Education & Learning

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents.

There's nothing quite so amazing as watching little minds learn. As a parent or carer it can be confusing where you should even start!

From preschool to big school, early education and educators, Kinderling Conversation regularly explores latest news and issues with informed educators and expert recommendations.

Keep up to date with the latest research and studies as well as simple and straight forward tactics to ensure your child has the best foundation for learning as they grow.

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Catch up on the latest Education & Learning segments

How to incorporate STEM into kids' play

Science, technology, engineering and maths are all the rage now, but when can you start introducing them as part of your child's education? Jonathan Shearer, STEM educator for Museums…
14 mins

How we talk to kids can help to stop domestic violence

Dale Palmer is a former principal and Lead Facilitator and Engagement Manager for White Ribbon. He says the language we use with children, such as “don’t throw like a girl”…
11 mins

Why even young children need to be taught media literacy

Children are interacting with popular culture and online media from a very young age. Professor Susan Edwards is a Professor of Early Childhood Futures at the Australian Catholic University. She argues…
16 mins

A cheeky and clever book to encourage your kids off the iPad

Kids these days can know how to swipe an iPhone before they turn the pages of a book Now author Felicity McLean has created a solution, This is a book! 
7 mins

Playground Ideas: explore the wonder and simplicity of play

"Play is a child's most important work", as the saying goes Marcus Veerman, CEO of non-profit Playground Ideas believes this quote whole heartedly, and spends his time making it…
19 mins

How we’re holding our young girls back at school

There’s been a big push to get girls into the Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths subjects at school - but many still don’t choose them, often because of what we…
17 mins