Latest early childhood resources

Supporting positive food environments in early childhood settings

September 6 2023 Research shows that our mealtime and food experiences as children have a strong impact on our relationship with food as adults. In this webinar, dietitian Gabrielle...

Visual arts – a practical workshop

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.

Promoting gender inclusiveness in early childhood settings

Professor Mara Sapon-Shevin (Syracuse University, USA) discusses how early childhood teachers can approach gender non-conformity, including the prevalent and often unquestioned gender-based assumptions present in society. The webinar provides...

STEM learning through nature play in early childhood settings

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...

Representations of children in social media

Thursday May 117.30PM (NZST) Watch Dr Madeleine Dobson (Curtin University, Australia) discuss her research into the representation of children on social media with Dr Vicki Hargraves. The webinar explores the...

Children’s voices in early childhood curriculum

Professor Marek Tesar (University of Auckland) and Dr Vicki Hargraves discuss the importance of incorporating children’s voices in to curriculum design and implementation in early childhood settings.

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Teaching strategies for infants and toddlers: Anchoring

Using anchoring to support infants’ and toddlers’ exploration, learning, and emotional wellbeing

Sewing at Pakuranga Baptist Kindergarten

Using one teacher’s background in fashion design to inspire children’s interest in sewing and design.

The purposeful design of indoor space

Using the language of space to invite children to play, engage, and create in a range of ways.

Science and kaitiakitanga: a relationship in harmony 

Using science for children to learn how to protect and nurture their environment.

Environments and resources that promote agency

Valuing children’s right to advocate for their own and others’ ideas.

Gardening: a journey inspired by culture, values, dispositions, and engagement

Gardening opens up a wide range of opportunities for science, sustainability, and social emotional learning.

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