With summer fast approaching it’s recommended that all early childhood education and care services have a sun smart program. Here’s why. In Australia, we need a healthy approach to UV exposure As parents, and carers of very young children, we all should be aware of...
There was recently some changes to the National Quality Framework. Once you unravel the official language announcing these changes, you’ll find some very good decision-making. Find out how they affect you here.
Properly captured and presented, Childcare Learning Stories can be immensely efficient at opening dialogue between child, centre, the child’s educators and family home.
Something that can simplify the way you record, reflect and report on early childhood learning outcomes can do much more than save time, but often that’s the first thing users like about a Childcare Digital Platform.
Child Care Assessment and Rating is a national process whose objective is to maintain a set standard of care for Australian families and children in the early learning phase of their growth and development.
One of the most impressive features of the current wave of technology-assisted applications changing the way childcare is delivered and managed, is the time it gives back to educators and administrators.
With no shortage of child care apps available to explore, we examined a few specialist apps to identify the essence of child care apps that are popular with educators and early learning services. The best child care apps are still the ones that continue to simplify tasks for educators.
It is vital to the growth and development of early learning in Australia and the health and sustainability of Australia’s child care industry. So what currently are the best tips for centre managers and educators when programming for best practice child care?
A good kindergarten software package like Kindyhub™ will do a lot more than save time, but it does give educators more time to spend teaching, observing and reflecting. Even better, it will spread those savings out across the day.
The knowledge and implementation of all or some parts of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) is widespread amongst early childhood educators in Australia (and indirectly its children and their families). In its simplest form of expression, the EYLF is a set of guidelines that help educators think more deeply about their work, motivating them to explore new ideas and approaches.
It’s not just children who benefit when families are more engaged with their development and growth. Childcare centres that engage families with what they do build better relationships. Educators, who spend so much time with their children, get to share with families what they see happening in the classroom on a daily basis.
Video, Charts, Dashboard and the new Reporting features are creating a lot of hype from educators. Come check out what the latest features have to offer!
Quick, easy and safe – Kindyhub’s Daycare Software frees educators from paperwork and gives parents a porthole into their children’s world away from home. The Australian owned and operated web-based system simplifies and streamlines documentation and enhances communication with parents.
While early childhood educators understand the value of documenting learning journeys, their primary focus is on spending time with the children. Finding the balance between creating detailed records and interacting with the children is an ongoing challenge. Kindyhub, the Australian early childhood documentation software, offers a streamlined approach to creating and sharing Learning Stories that frees up valuable resources.
Children who play and learn in a positively based environment are less likely to display inappropriate behaviour. Implementing guidance strategies can also assist children, some of whom may struggle with behaviour management, to learn appropriate skills and better manage their own behaviour.
Being able to report on educational outcomes with reference to the EYLF is essential for educators within childcare centres. Educators need to clearly demonstrate that children are meeting the expectations stated within the framework, through the successful implementation of centre curriculums and programmes.
Staff morale is particularly important at early learning centres, not only for the well-being of the staff members, but also for the kids.
The new year is fast approaching and 2017 will certainly bring more bang for your buck to customers with these new features on the way!