The F-Word: Follow-up - Sticks & Stones Education

The F-Word: Follow-up

The f-word that leaves a dirty taste in my mouth: follow-up. Who came up with this concept anyway? And why has it become such a perceived requirement of the planning cycle? It’s our role to support children’s learning and development, but that support doesn't necessarily need to be in the form of a planned activity or experience, follow-up or otherwise. This is what many educators do, or are told they have to do! 

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Theorists and Thought Leaders for Early Childhood Educators - Sticks & Stones Education

Theorists and Thought Leaders for Early Childhood Educators

When I sat down to write about early childhood theorists and theories, I didn't anticipate a list of over 80 names, pedagogies and influential people ... Some people I have never heard of, which of course led me to research them more. And what should I do with all this deep dive rabbit hole research? Write about it of course! So here's a list of almost 100 theorists and thought leaders in education.

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Practices of The EYLF 2.0 - Sticks & Stones Education

Practices of The EYLF 2.0

The Principles of early childhood pedagogy underpin practice. Educators draw on a rich repertoire of pedagogical practices to inform curriculum for children’s learning, development and wellbeing ...

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The Principles of The EYLF 2.0 - Sticks & Stones Education

The Principles of The EYLF 2.0

The Principles of The EYLF 2.0, were updated in 2022. The following 8 Principles reflect contemporary theories, perspectives and research evidence ...

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The New and Improved EYLF 2.0 + MTOP 2.0 - Sticks & Stones Education

The New and Improved EYLF 2.0 + MTOP 2.0

This is the beginning of a series of blogs introducing the EYLF, the changes made and some of the additional supports you may like to access to support your engagement with the new frameworks. 

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