Early Childhood
Education and Care News
April 9, 2019
Welcome, this week the anti-bias approach to early childhood education, and the importance of maintaining a mentally healthy early childhood workforce to ensure the wellbeing of young Australians.
The anti-bias approach in early childhood education
Anti-bias education is an approach to teaching designed to increase understanding of differences and their value to a respectful and civil society, and to actively challenge bias, stereotyping and all forms of discrimination.

In early childhood settings this means the development of an inclusive play-based learning curriculum that reflects and celebrates diverse experiences and perspectives and teaching practices that advance the learning of all children in a respectful and inclusive fashion.
Promoting Good Mental Health in the Early Childhood Workforce
As a modern society we've never been richer, but when it comes to our health, we've never been sicker. Mental illness is one of the biggest culprits, with almost half of all Australians (45 per cent) now set to experience mental health problems in their lifetime.

Early childhood educators are responsible for nurturing and educating the next generation, so it's extremely important that their mental health is the best it can possibly be. They’re also in a strong position to identify and support mental health issues in young children under their care. But what are the best ways to go about doing both? Here's what you need to know.
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