Contents for Every Child Vol. 16 No. 4

Editorial

Moving forward with the National Quality Framework—Alison Elliott

Guest Statement

The Early Years Learning Framework—elements of practice—Jennifer Sumsion

Features

Leading by the heart/soul: Using magic, being moral, creating merriment and mobilising others—Wendy Lee

A child’s right to be heard: Weaving children’s voices into meaningful outdoor experiences—Claire Warden

Finding out about children’s meaning-making through drawing together—Linda Knight

Indigenous education: The challenge of change—Professor Lester-Irabinna Rigney

Every day, I go to work to play—Dave Brown

The playground: A place to belong, be and become—Janet Robertson

Playful is artful—John O’Toole

Terra nullius—Alan Pence

Researching with children—Sue Dockett and Johanna Einarsdottir

Health

Diabetes and the early childhood years—Jason Triggs

Innovation

Starting right—Alison Elliott and Holly Quain

Creating a sense of community—KidsMatter Early Childhood

Police officers in early childhood: Rethinking one aspect of community connections—Katey De Gioia and Fay Hadley

EYLF Professional Learning Program Update

Towards quality in early learning provision—Jenni Connor

National Quality Framework

National Quality Framework Agenda update

Ethics

Bullying in the early years—Karen Weeks

Profile

Interview with Claire Warden—Sarah Cameron

Snapshot

Holy Spirit Community of Learners reflects on their participation in the KidsMatter Early Childhood pilot—Joanne Moller

Homestead Child and Family Centre: A reflective journey six months on—Helen Broderick

Book reviews

Assessment for learning in the early years foundation stage

Contemporary perspectives on early childhood education

Mr Chicken goes to Paris

Isabella’s garden

Fridge Door

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