Every Child – Vol.17 No.1 2011

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The relationships and interactions that young children develop with those around them play a fundamental role in their social, emotional and cognitive development. This issue of Every Child magazine focuses on improving outcomes for children, with a special focus on the role of quality relationships in providing the foundation for young children’s future wellbeing and success.

Building on what children know … Social and emotional learning as a basis for curriculum … Developing children’s social and emotional skills … foundations for learning…

 

Other topics included in this issue of Every Child include:

  • the universal access commitment to early childhood education and its implementation in long day care settings
  • creating positive, engaging science experiences for children in the early years
  • the Abecedarian Approach
  • Marte Meo
  • professional development
  • access issues in child care
  • sensible approaches to the sun protection in education and care services
  • National Quality Framework.

Each issue of Every Child magazine contains a vast range of topics and perspectives on a current theme which varies from issue to issue. It provides service-based activities, snapshots and profiles written by the field, for the field.

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