Teaching Solutions believes in learning. We help educators teach and children learn.
Our high-quality resources are strongly grounded in what works in the early childhood setting and the classroom, giving educators tools and strategies they need to make a difference. Written by highly-experienced educators and authors, they are well-designed and easy to use.
Designed to maximise young children’s potential and extend educators professional practice, our early years resources offer essential information, guidance on management and professional development, advice, innovative ideas and inspiration.
Our high-interest primary and secondary school resources have been developed to provide students with the skills necessary to become analytical thinkers, problem solvers and idea generators, and succeed in a multinational work environment.
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Time to Move
- Physical development in the early years: How to observe, assess and plan for progress
Time to Move focuses is on supporting infants, toddlers and young children to move from physical dependence to the development of sensory and motor skills and movement patterns that combine both fine and gross motor movement with increasing integration, skill and purpose. This will enable increasingly complex exploration of their environment and the manipulation and use of a range of tools.
Kay is Associate Professor of Early Childhood and Primary Teacher Education in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. She has a strong background in early childhood development and curriculum both as a practitioner and an academic.
Her main areas of research are transition and adjustment to school, accompanied by a strong record of publications.
Kay is regularly engaged in knowledge exchange activities with teachers and parents.