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  • Sir Ken Robinson Keynote Video at the NYSCATE Conference

    In this video, Sir Ken Robinson, talks about creativity, innovation, the power of imagination and the re-creation of education. If you haven't heard Sir Ken talk, he is always worth the watch.  He presents with humour while delivering an informative message that makes you think .

    tag_names:subjects: leadership, pedagogy

  • Stephen Capper on Effective Leadership

    In this short video Stephen Capper gives his thoughts on what makes effective leaders in educational contexts. Although he is referring to schools, his ideas are just as relevant to early childhood contexts.

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  • Families and ICT

    In this series, from the Ministry of Education Educate site, ICT and how it can strengthen communication with famiies is considered.  Videos, literature and reflective questions are included.

    tag_names:subjects: leadership, pedagogy

  • Leadership Qualities

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  • Simon Sinek: Why good leaders make you feel safe

    This TEDtalk considers what makes a great leader? Management theorist Simon Sinek suggests, it’s someone who makes their employees feel secure, who draws staffers into a circle of trust. But creating trust and safety — especially in an uneven economy — means taking on big respon...

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  • Remaining a Learner: A matter of mindset

    Bosse Larsson, at the 16th International Conference of Thinking, Wellington, January 2013, talks about mindsets and how to help our children learn.  In this short video, Bosse shares thinking about growth mindsets, creativity, questioning and providing feedback to children. Bosse refers to ...

    tag_names:subjects: environment, leadership

  • The power of documentation by Hilary Seitz

    This NAEYC article by Hilary Seitz looks at documentation in early childhood including how, why and where to document noting "Often the documentation provides insights into children's thinking and helps drive the future curriculum" (p. 92) Read the article here:  The Power of documentation ...

    tag_names:subjects: leadership, pedagogy

  • Narratives for learning: Sharing giftedness through learning stories

    This article is a position paper where Margrain (2009) outlines the "nature of learning stories as a narrative assessment approach, and to consider how the strengths of this approach may be useful for young gifted learners in New Zealand" (p. 1).

    tag_names:subjects: leadership, pedagogy

  • Portfolios: Documenting a Journey by Nolan and Reynolds

    As part of the Early Childhood Australia Inc Series, Noland and Reynolds outline the purpose of a portfolio as a learning tool.

    tag_names:subjects: leadership, pedagogy

  • Intentional Teaching

    This article from the Early Childhood Australia network outlines what it means to be an Intentional Teacher.  It talks about teaching that is 'thoughtful, informed and deliberate'. Intentional Teaching.pdf

    tag_names:subjects: leadership, pedagogy