Cognitive development, Early childhood education, Self efficacy, Preschool children, Problem solving, Student assessment, Student engagement
The first section of this Learning Practice Guide reminds early childhood professionals of the theory and pedagogy that underpins day-to-day practice, and helps them find ways to recognise children’s confidence and involvement in learning as a key component of their professional practice. The second section describes eight scenarios to prompt professional reflection, and illustrate ways in which early childhood professionals can improve their practice in relation to the VEYLDF Learning and Development Outcome: Children are confident and involved learners.
Jackson, J., Noble, K., Iorio, J., Cloney, D., & Mitchell, P. (2019). Learning Practice Guide. Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority. https://research.acer.edu.au/early_childhood_misc/13
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Early Childhood Education Commons, Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons
Available for download from the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority's Early Years resources page