussion

Relationship-based strategies to help children learn about behaviour

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Relationship-Based Care Practices in Infant-Toddler Care

Relationships are critical for positive, healthy infant development and help provide a framework for exploration and future learning

Quality Area 5 focuses on relationships with children. Relationships should be responsive and respectful and should promote children's sense of security and belonging. Early Childhood, Behavior, Relationships, Children, Behance, Young Children, Boys, Infancy, Kids

Guiding Behaviour - Early Childhood Resource Hub

Quality Area 5 focuses on relationships with children. Relationships should be responsive and respectful and should promote children's sense of security and belonging.

Behaviour Guidance for children

From birth, children begin to explore how the social world works. Exploring and learning to manage  feelings, behaviour, rights and responsibilities is a complex process. Educators play an important role in supporting children to regulate their own behaviour. Rights And Responsibilities, Exploring, Behavior, No Response, Birth, Play, Education, Feelings, Learning

QUALITY AREA 5 SUPPORTING CHILDREN TO REGULATE THEIR OWN BEHAVIOUR

From birth, children begin to explore how the social world works. Exploring and learning to manage feelings, behaviour, rights and responsibilities is a complex process. Educators play an important role in supporting children to regulate their own behaviour.

Guiding children’s behaviour is an important aspect of educating and caring for children. Positive strategies need to be developed to assist children to learn appropriate ways of behaving. Kids Behavior, Childhood, Positivity, Education, Learning, Children, Young Children, Infancy, Boys

Understanding children’s behaviour

Guiding children’s behaviour is an important aspect of educating and caring for children. Positive strategies need to be developed to assist children to learn appropriate ways of behaving.

Early Childhood Education and Care Code of Ethics

Are you a Childcare worker or part of a childcare centre? Take note of the Childhood Australia Code of Ethics to comply to industry standard practices. Early Childhood Australia, Code Of Ethics, Relationship Bases, Global Citizen, Healthy Environment, Research Projects, Learning Environments, Children And Family, Professional Development

Early Childhood Australia Code of Ethics - Inspire Education

This Code of Ethics provides a framework for reflection about the ethical responsibilities of early childhood professionals. Following a national process of consultation, principles emerged which are indicative of the values we share as early childhood professionals in Australia. The code is intended for use by all early childhood professionals who work with or on behalf of children and families in early childhood settings.

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ECA's Code of Ethics principles - Early Childhood Australia

Set of statements about appropriate and expected behaviour of early childhood professionals. It reflects current pedagogical research and practice.

United Nations Conventions on the Rights of the Child

We play a direct role in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Save The Children, Working Together, Countries Of The World, Armed Forces, Human Rights, Religion, Couple Photos, Special Forces, Couple Shots

UN Convention On The Rights Of The Child | Save the Children UK

All children have the same rights

The Convention on the Rights of the Child: The children’s version Bring Up A Child, Right To Privacy, Family Relations, Primary Education, Child Face, Creative Activities, Working With Children, Cool Names, Child Friendly

The Convention on the Rights of the Child: The children’s version

THE RIGHTS FOR CHILDREN SET OUT HERE HAVE BEEN AGREED BY ALMOST EVERY COUNTRY IN THE WORLD

Legislation, regulations and workplace practices relevant to the Early Childhood Education and Care environment

Belonging, Being and Becoming - The Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) describes the principles, practices and outcomes that support and enhance young children's learning from birth to five years of age, as well as their transition to school. Early Years Framework, National Quality Framework, Child Care Services, Reflective Practice, Emotional Development, Child Development, Freedom Of Information Act, School Leadership, Teaching Skills

Legislation, ratings and standards information on the National Quality Framework (NQF)

The NQF is a national system for the regulation and quality assessment of child care and early learning services.

Other Pins

 Laura Markham > The Family That Plays Together > making chores fun Family Posing, Family Portraits, Family Photos, Open Air Kino, Family Dentistry, Jolie Photo, Family Traditions, Child Development, Family Photography

Gulf Bend MHMR Center

Urie Bronfenbrenner (1917-2005) developed the ecological systems theory to explain how everything in a child and the child's environment affects how a child grows and develops. He labeled different aspects or levels of the environment that influence children's development, including the microsystem, the mesosystem, the exosystem, and the macrosystem.

Vygotsky emphasised the idea that each child’s learning and development is embedded in their cultural surroundings. That is, the way a child thinks and what they think about depend on the unique ways of life in the community they grow up in. Growing Up, Community, Culture, Education, Learning, Children, Unique, Life, Young Children

Theorist in the Spotlight: Lev Vygotsky

Educators are often asked to reflect on how we draw on different theorists of education in our own principles and practices. Here we will look at one of the key influential thinkers in the field – Lev Vygotsky (1930s) – and some ways that our common (and quality!) practices and principles are linked to his theories.

Some young children bounce through life eager to try new experiences. Others hang back, cling to a parent’s hand, or duck behind Mom or Dad to peer out at the activities going on around them instead of joining in. Group Activities, Activities For Kids, Preschool Behavior, Child Guidance, Shy People, School Information, School Play, School Counselor, Play To Learn

Encouraging a Shy Preschooler to Participate

Want to help your shy preschooler? Here are some ways to help shy children become a part of the group.

According to a report, asbestos fibers have been found in crayons and other kinds of children’s toys that are usually sold in the US. The EWG Action Fund have requested a ban on asbestos in consume. Pack Of Crayons, Ways To Relieve Stress, Dry Erase Board, Clean Beauty, Art Supplies, Creative Design, Creative Kids, Coloring Books, Dandelion

Ways Child Care Providers Can Encourage Children Who Don't Like Art

Art is a favourite activity for most children in child care. However, a few children may be little hesitant to join in the fun. Some children don’t like the mess and don’t want to get dirty. Others may watch from the sidelines or avoid art altogether. Observing children closely will help you understand their reluctance to explore and experiment with art.

Games and Activities for Self-Regulation The Inspired Treehouse - How can you support the development self-regulation in your child? Check out some of our best activities and ideas here!Human development Human development may refer to: School Social Work, Pre School, High School, Emotional Regulation, Self Regulation Strategies, Zones Of Regulation, Social Emotional Learning, Social Emotional Development, Teaching Social Skills

30 Games and Activities for Self-Regulation - The Inspired Treehouse

How can you support the development of self-regulation in kids? This huge resource is full of self-regulation games, information, books, and more!

Self-regulation is the ability to manage reactions and behaviour. You can help your child learn self-regulation. Teaching Kids, Kids Learning, Behavior Management Strategies, Sibling Fighting, Self Regulation, Emotional Development, Kids Health, Toddler Preschool, Young Children

Self-regulation in young children

Self-regulation is the ability to understand and manage your own behaviour and reactions. Self-regulation is important for development. For example, it helps children with learning and social skills. Self-regulation develops most in the toddler and preschooler years. It continues to develop into adulthood. Help your child develop self-regulation through talking about feelings and role-modelling.

Building partnerships takes time and ongoing effort and everyone needs to keep working at it; taking small steps works best. Families and staff who build partnerships experience more satisfaction when they interact with one another. Children benefit from this positive environment as it helps promote their mental health and wellbeing.  Families Mental Health And Wellbeing, Effort, Benefit, Families, Environment, Positivity, Couple Photos, Children, Building

Kidsmatter building partnerships between families and staff

Building partnerships takes time and ongoing effort and everyone needs to keep working at it; taking small steps works best. Families and staff who build partnerships experience more satisfaction when they interact with one another. Children benefit from this positive environment as it helps promote their mental health and wellbeing. Families

Welcome to the ACECQA Guide to the National Quality Framework. This is a video series for parents and families of children who attend early childhood or scho. National Quality Framework, Important People, Early Education, Early Childhood, Kids Learning, Teaching Resources, Families, Parents, Community

Build Strong Partnerships with families

Families are the primary influence on children’s development and the most important people in children’s lives. Children learn about their world and their place in it through everyday experiences, conversations and routines with their families. Research has shown us that when families are involved in their child’s early education and care, their child achieves more regardless of their socioeconomic level, ethnic or racial background, or the parents’ educational level (McDermott, 2010).

Ways to Encourage Self-Help Skills in Children – eXtension Alliance for Better Child Care Teaching Overseas, Teaching Jobs, Self Help Skills, Skills To Learn, Physical Development In Children, Early Childhood Education Degree, International Teaching, Web Social, Exploration

What Is Inclusive Child Care?

Research has shown that inclusion, when done well, can be a very positive experience for both young children with special needs and their typically developing peers. Child care providers can play an important role in making inclusive child care successful.

Ensuring that all children have the right to belong, be	and	become is a key principle	underpinning the	provision	of	inclusive	practice.	This	fact	sheet	aims	to	assist	educators	to	increase	their	knowledge,	understandings	and	practices	of	inclusion	and	inclusive	practice.	Reflective	questions	and	activities	are	included	to	promote	reflection	and	discussion Reflection, Knowledge, Key, Activities, This Or That Questions, Children, Young Children, Boys, Unique Key

Understanding Inclusion

Ensuring that all children have the right to belong, be and become is a key principle underpinning the provision of inclusive practice. This fact sheet aims to assist educators to increase their knowledge, understandings and practices of inclusion and inclusive practice. Reflective questions and activities are included to promote reflection and discussion

African Mom Reading To Baby photos, royalty-free images, graphics, vectors & videos Baby Development In Womb, What Is Ptsd, Relationship Bases, Relationships, Mother Pictures, Mindful Parenting, Holding Baby, Reading Time, Skin So Soft

Relationship-Based Care Practices in Infant-Toddler Care

Relationships are critical for positive, healthy infant development and help provide a framework for exploration and future learning

Quality Area 5 focuses on relationships with children. Relationships should be responsive and respectful and should promote children's sense of security and belonging. Early Childhood, Behavior, Relationships, Children, Behance, Young Children, Boys, Infancy, Kids

Guiding Behaviour - Early Childhood Resource Hub

Quality Area 5 focuses on relationships with children. Relationships should be responsive and respectful and should promote children's sense of security and belonging.

Are you a Childcare worker or part of a childcare centre? Take note of the Childhood Australia Code of Ethics to comply to industry standard practices. Early Childhood Australia, Code Of Ethics, Relationship Bases, Global Citizen, Healthy Environment, Research Projects, Learning Environments, Children And Family, Professional Development

Early Childhood Australia Code of Ethics - Inspire Education

This Code of Ethics provides a framework for reflection about the ethical responsibilities of early childhood professionals. Following a national process of consultation, principles emerged which are indicative of the values we share as early childhood professionals in Australia. The code is intended for use by all early childhood professionals who work with or on behalf of children and families in early childhood settings.

From birth, children begin to explore how the social world works. Exploring and learning to manage  feelings, behaviour, rights and responsibilities is a complex process. Educators play an important role in supporting children to regulate their own behaviour. Rights And Responsibilities, Exploring, Behavior, No Response, Birth, Play, Education, Feelings, Learning

QUALITY AREA 5 SUPPORTING CHILDREN TO REGULATE THEIR OWN BEHAVIOUR

From birth, children begin to explore how the social world works. Exploring and learning to manage feelings, behaviour, rights and responsibilities is a complex process. Educators play an important role in supporting children to regulate their own behaviour.

Guiding children’s behaviour is an important aspect of educating and caring for children. Positive strategies need to be developed to assist children to learn appropriate ways of behaving. Kids Behavior, Childhood, Positivity, Education, Learning, Children, Young Children, Infancy, Boys

Understanding children’s behaviour

Guiding children’s behaviour is an important aspect of educating and caring for children. Positive strategies need to be developed to assist children to learn appropriate ways of behaving.

ECA's Code of Ethics principles - Early Childhood Australia Early Childhood Australia, Code Of Ethics, Core Values, Learning Environments, Decision Making, Respect, Behavior, Families, Acting

ECA's Code of Ethics principles - Early Childhood Australia

Set of statements about appropriate and expected behaviour of early childhood professionals. It reflects current pedagogical research and practice.