OUTCOME 2: Children are connected with and contribute to their world

EYLF-Outcome-2a

2.2  Children respond to diversity with respect

  • Begins to show concern for others
  • Demonstrates positive attitudes towards differences, including differences of culture, ethnicity, history, class, traditions, gender, abilities or lifestyle
  • Is developing an understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ways of knowing and being
  • Listen to others ideas and respect different ways of being and doing
  • Notice and respond in positive ways to connections, similarities and differences between people.
  • Is beginning to demonstrate inclusiveness, e.g. attempts to include a range of people in play and interactions
  • Shows interest in adult-led discussions about bias and non-stereotypical representations in stories and materials and contributes ideas to discussions, for example, “My mum and dad both help to cook at home”

 

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