Item uses these practice principles: Partnerships with families, High expectations for every child, Respectful relationships and responsive
engagement, Equity and diversity, Integrated teaching and learning
Item responds to these sub-outcomes: Children interact verbally and non-verbally with others for a range of purposes, Children engage with
a range of texts and get meaning from these texts.
The Inclusive Literacy Practice professional learning workshop covers the latest neuroscience on the developing brain and offers practical strategies for increasing literacy-rich daily practices to enhance the language and
literacy skills of very young children. It emphasises the importance of
building strong relationships with families, and of collaborating with other
community services to ensure the best support and engagement. This
is particularly important for culturally diverse families, and those with
$300/person (excl. GST)
Additional travel and accommodation costs apply for rural and remote services.
Contact the provider for details.
Target population: educators.
Program/practice descriptions and detail: workshops are delivered face-to-face. Reflective practice is incorporated into the workshops. Through
the workshop, educators are provided with new knowledge and a range of
resources, checklists, tip sheets, activities, and play-based ideas allowing
them to immediately incorporate practical strategies into daily routines.
Current best implementation knowledge: when teams of educators attend a workshop together, and use the range of resources, tools and supports,
they are able to work more effectively on intentional daily literacy practices
as a team around the child.
Strength of Evidence
Level 6 – Supported by expert