All posts by Lizzie Maughan

Lizzie Maughan is a PhD candidate at Flinders University, researching gender diversity and early years education. They are a member of the Australian Association for Researchers in Education (AARE) and co-convene the Gender, Sexuality and Cultural Studies special interest group. They also volunteer at ShineSA and work as a consultant at Lizzie writes short practical posts for early years practitioners at Singular They. Twitter: @lizziemaughan

Body, gender, and sexuality diversity in early years education

At the 2022 Early Childhood Australia National Conference, there was a noticeable interest in body, gender and sexuality diversity (BGSD). BGSD interests are relevant to all early childhood education and care settings. Identity, including body, gender and sexuality, features prominently in Belonging, Being & Becoming: The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia (EYLF), and Canadian […]

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