BABY STEPS: MOVING FROM THEMES TO CHILD CENTERED LESSON PLANNING

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"These mini-courses are a fantastic way to refresh your knowledge, improve your practices and reflect on your own pedagogy. They dont dominate your time, nor expect much in return, just a reply on your perspective of what you've learnt. I always look for these courses, they are an advantage to all early childhood educators."

Rachel

ABOUT THE COURSE

Many of us believe that child led, child centered programming is developmentally appropriate practice, but feel constraints from our regulations, program expectations and customer requests. How can we begin to move in a more appropriate, more fulfilling direction?

What will I learn from the course?

Attendees will learn how to plan appropriate environments and activities for young children and identify ways to communicate with families regarding their child's learning. You will learn about the teacher's role in supporting playful learning.

Frequently Asked Questions

The is suited to anyone working with children in long day care, preschools, family day care, OSHC and schools. 

We suggest that the course is the equivalent of 1hr of face to face learning, however we recognise that all learners are different. There is content within the course that may take additional time. 

Upon completion of your registration, you will receive a confirmation details with your login information. 

You will have immediate access to the course, to complete in your own time.

All participants will complete a reflection/assessment which is personally responded to by one of our course facilitators before you receive your certificate. 

Are you ready to register?

If you're sitting there now thinking.... YES, YES, YES! (and why wouldn't you be?) You can register for the mini course right now!

The Debrief Package

With the Debrief Package services can now register multiple educators for a mini course, and book in a follow up live zoom session for a few weeks later with one of our trainers to reflect on the course.