12 SepFuel your learning: discover our free videos

Posted on 12 Sep 2023

As the final week of term is coming to an end, we would like to remind you of a selection of self-paced videos available on ELAA’s dedicated professional development online hub – Learning Brought to Life. By taking advantage of these resources, we hope you will return for Term 4 feeling revitalised and brimming with innovative ideas to make the most of the last stretch of the year.

Here is an overview of the video offerings accessible for free on ELAA’s Learning Brought to Life platform:

Developing and Sustaining High Performance Teams

This module introduces learners to the theories that pinpoint the essential elements and stages teams must undergo to attain the status of a high-performing team. Presented by Sharron Kelly-Campbell.

Employee Management in a Crisis

This course equips you with the knowledge to support and maintain employee engagement during crisis situations. The speaker, Kathy Townley, Partner and Principal Consultant at ideas2outcomes, will guide you through the steps.

Building Leadership Awareness

Before embarking on the journey to become a proficient leader, it’s crucial to gain a clear understanding of how others perceive us. This course is presented by Sharron Kelly-Campbell.

Developing and Sustaining High Performance Teams

This module, presented by Sharron Kelly-Campbell, delves into the theory of identifying essential elements and the stages teams undergo to reach high-performance standards.

Making Meaningful Music with our Early Learners

Anne Belcher introduces “The Five Branches Framework for Music in the Early Years” in this course. She also shares ideas for cost-effective props and instruments that can be seamlessly integrated into any Early Childhood Education and Care program.

Working with Families and Children in a Digital World

This course offers educators insights into how families and children are adapting to and utilising digital technology in their homes due to COVID-19-related lockdowns and restrictions. Daniel Donahoo presents his research findings and introduces “Playing IT Safe,” a valuable early childhood resource to facilitate safe online experiences and age-appropriate digital literacy.

Think Equal

The Think Equal initiative seeks to advance best practices in quality education, inclusion, and equality in early childhood development. In this course, you will gain a deeper understanding of the Think Equal Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) program implemented in Australia.

These videos are excellent resources to enhance your knowledge and skills, ensuring you approach the final term of the year with renewed vigor and fresh ideas.

To access the self-paced videos on Learning Brought to Life please CLICK HERE.

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