If you’re based in the ACT, this package is a 2-hour TQI Accredited professional learning program.
Dr Red Ruby Scarlet is an activist, artist, early childhood teacher-researcher, consultant and academic. She has been working in the early childhood sector for more than 25 years and is dedicated to creating imaginative and inclusive practices that promote dignity and integrity in early childhood. Red has developed curriculum and learning frameworks nationally and internationally. Her published works highlight stories of the numerous research projects she has led and contributed to across the world.
Red is currently the Creative Director of MultiVerse, an organisation that focuses on creating professional development and resourcing for early childhood—topics include arts, anti-bias approaches, inclusive pedagogies and curriculum.
Red also teaches part-time at Clovelly Children’s Centre in Sydney, NSW. She plays a leadership role in the Social Justice in Early Childhood group and is the founder of the Social Justice in Early Childhood Foundation.
This course, you will:
- develop an understanding of relationships—with Country, children, adults, materials, technology and knowledge—as the primary skill for arts practice
- gain knowledge of the cultural histories of art materials and connect them with place
- value their own and collective learning through relationships rather than skill alone
- understand theory and practice in planning for and practising the arts.
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