World Teacher’s day is celebrated in Australia on the last Friday in October.Teachers have played a part in everyone’s lives and they work together and with families to provide the best possible outcome for children and young people.
Lately we’ve been thinking lots about networking; why it is so important and all the different ways it can happen. And we've identified the one essential consideration to make networking a success ... Find out what it is!
National Mental Health Week and Children’s Week both fall in October and they are especially significant to KidsMatter Early Childhood―because they privilege children, mental health and all we do to support them.
On Thursday 6 September, 2018, presenters Sara Richardson and Natasha Marston explored the importance of relationships and adult expectations and how better self-regulation skills in early childhood lead to better social skills and better mental health throughout life.
On Friday 24 August, 2018, KidsMatter Consultants Kerry Bidwell and Alicia Marshall joined us for a webinar exploring the benefits and ways of play for all areas of development, creativity and imagination.
Videoconferencing and implementation support now go hand in hand. This video guide will help you accessing a videoconference, setting up your camera, sound, positioning, and a few tips (with audio and pictures) to make the process of getting and staying connected with KidsMatter easy.
On Wednesday 8 August, 2018, KidsMatter presenters Debbie Yates and Kathryn Wallis joined us for a webinar exploring strategies to build collaborative partnerships, increase family engagement with services and consider how to overcome obstacles along the way.