#12 Talking politics with young children / Our favourite research
We're back with another packed episode! This week on the agenda:
- Should we talk politics with young children in early education centres, and if so - how?
- We each share one of our favourite bits of research with each other
- A quick chat about AGM season, and elections to boards and peak bodies
Links discussed this week:
Has the world gone mad? Schools bring in therapy dogs and Play — Doh for college kids traumatised by Donald Trump win
US Holocaust expert suspended from teaching after comparing Donald Trump to Hitler
Preschool race classes: Building Belonging program identifies prejudice
Court to have its say in stoush between Casula and pub baron Peter De Angelis
Our Favourite Research
Lisa's can be found here.
Liam's is right here. (There's also an article about it here)
Leanne: Infant–toddler educators’ language support practices during snack-time. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 41(4)
News of the Week
Leanne: Light Research Hasn't Slowed Pre-K Expansion (The Atlantic)
Lisa: Broken Homes: On the Frontlines of Australia's Child Protection Crisis (Four Corners)
Liam: Commissioner for Children and Young People in South Australia (and Children's commissioners and guardians information)
We'll be recording a "Q&A" episode in December, so if you have a question you want use to discuss, head right here!
Big thanks to "oztrovok" for their very, very kind rating and review on iTunes. We all really appreciate it!
The artwork for this podcast was provided by Canberra-based artist Annabel McNicholas.