SRF Program

  • fkaCS Cultural Inclusion Reflective Practice Toolkit

    VEYLDF Alignment

    ​Item uses these practice principles: Reflective practice.

    ​Item responds to these sub-outcomes: Not applicable


    ​The fkaCS Cultural Inclusion Reflective Practice Toolkit provides kindergarten services with resources that support reflection on culturally inclusive and responsive practices. 

    The Cultural Inclusion Reflective Practice Toolkit includes 20 provocation cards to support teachers to reflect-for-action and instigate changes in practice that builds on their capacity to deliver kindergarten programs that are culturally inclusive and responsive to the learning community participating in the kindergarten context. The provocation cards included in the toolkit can be used as a group reflection tool in staff meetings or individually as part of educators’ ongoing critically reflective practice.

    A 1.5-hour facilitated learning session, using a train-the-trainer module, is provided to demonstrate how to use the provocation cards and toolkit effectively. The session can be delivered face-to-face or online.

    Detailed Costs

    ​Provocation Card Pack and Facilitated Learning Session (1.5 hours): $650 (including GST). Please note that the fkaCS does not charge for travel, resources are included in the cost.

    Implementation Considerations

    ​Target population: educators.

    Program/practice descriptions and details: The toolkit includes a 1.5-hour fkaCS facilitated learning session and a provocation card pack with 20 cards.

    Program adaptability: the fkaCS facilitated learning session can be conducted either online or face-to-face.

    Staffing: services should consider the cost of backfill when determining the cost of accessing this resource. The initial time commitment for the facilitated learning session alone is 1.5 hours.

    Australian experience: fkaCS has the capacity to deliver state-wide.

    Priority Area

    Access and inclusion

    Strength of Evidence

    ​Level 5 - Foundational research evidence