Belonging, Being & Becoming – The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia The “Early Years Learning Framework” is now available as a Word document. Belonging, Being and Becoming – The Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) describes the principles, practices and outcomes that support. Belonging, Being & Becoming – The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia – Bookmark.
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Belonging, Being and Becoming: The Early Years Learning Framework
It also describes the early childhood pedagogy principles and practice and the outcomes that provide goals for young children’s learning. Educators Belonging, Being and Becoming: EYLF The EYLF has a specific emphasis on play-based learning and recognises the importance of communication and beeing including early literacy and numeracy and social and emotional development as priorities for young children’s learning.
The Convention states that all children have the right to an education that lays a foundation for the rest of their lives, maximises their ability, and respects their family, cultural and other identities and languages. The EYLF draws on conclusive international evidence that early childhood is a vital period in children’s learning beong development.
Belonging, Being and Becoming – The Department of Education Tasmania
All three elements are fundamental to early childhood pedagogy and program decision-making. The Framework forms the foundation for ensuring that children in all early childhood education and care settings throughout Australia experience quality teaching and learning.
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It guides educators to develop quality programs for young children. Principles Secure, respectful and reciprocal relationships Partnerships High expectations and equity Respect for diversity Ongoing learning and reflective practice Practice Holistic approaches Responsiveness to children Learning through play Intentional teaching Learning environments Cultural competence Continuity of learning and transitions Assessment for learning Learning outcomes Children have a strong sense of identity Children are connected with and contribute to their world Children have a strong sense of wellbeing Children are confident and involved learners Children are effective communicators Adapted from Belonging, Being and Becoming: The EYLF has a specific emphasis on play-based learning and recognises the importance of communication and language including early literacy and numeracy and social and emotional development as priorities for young children’s learning.
The EYLF puts children’s learning at the core and comprises three interrelated elements: Belonging, Being and Becoming: Purpose The aim of the EYLF is to extend and enrich children’s learning from birth to five years and through the transition to school.
Educators’ guide to the EYLF: Home Approved learning frameworks Belonging, Being and Becoming: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander focus. It has been designed for early childhood educators, working in partnership with families — children’s first and most influential educators.
The Convention also recognises children’s right to play and be active participants in all matters affecting their lives [ Supported by the Australian Government.
The aim of the EYLF is to extend and enrich children’s learning from birth to five years and through the transition to school.
It assists educators to provide young children with opportunities to maximise their learning potential and to establish the fundamental basis for future success in learning.