Philosophy leading strategy (3-part series)

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Vision and philosophy represent the core values that inform all practice areas of a business. They are essential components for the operation of early childhood settings and are integral to the achievement of an ‘Exceeding National Quality Standard’ rating. Nevertheless, they are not always understood by educators and managers. This three-part series will expand on the meaning of vision and philosophy and explain how they can be used effectively within early and middle childhood settings.

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This module is designed to help participants understand the meaning of vision and philosophy, and explore how vision and philosophy can be used effectively within early and middle childhood settings.

Learning outcomes

In this course, you will:

  • explore the concepts of vision and philosophy and their relationship to the National Quality Framework
  • be introduced to theories related to the concepts
  • examine case studies and resources
  • apply their understanding through an interactive exercise and encourage them to develop a sample vision and philosophy for their setting.

Leanne Gibbs is a researcher, author and consultant. She consults on leadership and public policy in education and care. Leanne is also a doctoral candidate at Charles Sturt University and works as a principle researcher for a large public provider of early childhood education.

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Additional information

Presented by

Links to the National Quality Standard


Australian Professional Standards for Teachers

Course Duration

2 hours, 30 minutes

Australian Qualifications Framework