This graphic represents the forward momentum that can be achieved through reflective practice. It is a cycle but one that is always making progress rather than just spinning around and around. Reflecting can metaphorically get your wheels to stop spinning in the mud and get that truck moving again! A particularly New Brunswick metaphor for all of those educators who love going muddin' :)
Newsletter #63 This e-Newsletter is a supporting document for the Talking about practice video, titled 'Recognising and supporting babies’ and toddlers’ belonging, being and becoming'. Applying the concepts of the #NQS to programs for babies and toddlers requires educators to observe closely, reflect critically and form close relationships with the children in their care.
NQS PLP e-Newsletter No.58 - Adventurous play was once taken for granted: children would race out their front doors and spend afternoons and weekends exploring and roaming, without parents or adults watching over them for large parts of the day. www.earlychildhoo...