National report summary: Priorities for children's learning in ECEs: Good practice (November 2013)
This good practice report presents examples from five early childhood services where priorities for children's learning were well considered and reflected on. The five services were part of a national evaluation that ERO undertook in 2012 about curriculum priorities. They were subsequently chosen to feature in this good practice report. Their priorities were clear, reflected the context and philosophy of each service, and were strongly influenced by the principles and strands of Te Whariki. In addition, parents and whanau views influenced the priorities for their children's learning. The services include a Pacific early childhood service, a Maori immersion centre, a kindergarten, a Playcentre, and an education and care service. (author abstract)
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Priorities for children's learning in early childhood services: Good practice