"I love the online delivery and the self-paced availability. I live in a rural area and don't receive the opportunity for face to face on a regular basis."
This is a recording of a live online event we did with Jeff A Johnson in September 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.
Activities like running, climbing, throwing, punching, pinching, kicking, biting, and yelling are often labeled as bad behavior and many early learning settings attempt to limit them--if not outright ban them. This session takes a contrarian view, looking at these activities as learning opportunities and offers up ideas for encouraging and supporting them. It turns out these things can be done in safe ways--without hurting others--and don't have to create friction between children and their caregivers. Learning Goals - Attendees will: Understand the developmental benefits for supporting running, climbing, throwing, punching, pinching, kicking, biting, and yelling. Acquire ideas for creating a space where kids can run, climb, throw, punch, pinch, kick, bite, and yell. Examine their feelings and policies about running, climbing, throwing, punching, pinching, kicking, biting, and yelling
The session is suited to anyone working with or caring for children.
We suggest that you an allow 1.5hrs 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 recording of the live online session delivered by Mike Huber for Inspired EC on 15th July 2020
This mini-course will support educators to reflect on how routines and rhythms are managed within the service, ensuring that these are responsive to the needs of children.
"I feel more motivated already!""