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Partnerships with Families Professional Learning Bundle

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This professional learning bundle is a collection of materials including online learning modules and ECA publications to support educators in building knowledge and contemporary practices around partnerships with families in the early years. It includes:

Product Quantity

Families: Where learning begins

Paperback

Supporting the wellbeing of parents and carers

Paperback

Working in partnership with families facing adversity

Paperback

Partnerships with families for inclusive practice

$40.50$40.50 Member Price each

Partnerships with families

$40.50$40.50 Member Price each

Description

The ECA Professional Learning Bundles are designed as blended, flexible and self-paced professional learning packages that can be utilised by individuals or teams. Publications can be shared with families and across educator’s teams, webcasts can be viewed with whole teams in staff meetings and online learning modules can be utilised by individual educators. Once purchased services will have access to the online learning for 12 months and will also gain access to the ECA Learning Management System (LMS) to track professional learning and download or print completion certificates. Publications are the services to keep and can be revisited over and over supporting learning and building understanding over time.

Additional information

Families: Where learning begins

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 17.3 × 24.5 cm
Pages

28

Format

Paperback

Year published

2017

Supporting the wellbeing of parents and carers

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 17.3 × 24.5 cm
Pages

28

Format

Paperback

Year published

2019

Working in partnership with families facing adversity

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 25 × 18 cm
ISBN

978163230698

Pages

28

Format

Paperback

About the author

Nick Hopwood is an educational researcher. He has spent a decade conducting studies with families, health professional and early childhood educators. He is interested in finding out how professionals work effectively and respectfully with families facing circumstances that put children’s wellbeing, leaning and development at risk.

Nick is an associate professor in the School of International Studies and Education at the University of Technology Sydney and Extraordinary Professor at the University of Stellenbosch, Department of Curriculum studies. He is the author of the creating better futures website which is based on a study funded by the Australian Research Council (De150100365). Nick is also a part of the team that produced childfeeding.org—a resource to help parents and professionals caring for children with complex feeding difficulties.

Year published

2019

Partnerships with families for inclusive practice

Presented by

Links to the National Quality Standard

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Australian Professional Standards for Teachers

Course Duration

60 Minutes

Partnerships with families

Presented by

Links to the National Quality Standard

,

Australian Professional Standards for Teachers

Course Duration

60 Minutes

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