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Planning prompts include goal setting through your Reconciliation Action Plan, building a picture and purpose for planning with ‘Places and Spaces’ using Dr Red Ruby Scarlet’s renowned pedagogical framework, and collecting your planning through Jessica Staines’ uniquely designed ‘Curriculum Wall’. It also features a series of QR codes that lead to additional videos and online content to guide you – you’ll feel like you’re right there with us! \u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cspan\u003eFollowing each planning prompt, The Aboriginal Early Childhood Planning Guide has space for you to ‘rest and reflect’ to map out your planning processes to share with your colleagues and across your organisation. 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Contact \u003ca href=\"mailto:%20info@aboriginalecc.com%20\"\u003einfo@aboriginalecc.com \u003c\/a\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e"}

The Aboriginal Early Childhood Planning Guide Online Course

Product Description

The Aboriginal Early Childhood Planning Guide Online Course is perfect for anyone looking to grow their knowledge and planning practice whilst connecting with other educators in a secure and safe environment. 

It is recommended that Online Course participants purchase a copy of our Aboriginal Early Childhood Planning Guide to use as part of this course.

As part of our online course you will have full access to our Planning Guide video resources, AND, as a special bonus, you will receive access to our Aboriginal Early Childhood Webinar Series - valued at over $220!

Webinar One – Respect Of and For Aboriginal People and Their Diverse Cultures

Respect Of and For Aboriginal People and Their Diverse Cultures focusses on the diversity of who Aboriginal people are and how they express and live their cultures. The webinar guides educators and teachers through practical and pedagogical ways to connect with and engage with Aboriginal people as an authentic part of planning, teaching and assessment.

Webinar Two – Being Culturally Responsive and Resourceful

Being Culturally Responsive and Resourceful focusses on the ways in which educators and teachers draw on local recourses to embed Aboriginal perspectives into everyday curriculum across learning outcomes. This webinar includes a guide to critical reflection in their selection of resources, as well as their resourcefulness in how they implement them into their curriculum.

Webinar Three – Children Thriving

Children Thriving focusses on guiding educators and teachers who have Aboriginal children in their classrooms. This webinar includes strategies to recognise the social issues that can impact Aboriginal children and their learning as well as helping break stereotypes about who Aboriginal are and what to expect from them in the classroom.

Webinar Four – Embedding Practices In and In-Between

Embedding Practices In and In-Between focusses on supporting educators and teachers to plan holistically to ensure that Aboriginal perspectives are included throughout the curriculum rather than an add on. Pedagogical practices that reflect the diversity of local, rural, urban, traditional and contemporary depictions of Aboriginal people are discussed in how, together, they enable children to understand and think critically about to move beyond Aboriginality as a topic, theme or interest.

Webinar Five – Working with Anti-Bias Approaches

Working with anti-bias approaches to embed Aboriginal perspectives focusses on the four anti-bias goals and how they can be put into planning and practice. The goals focus on the relationships between children’s identities, living in a world made by diversity and difference, recognising, and, articulating unfairness and standing up in the face of injustice. Planning for anti-bias approaches to embed Aboriginal perspectives, and putting them into practice, is illustrated, to show how these approaches are relevant to all curriculum areas.

About Our Aboriginal Early Childhood Planning Guide

The Aboriginal Early Childhood Planning Guide is a beautifully unique yearly planner for any children’s service or school. It offers an annual diary that includes all of your organising needs and desires including - year at a glance, month at a glance and week by week at a glance.

What makes this planning guide unlike any other, is a supportive step by step process of planning your year for your overall service or school by putting into place connection with, and integration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives and Anti-Bias approaches. Planning prompts include goal setting through your Reconciliation Action Plan, building a picture and purpose for planning with ‘Places and Spaces’ using Dr Red Ruby Scarlet’s renowned pedagogical framework, and collecting your planning through Jessica Staines’ uniquely designed ‘Curriculum Wall’. It also features a series of QR codes that lead to additional videos and online content to guide you – you’ll feel like you’re right there with us!

Following each planning prompt, The Aboriginal Early Childhood Planning Guide has space for you to ‘rest and reflect’ to map out your planning processes to share with your colleagues and across your organisation. Cuddled in Garry Purchase’s art ‘Emu in the Sky’ the full-colour visual experience will hold you through thinking together, thinking with Country, and planning a spectacularly productive and inclusive year ahead.

To purchase the Planning Guide separately click here.

 

How to access the course

Once you have completed your purchase, you will receive an order confirmation email, followed by a second email with a PDF attachment that includes a link to the Private Facebook Group where you can find all the course materials. Please note that you will need your order number (4 digits) to access the Facebook Group.

Got Questions? Contact info@aboriginalecc.com 

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