Reflections on Practice – Dramatic Play and The Ever Present Home Corner

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We are delighted to introduce the 6th workbook in our Reflections on Practice Series – Dramatic Play and The Ever Present Home Corner. 

Why is it so important to reflect on practice?

Reflective practice enables us to open our eyes to other possibilities, to view what we do in different ways. “Reflective practice is a form of ongoing learning that involves engaging with questions of philosophy, ethics and practice. Its intention is to gather information and gain insights that support, inform and enrich decision making about children’s learning” –, Belonging, Being and Becoming: The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia

How to use this resource:

This resource is designed for early childhood educators of all qualification and experience levels. It is divided into four clear sections:
1.Stories and Understandings
2.Delving Deeper
3.Reflecting on Practice
4.Dreaming, Planning and Taking Action

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We are delighted to introduce the 6th workbook in our Reflections on Practice Series – Dramatic Play and The Ever Present Home Corner. 

Why is it so important to reflect on practice?

Reflective practice enables us to open our eyes to other possibilities, to view what we do in different ways. “Reflective practice is a form of ongoing learning that involves engaging with questions of philosophy, ethics and practice. Its intention is to gather information and gain insights that support, inform and enrich decision making about children’s learning” –, Belonging, Being and Becoming: The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia

How to use this resource:


This resource is designed for early childhood educators of all qualification and experience levels. It is divided into four clear sections:
1.Stories and Understandings
2.Delving Deeper
3.Reflecting on Practice
4.Dreaming, Planning and Taking Action

Why this topic?

Dramatic play forms a large part of how children make sense of their world. It can be a social, emotional, physical and cognitive experience and it doesn’t need to just take place in a “home corner” or dramatic play space. The way in which we provide environments, resources and opportunities and our attitudes and involvement, can have a huge impact on children’s dramatic play.

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