By Lucie Maucher When you’re planning to move overseas with children, one of the questions you’ll surely have is “How long will it take the children to learn the language?” Although my son Simon was born in Sydney, we moved to Switzerland just before his first birthday. While we were in Switzerland, Simon had hardly… Continue reading Simon’s Journey to Bilingualism
In May 2017, Kerri Smith (Centre Director at FROEBEL Fitzroy North) and I (Ivonne Yuliana, Centre Director at FROEBEL Alexandria) were given the opportunity to go to Berlin to gain a more in-depth understanding of FROEBEL as an organisation. After a comprehensive introduction day 1 at the FROEBEL Head Office at Berlin Alexanderplatz, we had… Continue reading Study Tour to Germany – A FROEBEL Scholarship for two of our Centre Directors in Australia
For the past year, since beginning in my role for FROEBEL Australia, I have been reflecting on what this question means to me. What does it mean for educators working in an Australian context in 2016? When I tell people that I work for ‘FROEBEL’ those with no knowledge of early childhood education ask me… Continue reading What does it mean to work with the philosophy of Friedrich Froebel?
Last week, the Early Childhood Australia National Conference was held in Darwin. The overriding theme of the conference was: “This is Childhood – Pedagogy and Practice in the Early Years”. From this theme there were four underlying themes and these were: Inspire, Imagine, Create and Discover. The ECA conference brings the Australian early childhood… Continue reading ‘Learnings’ from the ‘Top End’ – Bringing Back Inspiration from the ECA Conference in Darwin.
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