Every Child—Vol. 26 No. 1 2020


This first 2020 issue of Every Child has a new look and features informative articles in health and wellbeing, reconciliation, and technology in early learning settings.

Dr Ruth Wallace gives tips to encourage young children to eat well, Shauna McIntyre details a project she coordinated that encouraged preschool children to make meaning of the Country they live and learn on, and Dr Jo Bird shows how children can learn ethical lessons through pretend play with non-working digital devices.

This edition also introduces some new elements, including puzzles and a mental health page that provides tips on beginning a journey in mindfulness.

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Welcome to the first Every Child edition of 2020. Inside this new-look magazine you will find informative articles and see new features, including puzzles and an environment page that goes inside the learning environment of an early learning setting.

This edition features an edited transcript of Emeritus Professor Peter Moss’s speech at the Early Childhood Australia 2019 National Conference, an article from a Health Science Lecturer who shares tips on encouraging young children to eat healthy, and an article that details the ethical lessons children can learn from using non-working digital devices.

A wonderful story of reconciliation in the Lismore region is shared, which shows how children are becoming participants in shaping the contemporary culture of Wijabul Wia-bal Country.

We feature the 2019 Victorian Early Childhood Teacher of the Year, Leanne Mits, who talks about her experience in the early learning sector and she attributes her success to being part of a ‘professional village’.

This is an exciting edition to read and enjoy. It is fresh, bright and full of great articles for professional development.

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Weight 0.15 kg
Dimensions 29 × 21 cm