This is the eBook version of issue 73 Spring 2023
The Space has published feature articles and interviews with well-respected international early childhood experts as well as reviews, stories, ideas, recipes, child friendly jokes, projects and photographs from teachers here in Aotearoa/New Zealand and around the world.
All Childspace Institute conferences and professional development seminars are advertised in The Space so subscribers to the magazine always know about excellent professional development coming up in their area.
This issue features…
Why (and how) we all need to calm down for the sake of our children By Maggie Dent
Interview with Maggie Dent
Village Leadership: A Pasifika lens on leadership By Tufuga Tasi Malu
There is a pair of underwear hanging on our fence: The value and benefits of mischief By Marc Battle
Self-regulation and the transformation of aggression By Dr. Stuart Shanker
Talking about rainbow families in ECE settings By Kath Cooper
Barriers, boundaries, and safety nets By Fay Clarke
Curriculum planning By Ali Porteous
Recycled resources By Shuchita Jain
Gender-balanced Teaching Teams – Strength through diversity By EC-Menz National Committee
Early Years Children – Practical Tips for Parents for Best Learning Outcomes By Teresa W. S. Ong,PhD
Our path from routines to rituals By Sue Castle
Fellowship launched by Prof. Carmen Dalli, Acting Dean of Education
Child’s best friend By Paulina Jagus
Bread making By Becca Bown
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