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Survey: Teaching priorities in ECE

What are the teaching priorities of New Zealand's ECE teachers?

The power of outdoor play for children

Why outdoor play is so beneficial for children and how to incorporate risky play in ECE

Survey: Teaching priorities in ECE

What are the teaching priorities of New Zealand's ECE teachers?

Building trustful relationships in ECE settings

Important ideas for building trustful relationships among teachers in ECE settings

Survey: Lessons from Lockdown (Te Reo)

WIN $500 for your school library: Tell us about your experience of learning during lockdown to help identify how education might change in the future

An interview with Tina Tacken about the importance of observation in infant and toddler care

Tina Tacken, leader or the infant and toddler space at the AUT Childcare Centre, discusses how she balances Magda Gerber’s concept of respectful practice with the need to develop a rich language environment

An interview with Sharon Smith about the principles of RIE® and Educaring® in infant and toddler care

Infant and Toddler expert, Sharon Smith discusses how best to enable effective education and care for young children

An interview with Jean Rockel about infants and toddlers

Veteran early childhood educator Jean Rockel answers key questions about primary caregiving for infants and toddlers.

Lessons from lockdown: Engaging in true partnership with Māori and Pasifika families

The key ideas discussed during our webinar discussing the recent report: the report School-led learning at home: The voices of parents of Māori and Pasifika students

Beyond the digital divide: How has covid-19 shone a light on long-present educational inequalities?

With the mass shift to online and distance learning, both in New Zealand and around the world, a spotlight has been shone on the inequalities that exist within education.

Intentional teaching and investigations

Key lessons from Anne Meade and Meg Kwan on designing an authentic, local curriculum

Survey: Lessons from Lockdown

WIN $500 for your school library: Tell us about your experience of learning during lockdown to help identify how education might change in the future

Designing an authentic, local curriculum in ECE

Key lessons from Anne Meade and Meg Kwan on designing an authentic, local curriculum

Lessons from lockdown: initial questions and considerations for schools and education

What are the ideas, lessons and opportunities for schools and education emerging from this lock down period?

Leadership in ECE: insights from Lorraine Manuela and Celeste Harrington

Ideas about effective leadership in ECE from Lorraine Manuela and Celeste Harrington.

SPECIAL REPORTS

On Knowledge; Towards understandings of the place(s), space(s) and role(s) of knowledge in and for education

A response to the somewhat contested place knowledge currently holds in schools and education. It explores the various conceptualisations and roles of knowledge in education through eight chapters by guest contributors.

The Quest for Scale: achieving system-wide innovation and improvement in education

A critical investigation into the literature on scale and scaling in education and whether an alternative paradigm for achieving improvement at scale in education is required.

White Paper: From Tinkering to Intelligent Action

This white paper explores the absence of a built-for-purpose R&D system in education that supports the generation, dissemination and application of usable knowledge to foster system-wide innovation and improvement in our schools.

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