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Developing respectful and responsive relationships with families, carers and colleagues is a core responsibility of educational leaders in Early Childhood and Education Care (ECEC) settings.
This Melbourne MicroCert offers early childhood leaders and aspirational leaders a deeper understanding of how to build and sustain collaborative practices.
Discover how collaborative partnerships support learning
Engage with contemporary theories, models, local data and practices to explore how collaborative partnerships can enable new understandings of effective teaching and create pathways that support child learning and development.
Understand how leaders can foster collaboration
Use research and policy documents to analyse the relationship between educational leadership and collaborative partnerships. Examine how collaborative partnerships are linked to assessment for learning, intentional teaching and planning, and how leaders can support these practices.
Gain strategies for collaborative approaches
Explore a range of collaborative approaches including the pedagogy of listening, co-facilitation of professional learning, coaching, yarning, reflective practice, and multidisciplinary case meetings.
Apply your knowledge to future planning
Assess the current family engagement practices at your own centre and map the early childhood services in your local area. Use your new knowledge to inform future collaborative approaches within this context.
Who you will learn from
Learn from skilled academic and professional experts who will share invaluable knowledge you can use in your job.
Associate Professor Jane Page OAM
Associate Professor; Senior Researcher, REEaCh Hub
Jane has 30 years' experience in early childhood as a teacher, director and in academia. She has worked on and led numerous projects with state and local governments and the Victorian Curriculum Assessment Authority (VCAA) such as the Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership's Leading Learning in Early Childhood Settings program; and projects concerning quality pedagogy and the impact of evidence-based interventions for vulnerable children in Victoria and the Northern Territory.
Dr Patricia Eadie
Associate Professor; Director, REEaCh Hub
Patricia has led multidisciplinary research projects in early childhood and early years settings. Her research has focused on communication and cognitive skills in young children, crossing the boundaries of education (early childhood and early years) and health (speech pathology). Her work has also encompassed best-practice models of professional learning, which support early childhood and early years teaches to increase intentional teaching and instructional support and maximise children’s lear
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To take Leading Learning through Partnerships as a stand-alone Melbourne MicroCert, you'll pay the normal course price.
$750.00 AUD (inc GST)
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