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An introduction to the key principles of kaupapa Māori leadership and their implications for early childhood settings.
Intentional strategies for supporting infants’ early engagement with literacy.
How one team approaches the documentation of children’s learning.
A team-based approach to settling a new child into the centre.
How venturing outside the centre builds children’s sense of belonging in their community.
Blocks and construction materials provide rich opportunities for cross-curricular learning.
The deliberate design of spaces affords a range of curriculum opportunities.
How technology can be used in different ways to enrich children’s learning.
The principles of an inquiry-based approach at Kids’ Domain.
How the teachers at Kids’ Domain use an inquiry-based approach to respond to children’s interests.
Using deliberate strategies to support infants’ and toddlers’ emotional wellbeing and learning.
Challenging and risky play provides multiple opportunities for physical and social emotional learning.
The benefits of open-ended resources and environments for supporting learning and exploration.
How effective teams work together and support each other.
Discover how one early childhood centre approaches a project-focused curriculum.
Exploring the local community provides many valuable learning opportunities,
Opportunities for exploration and risk-taking supports children’s resilience, perseverance and confidence.
See how one teacher’s interest in fashion design led to the development of a cross-curricular focus on design thinking.
See how one centre creates positive and enriching experiences for children, parents and teachers.