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This is a recording of a live online event we did with Josie Schneider in July 2020. Upon purchasing, you will be welcomed into the course. You will then be able to watch the recording of the session and complete an assessment/reflection.
In this session, children's librarian and early learning professional, Josie Schneider, joins Jeff Johnson to discuss ideas for energising your group story times and making therefore child-friendly and learning-rich. Participants will... Understand the reason for shared story time experiences between children and caregivers. - Learn the components of playful story time. - Explore the role of the caregiver during a story time session. - Gain new ideas for books. songs. and finger plays for story time session. Josie is an early childhood educator turned children's librarian from Kansas City, MO. When she's not promoting play and early literacy, she loves to spend time with her family and travel. During her rare moments of free time, you can find Josie curled up with a cat and a good book. Feel free to reach out to her with early literacy questions or ask for book recommendations
The session is suited to anyone working with or caring for children.
We suggest that you an allow 1hr to watch the video and complete the assessment/reflection
Upon completion of your registration, you will receive a confirmation email 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.
A mini course designed to explore what genuine belonging looks and feels like for children, families and educators.
Recording of Live Event (28th Jan 2021) So often we hear educators say “programming for babies is really difficult”. This workshop will inspire educators to see the magic in the everyday moments in the lives of babies.This session explores the “what is it?” element of programming for babies. Participants will: Look at what the NQF Says about programming for babiesReview the basics of baby development including brain development Learn about the importance of play and discoveryDiscuss the “magic” in the little, everyday moments of babies
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