In the Early Years Learning Framework, intentional teaching is seen as being a way of working with children and families that is “… deliberate, purposeful and thoughtful” (p.15).  However, what does this really look like and mean in practice?  How can educators be thoughtful about what they do and why they do things? What are the core meanings of this word ‘thoughtful’ and how can these meanings be used in our work with children?

This workshop will unravel these kinds of questions and offer participants tools for understanding how ‘being intentional’ can enhance and actively promote children’s learning through the planning cycle.

12feb9:30 am12:30 pmBeing Intentional: The Thoughtful TeacherCampbeltown NSW, AustraliaLocation:Cambeltown

20may9:30 am12:30 pmBeing Intentional: The Thoughtful TeacherRichmond NSWLocation:Richmond

11aug9:30 am12:30 pmBeing Intentional: The Thoughtful TeacherDubbo, Gowrie NSW Dubbo, 16 – 18 Spears Drive, Dubbo NSWLocation:Dubbo

26feb9:30 am12:30 pmBeing Intentional: The Thoughtful TeacherTamworth NSW, AustraliaLocation:Tamworth

19jun9:30 am12:30 pmBeing Intentional: The Thoughtful TeacherMayfield NSW, AustraliaLocation:Mayfield

25sep10:00 am2:00 pmBeing Intentional: The Thoughtful TeacherMerimbula NSW, AustraliaLocation:Merimbula

04mar1:30 pm5:30 pmBeing Intentional: The Thoughtful TeacherErskineville, Level 1, 1 Elliott Ave Erskineville NSW 2043Location:Erskineville

06aug1:00 pm5:00 pmBeing Intentional: The Thoughtful TeacherWollongongLocation:Wollongong