How fatherhood is changing for the better

Traditionally, fathers were breadwinners and disciplinarians. Fathers taught their sons how to play football and encouraged their children to “buy a block of land”. I’ve been researching fatherhood for 25 years and, in the past, the traditional role of the father was manifest. But this is changing substantially. Today’s fathers are far more eager to […]

The road to understanding

Early childhood educators work tirelessly to ensure they are compliant with regulations and standards that are currently in place to support the delivery of high quality early childhood education and care. In the pursuit of meeting―or indeed exceeding―these requirements; it is easy to become entangled in documentation and miss the bigger picture. In early childhood […]

NAPLAN underscores the importance of early learning

Last week the National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) 2015 results were released by the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA). ACARA said “While the results show some improvements nationally and in each state and territory (for some year levels and some domains), the overall message is one of stable national achievement.” […]

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