Using the Three Themes of excellence to validate current practices, and drive continuous improvement

Presented by Philip Butler


ACECQA ‘exceeding themes’ bring focus to three overarching areas of practice. These are reflective and critical reflective processes, developing partnerships with families and embedding quality practices. This webinar will unpack what each of these three themes of excellence looks like in practice, and how, as leaders, teams, and individuals, we use the three themes as a source for self-assessment and continuous improvement. Prioritising is something everyone could use help with occasionally, and that’s what the three themes give us…priorities. By focussing on these three themes as a priority you can develop clear strategies and plans to implement transformative change. We will also discuss how focussing on the three themes teams build and develop accountability, consistency, communication styles, and many other areas of professional practice. 

Learning goals:

  • understand and discuss the three themes in relation to continuous improvement
  • a deeper awareness of the link between the three themes and the self-assessment processes
  • clarity around team involvement accountability in relation to the three themes. 

Completing Utilising the ‘exceeding themes’ to develop visions of excellence, build cultures of continuous improvement, and deepen parent partnerships may contribute one-hour of PD that aligns with the NESA (NSW) criteria for Elective PD and addresses:

The Australian Professional Standards for Teachers: APST 7: Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/carers and the community

The Early Years Learning Framework Learning Outcomes: Cultural competence – valuing the cultural and social context of children and their families

The National Quality Standard: QA 6: Collaborative partnerships with families and communities

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