Key insights from our webinar with Professor Megan McClelland and Dr Shauna Tominey
Executive function skills support wellbeing and success at school and in life. Find out more about how to promote and develop them
Key ideas for teachers discussed in our bullying and aggression in ECE webinar with Dr Cara Swit.
This webinar explores how bullying develops in early childhood and how to spot it, activities and strategies to prevent bullying from occurring
How to tell the difference between aggressive and bullying behaviours in young children, and strategies for addressing and preventing bullying in ECE.
A guide to understanding what differentiates bullying from other mean and hurtful behaviours, and myths about bullying busted.
Dr Megan McClelland and Dr Shauna Tominey discuss executive function – the skills that help us to plan, focus, regulate our behavior, remember instructions and complete tasks.
An explanation of what we mean by executive function and why it’s important, along with some practical and readily usable strategies for building executive function in young children.