How can we stay connected to children and families during isolation?
Mar 31st, 2020 by earlyedushow
The COVID-19 situation remains the biggest issue facing Australia’s early education sector. Although the Government is saying that early education services should remain open to support the economy, children are leaving services in droves. It seems likely that at some point services will be directed to close. What does this mean for young children and their learning? What does “remote learning” look like in the early years? How can we stay connected to children and families during a period of isolation?
To help us discuss these questions, we’re joined by Jo Grimmond and Martha Johnson from the University of Wollongong’s Early Start team.
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