Contents for Every Child Vol. 18 No. 2

Editorial

Planning and patience around the reform agenda—Alison Elliott

Guest Statement

The National Quality Standard for early childhood provision—Collette Tayler

Features

Planning in the context of the National Quality Standard: Valuing children, promoting learning—Catherine Patterson and Alma Fleet

Young children’s learning: Two models of teaching—Judy Radich

Assessment: Don’t make it what it’s not—Luke Touhill

Working in partnership to improve quality—Alysia Regan

A matter of voice: Planning for quality improvement—Pauline Harris

Cultural competence: Working towards Reconciliation—Judy Radich

Inquiry learning is deep learning—Bronwyn Bushby

Teaching Indigenous kids about their culture—Alison Wunungmurra

Assessing children’s learning: Thinking in the context of the National Quality Standard—Alma Fleet and Catharine Patterson

Health

What about me? Supporting the siblings of a seriously ill child—Penny Richardson

Managing food allergies holistically—Prathyusha Sanagavarapu

Parents

Communicating with families can make all the difference—Julie McElhone

Involving families in the National Quality Standard—Jennifer Kenyon

Ethics

Not always easy! Negotiating children’s experiences with families—Anne Stonehouse

Profile

Pam Cahir: A celebration—Alison Elliott

Reflection

Developing an inclusive pretend play policy—Melissa MacMaster

Professional Development

Prepared for your qualified future?—Alison Elliott

Transitions

Reflections on KidsMatter Early Childhood

Research

Infants engaging in ‘pedagogical playfulness’ in group settings—Joy Goodfellow

Book Reviews

Programming and planning in early childhood settings (5th edn)

Partnerships: Working together in early childhood settings

Nog and the land of noses

Bubble trouble

Fridge Door

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