Notes

  • 1. For example, the new Ministerial Advisory Council for Child Care and Early Learning was established on July 26, 2014, to discuss strategic policies for ECEC by representing a range of perspectives (https:// education.gov.au/news/ministerial-advisory-council-child-care-and- early-learning). Membership includes Ms. Naomi Wilson who is a biofeedback practitioner utilizing scientific findings of neuroscience (http://www.bcia.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3524_).
  • 2. Popularized, for example, in http://discovermagazine.com/2013/ may/13 - grandmas - experience s -leave - epigenetic -mark- on-your-gene s
  • 3. http://childrenandmedia.org.au/events/accm-conference
  • 4. http://www.mindandit sp otential .com.au/
  • 5. http://www.brainwave.org.nz/
  • 6. http://thehawnfoundation.org/mindup/
  • 7. http://benevolent.org.au/think/doing-things-differently/shaping- brains/mindup
  • 8. http://thehawnfoundation.org/mindup/

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