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Red Ruby Scarlet Live

 4.5 via 10 ratings in Apple Podcasts
An education and kids & family podcast from Dr Red Ruby Scarlet

On the first Wednesday of every month at 7pm, Dr Red Ruby Scarlet takes to Facebook to do a live presentation with invited guests which are now available in audio-only format here.

The sessions are lively, informative and completely free – Red’s gift to the education and care sector. In each episode Red Ruby explores a topic in depth. Past topics have included Programming and Planning, Rainbow Families, Teacher-Research, Arts and Equity, Documentation, Children’s Rights, and Early Education Policy.

Check out upcoming topics on the MultiVerse Facebook page or see below for previous Facebook live streams.

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