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Multiverse

MultiVerse is a resource and support organisation for the education and community sectors. We make beautiful books and resources – by educators for educators. Read more

The Inclusion Room
The Inclusion Room is our online learning gathering place. Our courses and webinars are on demand self paced. They are based on Dr Red Ruby Scarlet’s research, practice and pedagogical residencies.  Read more

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Dr Red Ruby Scarlet is an activist, early childhood teacher-researcher, consultant, artist and academic. She holds numerous degrees in early childhood education and performing arts. Red has been working in early childhood for over 30 years and is devoted to creative, imaginative, inclusive practices that promote dignity and integrity in early childhood. Red has developed curriculum and learning frameworks nationally and internationally. She has won numerous awards for her teaching and advocacy. 

Red has published widely foregrounding the stories of the numerous ‘teacher-research’ projects she has lead and contributed to across the world. She is committed to raising the voices of early childhood teachers and educators through telling and writing their own stories. Her books include The Anti-Bias Approach in Early Childhood (4th Edition), Fair’s Fair: How to Tackle Bias in Education & Care Services, The Aboriginal Early Childhood Practice Guide, and Becoming With Art in Early Childhood, That Music Book and The EYLF Play Book. She is the co-composer and performer of ‘Like To be Me’ a song for children about pronouns, ‘Look it Up’ a song about understanding neurodiversity.

She has always been part of diverse educational communities. She is a highly sought leader and mentor in the early childhood profession.

Red’ work includes consultancy, creating professional development and resourcing for early childhood that is committed to inclusive and innovative pedagogical approaches to curriculum. Red is a Pedagogical and Artist in Residence, the Founding Chair of the Social Justice In Early Childhood Foundation. Red is the co-writer and performer of wildly popular “The National Quality Framework – The Musical!” and “Inclusion – The Musical!”

NQF The Musical

Publications

MultiVerse’s publications and resources are for educators and early childhood teachers and are unique in content and design…

Keynote Speaker

Dr Red Ruby Scarlet is in demand as a keynote speaker on topics such as – anti-bias, curriculum, children’s rights, celebrations, arts practice…

Consulting Residencies Workshops

A born teacher, Dr Red Ruby Scarlet delivers expertise in areas such as art for educators and inclusion…

The Inclusion Room

Our online learning gathering place with self paced courses and webinars based on Dr Red Ruby Scarlet's research, teaching & residencies...

Dr Red Ruby Scarlet Live

Exploring a new topic each month with invited guests, these live events are Red's free gift to the sector...

Curriculum Communiqué

Interesting articles, stories and testimonies from Dr Red Ruby Scarlet's work and research...

Social Justice in Early Childhood

NQF The Musical

Dr Red Ruby Scarlet

Keynote Speaker | Workshop Facilitator | Writer | Consultant | Projects | Researcher | Artist

Dr Red Ruby Scarlet has over 30 years of experience in early childhood education- nationally and internationally.

She presents enticing keynotes, facilitates workshops, offers consultancy and research services, MCs events, writes books and journal articles, develops curriculum documents and facilitates teacher-research projects.

To enquire about Red’s availability please contact us now ❤️

Red Ruby Scarlet’s Curriculum Communique

Caring for children with an intersex variation

[Agli Zavros-Orr, ch.14] You likely know the ‘I’ in LGBTQIA+ stands for ‘Intersex’, but have you wondered what that really means, particularly for children, families and educators in your setting?  If ‘yes’, then this chapter in the 4th Edition of...

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It’s no longer enough to be Culturally Competent…

One of the practices of the learning frameworks has always been cultural competence. The EYLF told us that “Educators who are culturally competent respect multiple cultural ways of knowing, seeing and living, celebrate the benefits of diversity and...

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