Self Review: Working Smarter, Not Harder for Best Practice

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Self-Review. By Janet Moles. As I quietly move close to the habitat of an early childhood centre, I observe that the group is in the midst of the strange ritual known as ‘The Staff Meeting’. In this gathering, the leader […]
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