Early Years Learning Framework - Early Learning Specific

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There are strong links between the principles, practices and outcomes of the Early Years Learning Framework and reconciliation. Educators should seek out opportunities to link their vision and plans for reconciliation to their daily planning and practice around the Early Years Learning Framework. Establishing a strong relationship between the two will ensure reconciliation is meaningfully embedded in everyday learning environments.

The Australian and state and territory governments developed the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) with input from:

  • the early childhood sector 
  • early childhood academics. 

The EYLF is important for children’s education in early learning services. Its principles, practices and learning outcomes guide teachers and educators in their work. It ensures a minimum standard of quality across early learning environments.

Teaching about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ways of knowing and being is an important part of the EYLF. Appreciating and embedding diverse teaching practices into your service impacts your early learners’ hearts, minds and actions.

In turn, teaching this content contributes to meeting the EYLF’s learning outcomes:

  1. Children have a strong sense of identity.
  2. Children are connected with and contribute to their world.
  3. Children have a strong sense of wellbeing.
  4. Children are confident and involved learners.
  5. Children are effective communicators.

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