• GAP – Year in Review 2016

    Catherine Fritz-Kalish     |      December 11, 2016

    The end of the year is a time to reflect and gives us an opportunity to share with you how the GAP process has delivered to its members and to society as a whole.

  • Early intervention works

    John Cherry     |      November 25, 2016

    We know from research worldwide that the first five years of a child have a very long term impact. John Cherry from Goodstart Early Learning explains why governments at all levels need to work harder at removing the barriers to participation in early learning.

  • Three pillars of building a culture of innovation

    Sebastien Eckersley-Maslin     |      November 23, 2016

    At the recent GAP Summit Sebastien Eckersley-Maslin, Founder and CEO of BlueChilli, explained how a bold national vision could inspire the young astronauts and entrepreneurs of the future.

  • What is education for?

    Karen Szydlik     |      November 14, 2016

    Can we in Australia do more for our youngest? Karen Szydlik introduces an educational project that considers young children as citizens with rights in the present and schools as places for democratic life.

  • Little Scientists: Igniting curious minds

    Heike Schneider     |      November 9, 2016

    Information overload, virtual reality and other rapid global changes influence our children’s learning and development. Heike Schneider from Little Scientists explains why inquiry-based STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) in the Early Childhood Education Sector is so important.