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Supporting children and their families through the transition to school

Practical ways that ECE and primary school teachers can help ensure that the transition to school is a positive and successful experience for children and their families.

What to try when building partnership with families is challenging

A taxonomy to help you reflect on partnership practice at your ECE setting.

Common partnership challenges and how to address them

Ideas and strategies to help you troubleshoot your partnership practice.

13 ideas and activities for promoting partnership in early childhood settings

to develop partnerships with parents and whanau in ECE

Principles for parent partnership: A four-step approach

Four key principles from the research on building parent partnership in ECE.

What is parent partnership?

A brief overview of the research on parent partnership in ECE.

The Steiner approach

A description of some of the key principles underpinning Steiner education.

Designing indoor spaces for living and learning in early childhood education

A guide to some key considerations when designing and adapting indoor spaces in early childhood settings.

The Pikler/Resources for Infant Educarers™ approach

A summary of the key tenets of the Pikler/RIE philosophy of early childhood care and education.

What is neurodiversity?

An explanation of the concept of neurodiversity as a strengths-based approach to learning differences, and an introduction to some of the different forms of neurodiversity.