If you've taken Bonnie's first two courses "Why Sensory Processing" and "What is Sensory Processing", then you will love this third course - identifying the systems which facilitate sensory processing!
So many educators will be familiar with the term "sensory processing' but may not be comfortable with what that actually means.
In this third course, Bonnie consolidates her knowledge of the concept and identifies strategies to promote better understanding for educators.
You will finish this course with an overwhelming amount of new information and knowledge regarding sensory processing and why it is so important in our work with children.
Bonnie shares insight into how we receive information, process it, and how this might be affected by sensory processing disorders.
Using detailed explanations and support visuals, as well as some great reflective questions, Bonnie explores the integration of different sensory systems.
Gain a deeper understanding of the types of challenges in supporting children's sensory processing in learning.
The course is suited to anyone working with children in long day care, preschools, family day care, OSHC and schools.
We suggest that the mini course is the equivalent of 1-1.5hrs 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. The course may include written content, images, videos, article links, ideas and inspiration.
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 provide an understanding of what loose parts are, and the practicalities of using them within our settings.
A fantastic recording of a live online session in July 2020 with Heather Shumaker, exploring the big and "wild" emotions experienced by children and how we as parents, educators or caregivers can support them to explore these.
"I feel more motivated already!""