ECE Hero Jan Taouma describes her role in establishing A’oga Fa’a Samoa and what keeps her motivated more than 40 yars later.
Lego Braille Bricks offer children with vision impairment an opportunity to develop fine motor skills and learn the braille system.
The unique needs of neurodiverse children and the important role of early educators in supporting their learning and development.
Embrace the diversity at Christmas within the community of children and families in your service.
Families have changed shape and celebrating the diversity of structures boosts inclusivesness.
Meet Timaru's early childhood centre, He Manu Hou, which only opened it's doors a year ago but already it has a half-year long waiting list.
Female protagonists remain largely invisible in Australian picture books for young children, so here are 10 amazing books to redress the balance.
Educational activities and fun ideas for celebrating Matariki with the children in your service.
According to Child Forum, only 1.8 per cent of all early childhood education and care workers in New Zealand are male. Why is this figure still so low?
Languages link us to individual identity, traditional culture and memory, learn how to celebrate diverse languages in your service.
Recent changes in government policy may result in increased demand for bilingual teachers - particularly those who can speak Te Reo Maori or Pasifika languages.