How do the QKLG and EYLF support quality learning and teaching? Train-the-trainer workshop: Session 2, Conversation 1. Intentional conversation 1. The purpose of this intentional conversation is to: explore what the QKLG and EYLF principles might look like in practice
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How do the QKLG and EYLF support quality learning and teaching?Train-the-trainer workshop: Session 2, Conversation 1
Intentional conversation 1 • The purpose of this intentional conversation is to: • explore what the QKLG and EYLF principles might look like in practice • examine how the principles contribute to quality learning experiences • engage in sharing ideas about how the principles and practices could be used to enhance the quality of children’s learning • extend understandings of the alignment between the QKLG and EYLF.
Key messages of intentional conversation 1 • The key messages to share are: • It is important to have a consistent set of principles to guide practice. • Principle-based practices result in quality learning experiences. • The QKLG and the EYLF have the same intent in their principles and practices.
Conversation process • Select a principle from the second page of theresource Key messages: A vision for the early years. Think of a story that illustrates that principle in practice. • Take turns to tell your story to the group. • In your group, discuss how these principles contributed to quality learning experiences. What made them quality learning experiences? • Share your ideas with the whole group. • How could you use the list ofprinciples and practices to enhancethe quality of learning in your centre?
Aligned practices Embracing diverse children, families and communities Working in partnerships Responding to children’s ideas and interests Creating engaging learning environments Learning through play Responsive, intentional teaching practices
For more information • Visit the QKLG professional development material on the QSA website: <www.qsa.qld.edu.au>.