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EYLF and NQS without Tears 3rd edition - A stetp-by-step guide

ISBN: 9781925145373
Code: TS0307
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The EYLF and NQS without Tears - Third edition has been revised to reassure educators that meeting the requirements of the new National Quality Framework is indeed achievable. This new edition features the up-to-date National Quality Standards and provides guidelines on the exceeding themes and how to exceed the NQS. It includes proformas, templates and reflection questions to help all staff understand the EYLF and NQS along with ideas for time-saving, visually appealing planning to meet the requirements. .

Pages: 98 | Ages: 0-5

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About the Authors

Susie is currently the Executive Director at Bubup Womindjeka, a large centre in Port Melbourne. She was the Director at St Paul’s Anglican Kindergarten in Canterbury and has completed both her Diploma of Teaching Early Childhood at Melbourne University and her Bachelor of Education Early Childhood at Deakin University. In 2011 Susie began studying her Masters of Education and is writing her thesis on the topic of ‘How early childhood educators engage with the Early Years Learning Framework’. She has been working in kindergartens for 16 years.

In 2009 Susie earned the ‘exemplary’ teacher classification, and has completed two Leadership Programs run by Bastow Institute. In 2011 she won the NEiTA ASG Inspirational Teachers State and Territory Award and was nominated for the National award.

Susie supports the wider community by running training workshops, mentoring and presenting at conferences on the topic of implementing the Early Years Learning Framework and the National Quality Standard and Developing Philosophy.

Susie specialises in art and children’s artistic development, and lectures at Deakin University teaching Early Childhood Art

Sarah teaches at St Paul’s Anglican Kindergarten in Canterbury and has completed a Bachelor of Education at Deakin University and a Graduate Diploma in Early Childhood at RMIT. She has also completed Leadership and Child Development Programs with the Bastow Institute.
With a teaching career spanning ten years Sarah has taught at both Secondary and Early Childhood levels. She has worked closely with children with additional needs and has a passion for incorporating Music and Drama into her teaching program. Sarah is a strong advocate of the Arts and enjoys creating Drama resources to use with young children and exploring ways to incorporate the Arts into Early Childhood programs. She is committed to extending her skills into new and diverse areas of learning within the Early Childhood field.