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As the pandemic continues, RECEs may be feeling the stress of various professional responsibilities during these challenging times. We know that many of you are assuming different roles, modifying practice and learning new ways of being and doing. Reflective practice is more important than ever. What is reflective practice? Reflective

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While the pandemic has changed many facets of practice, one thing is certain: our resources are here to support and strengthen your practice approach. Our latest offerings can help you: Understand how professional supervision of your team can be an opportunity to enhance your practice; Learn about the relationship between

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Identifying, confronting and disrupting racism is essential and complex; as a profession, we have work to do. This work can take many forms, including individual learning, building relationships and sharing experiences, developing curriculum, or advocating for change in sector. All of these activities can form part of RECEs’ CPL goals

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What is self-care? The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health defines self-care as doing things that help you relax, feel better and that you enjoy, especially during times of stress.  “Self-care can add meaning to your life while also supporting your health.” “Helpers need time to re-energize, refuel and indulge

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Collaboration and the learning community Collaborative relationships with children, families and colleagues (aka the learning community) positively influence pedagogy and curriculum. These relationships are most effective in enhancing children’s sense of well-being, belonging and security. When children feel a sense of security, they are able to focus on play that