Seeing the process of observation as a way to capture the story that ‘comes to us’ from the child, means that we have an opportunity to create meaningful documentation that authentically reflects the child.
The educational leader provides guidance on educators’ pedagogy and professional practice, by supporting educators to build and nurture secure respectful relationships with children.
Singing and telling stories together is a valuable communication tool in early childhood settings because it supports close, playful relationships that promote a sense of belonging and well-being.
In this 6-hour workshop we will actively explore how to change our practice from routine happenings to care moments that provide opportunity for learning and connection between educators and children.
An Aboriginal Art inspired workshop that will provide early childhood educators with information on the history of Aboriginal Art across Australia, including practical examples of storytelling.
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.
A 3-hour hands-on practical children’s yoga workshop aimed at early childhood educators teaching children aged 3 –5 years. This workshop will be fun, hands-on and energising.
From ages one to three toddlers are on the go, this 6-hour workshop will help us actively engage in the life and world of the toddler.
Early childhood educators and teachers are privileged to be part of the wonderful world of early literacy, numeracy and science being explored by 4 year old’s.
Explore the perspective of a child with ASD and gain an insight into how they see the world.