Explore how the environment and the role of the teacher can hinder or support motor development and how the RIE® Principles fosters social emotional skills like cooperation and self-confidence.
Develop an understanding of the importance of Primary Educator Relationships for children and families and an appreciation of how practicing primary educator relationship can positively impact on the role of the educator.
In these workshops, we will examine the way in which photos are taken in an early childhood setting and the impact of photography in practice. Additionally, we will explore the way in which art can be used as a language of readable lines, shapes and forms.
Children connect with the space of their learning environment through their relationships with people, places and things.
This workshop is in two parts. It kicks off on Thursday from 6:00 – 8:00 pm with a workshop setting the scene, learning about infant environments to support active learning and development for children aged birth to 18 months.
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.
A series of three workshops: Primary Educator Relationships, Revisiting Caregiving as Pleasurable Moments and Physical Environments that Support Uninterrupted Play.
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.