Partnership with Families Professional Learning Bundle (SRF Menu of Evidence)

$140.85

This professional learning bundle offers a range of resources, including online courses and publications, to empower and support partnerships with families in early childhood education.

Partnerships with families

Partnerships with families for inclusive practices (2-part series)

Families: Where learning begins

Working in partnership with families facing adversity

Supporting the wellbeing of parents and carers

By Mel Angel

In early childhood settings, there is much that educators can do to support parents’ and carers’ wellbeing. This Everyday Learning Series title uses research-based evidence to assist educators in building positive relationships and in supporting the wellbeing of parents and carers.

This book will provide educators with strategies to: engage in critical reflection to help uncover biases; identify barriers that may prevent flourishing relationships with parents and carers; develop positive relationships; invite feedback from parents and carers; and much more. The book also shares real-life case studies, as well as relevant links to the National Quality Standard, the ECA Code of Ethics and the Early Years Learning Framework.

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Description

This professional learning bundle includes:

Partnerships with families presented by Anne Stonehouse (online learning module)

Partnerships with families for inclusive practice (2-part series) (online learning module)

Families: Where learning begins by Judy Radich

Supporting the wellbeing of parents and carers by Mel Angel

Working in partnership with families facing adversity’ by Nick Hopwood

Additional information

Partnerships with families

Presented by

Links to the National Quality Standard

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Australian Professional Standards for Teachers

Course Duration

2 hours

Australian Qualifications Framework

Partnerships with families for inclusive practices (2-part series)

Presented by

Links to the National Quality Standard

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Australian Professional Standards for Teachers

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Course Duration

3 hours, Part one = 1 hour, Part two = 2 hours

Australian Qualifications Framework

Accreditation

Families: Where learning begins

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 17.3 × 24.5 cm
Pages

28

Format

Paperback

Year published

2017

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

Supporting the wellbeing of parents and carers

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 17.3 × 24.5 cm
Pages

28

Format

Paperback, e-version

Year published

2019