Early Childhood
Education and Care News
May 7, 2019
Welcome, this week new resources to boost inclusiveness in early learning services, and the amazing Carlene Cox-Newton, from Carlene's Cubbyhouse.
New Resource
for boosting inclusion in early childhood services
As an early childhood educator or provider, on top of all your other daily activities and responsibilities, it can be hard to ensure you're being inclusive to all children in your care. Luckily, a series of online videos has just been released to help educators gain more confidence in this area.

Produced by the Victorian Inclusion Agency, and led by the Community Child Care Association in partnership with Yooralla and KU Children's Services, there are nine videos in total, covering different topics with reflective questions at the end of each one. The aim is to help early childhood educators increase their knowledge of inclusion and provide them with tips on how to go about it in their service.
Carlene Cox-Newton
Educator in the spotlight
Every month we profile an outstanding early childhood educator to showcase the extraordinary commitment and energy of Australia's early childhood workforce. This month we are proud to introduce Carlene Cox-Newton, from Carlene's Cubbyhouse, a family day care service in Queensland.
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