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How do you know if early childhood education is the right place for you?

We all have bad days. We all have days where the idea of getting up and going to work is enough to put us in a bad mood. But these days should be the exception to the rule. 

I am so fortunate to do the work that I do now, and something that I love is visiting services and observing practice....

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4 Ways to "Hang on" to your philosophy during the festive season

This is a repost from a post I wrote six years ago... but the sentiment is still very relevant

Well, it is December. The Christmas season is well and truly underway and social media is filled with photos of very clever Christmas craft, decorated rooms and ideas for embracing the festive...

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Does wearing a uniform equate to being a professional?

professionalism Jun 05, 2020

When I was a new educator, over seventeen years ago, I was given my first uniform shirt. It was pale blue and button-up, with a logo on one side of the chest. To be honest, it looked like the shirts the boys had worn at my primary school. It was uncomfortable too. The buttons gaped and the shirt...

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Knowing VS Growing: How Vulnerability can Evolve our Practice as Educators

pedagogy professionalism Apr 22, 2020

Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know betterdo better.” —Maya Angelou

Have you ever found yourself in an early childhood Facebook group? Perhaps you have a group that you love, one where those involved are inspiring, reflective...

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