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Connection Vs Attention

Can attention seeking be connection seeking? What is the difference between attention and connection? How to deal with attention seeking behaviour? All those questions are very common in our community…

Exploring Art and Tech: Fun Ways to Boost Creativity in Kids

Technology can add new dimensions to creative arts play that make it even more exciting. So, let’s explore how we can mix these two things to spark endless creativity for kids.

NQS 1 - Educational Program and Practice

How to Avoid Saying “Be Careful” and Encourage Problem-Solving Instead

Children often ignore when we say the same thing again and again. “Be careful” is one of those phrases. We say it here and there. At the same time, we…

NQS 1 - Educational Program and Practice

How to Help Children Regulate Their Emotions

Ability to regulate emotions is the biggest challenge for children. At the same time, the ability to regulate emotions underprints EYLF outcome for children to have a strong sense of…

National Quality Standard

Interactions with Children Policy

Interactions with Children Policy

Is Sharing Really Caring?

How should we teach sharing to children? Explore some practical strategies in this article written for the EduTribe community by our talented contributor, Kate Visser. Is sharing really caring? by…

Mandatory Reporting – Video

NQS 1 - Educational Program and Practice

Meeting the Needs of Every Learner: Strategies for Supporting Students with Diverse Abilities

Inclusive environments recognise the diverse ages, interests, preferences, abilities, and learning styles of all children. They can play a crucial role in promoting children’s learning, development, and engagement. Creating inclusive…

Positive Behaviour Support for Early Childhood Professionals

Positive Behaviour Support – Podcasts for Early Childhood Professionals with Emer Donohoe (Regional Coordinator for Inclusion Support) and Sarah Woods (Regional Manager for Inclusion Support) We asked Sarah and Emer,…

National Quality Standard

Positive Behaviour Support Policy

Positive Behaviour Support Policy

Protective Behaviours – Video

Skill Building: Being Present

Being present is also know as being mindful. When you are present you are focused on what you are doing. This can reduce stress, improve focus and memory, and improve health generally.

Strategies to Manage Aggressive Behaviour in Your Class

Surprisingly, aggressive behaviours can be common when children come together in group settings and don’t yet know how to solve problems. What is aggressive behaviour? Hitting, kicking, slapping, scratching, throwing…

Talking about Sun Safety with Children

You can find more information about sun safety at the Cancer Council. Link:  

What Works Better Than Forcing a Child to Say Sorry

In the complex journey of being an educator, guiding children toward genuine empathy and understanding is one of the most significant challenges educators face. One common scenario where this challenge…