This special event is an opportunity for those working in leadership positions in the sector (E.g.: Nominated Supervisors, Educational Leaders, Centre Managers and Area Managers to come together and listen to a panel of three speakers sharing their experiences and thought provoking ideas about what leadership looks like and can look like.
Drawing on the philosophies of Reggio Emilia and the United Nations Convention of the rights of the Child to explore ways in which children can become engaged in their community as civil participants and advocates for their community.
Critical reflection is about having an open mind as well as being curious, interested and inquisitive. This workshop will provide educators with an opportunity to explore how critical reflection supports their practices of working with children and families.
The educational leader provides guidance on educators’ pedagogy and professional practice, by supporting educators to build and nurture secure respectful relationships with children and families and assisting educators to articulate how and why they make decisions about the curriculum/program.