‘I can do it!’ Supporting babies’ sense of agency

'I can do it!' Supporting babies' sense of agency

Belinda George is an educator in an early learning service in Melbourne who also has responsibility for ongoing professional learning for her colleagues and is a part-time lecturer at TAFE. In this Talking about practice, she has a conversation with Anne Stonehouse about the concept of babies’ agency, what it looks like and what educators can do to promote it in everyday learning experiences.

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