Introduction to Emergent Curriculum / ECE Environments for Success
September 14th 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Introduction to Emergent Curriculum
How do you include children’s thoughts, interests and ideas into your program planning? Discover strategies for incorporating emergent curriculum opportunities into your daily practice. Discover how to use observation, documentation and the Early Learning Framework to assist educators in providing engaging, reflective learning experiences for children and families.
Setting Up ECE Environments for Success
Inspiration comes in many forms. Discover how to offer opportunities for children and families to explore your learning environment. How can we as educators bring nature into our spaces, include recyclable materials in our room set up, create everything from quiet areas that support emotional development to messy sensory fun? Have you ever tried putting together a construction zone for large motor play? We will also discuss evaluating your program and potential changes that could be made to layouts, as well as recognizing the important role documentation plays in ECE programs.
Presenter: Julie Hansen became an Early Childhood Educator in 2000.Since then,she has gained experience in a variety of areas within the field of Early Childhood Education: director of a preschool, supervisor of after-school care as well as 3-5 and Infant Toddler programs. Her primary focus has evolved to encompass team leadership, management training and program development. Julie has had articles published in provincial and national ECE journals on the topic of emergent curriculum and leadership. Her goal as an Early Childhood Educator and facilitator is to support fellow educators and early years professionals provide high quality early learning experiences for children and families.
Date: Saturday, September 14th, 2019
Time: 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Cost: members $10, non-members $15
Location: Archway Community Services - 2420 Montrose Ave; Jasbir Saran Room (B100)
Training certificates will be issued via email within 5 business days of the workshop attended. To receive a certificate you must arrive on time, participate, and stay for the entire session. Late arrivals of more than 15 minutes will not be admitted to workshops.
Children - Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate children during a workshop. Please make alternate arrangements.
Registration - Prepayment is required for all workshops. Credit card payment can be taken over the phone. Debit, cash, or cheque payments are taken in office.
Methods of payment - Credit (Visa or MasterCard), debit, cash, or cheque (payable to Archway Community Services).
Workshop cancellations (regular workshops) - Registrants can cancel up until two full business days prior to the scheduled workshop date. Cancellations received before the deadline will be given a workshop credit (not a refund) to be used towards future workshops at Abbotsford CCRR. Workshop credits are valid for one year from the date of the cancelled workshop. Due to unforeseen circumstances, workshops may be subject to change or cancellation, in this case we would issue a refund.
Course cancellations (First Aid and Responsible Adult) - Registrants must cancel one week (5 business days) prior to the course/class start date in order to receive a refund. The original receipt must be provided at the time of refund.
Workshop location - Workshops will be held at Archway Community Services in the Jasbir Saran Room (B100), unless otherwise stated.