Childcare centres in Western Australia are redeveloping their focus by providing activities that allow children to learn how to behave in real world settings.
Students from the School of Education were out and about volunteering two hours of their time to support people and agencies in the community in which they live.
Taken from the findings of early childhood educators who attended the Pushes and Pulls of Pedagogy forum, a report has been delivered to the Minister for Education.
When you were in school, did you think your teachers had eyes in the backs of their heads? Now using the latest video technology the next generation of teachers are being trained to see the whole classroom.
The move from primary school to high school can be a stressful period for students, but ECU’s School of Education lecturer Mandie Shean says there are ways parents can help to make the transition as smooth as possible.
You are invited to participate in the latest forum by the Centre for Research in Early Childhood.
Early childhood academics from universities and professional associations across WA have released a response to the Productivity Commission’s 2014 Draft report into Childcare and Early Childhood Learning
Primary School is a crucial period for children to develop reading and writing skills. Parents have a vital role to play.
With recent light being shed on teaching strategies throughout the nation, CREC presents a position statement on Direct Instruction.
The Centre for Research in Early Childhood, hosted a seminar event for Early Childhood teachers and professionals in response to the National Early Childhood reform agenda.
Professor Caroline Barratt-Pugh provides comment in The West Australian regarding one of the draft recommendations from the Productivity Commission’s inquiry into childcare.
The Alliance for High Quality Education in the Early Years of Schooling, has presented a discussion paper on the engagement in high quality early childhood education programs.
ECU Mates is back again continuing on from the huge success of the inaugural year.
Singing, balancing, jumping and skipping are all part of a cutting-edge movement program that is helping teach children to read and write.
Presented by the Edith Cowan Institute for Education Research in association with the FLC and CSaLT; The program for this semester’s Research Seminars is now available.