Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework: Birth to 8 years (VEYLDF)
Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework
Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework (pdf - 2.1mb) (updated March 2013)
The Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework (VEYLDF) has been developed by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development in partnership with the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority in November 2009 for implementation from 2010.
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Babies and toddlers: Amazing learners
The VCAA, in collaboration with Anne Stonehouse AM and Early Childhood Australia (ECA), has developed a video resource. This resource supports implementation of the Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework.
The resource includes three videos and an information booklet, which includes the key messages.
- Video 1: Learning about me
- Video 2: Learning about others
- Video 3: Learning about my world
The three videos highlight selected examples of significant learning in the birth-to-three-years period. The aim is to make visible babies’ and toddlers' learning and in doing so to expand awareness and appreciation of it.
The intended audience for this resource is the broad range of early childhood professionals described in the VEYLDF. The videos could also be used with families with children under three years.
View the videos.
Report on the Assessment for Learning and Development Project 2012
This report is available on the Research page.
The Assessment for Learning and Development Resource
This resource is available on the Resources page.