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THE IMPORTANCE OF RITUALS & TRADITIONS IN EARLY LEARNING: NOW MORE THAN EVER!

(ONLINE VIA ZOOM)

Host: Lisa Burman
Facilitator: Dr Diane Kashin, RECE
Guest Speaker: Nicole Pierce, RECE

Rituals and traditions are important to every culture especially during challenging times.  As educators prepare to return to their settings, whether this is a prior-to-school or primary school, this webinar will help you explore the questions: 

How might rituals and traditions be able to create space for deeper connection in our spaces? 

What might we gain by embracing and creating rituals around the everyday moments with children? 

Join Diane and Nicole as we explore the power and importance of rituals and traditions in early learning environments. 

This will be a perfect way to facilitated a team/staff meeting early in the year. It will support you to build an emotionally secure place of learning for children and families; a place to create memories and a place of belonging. 

Sat 21 Jan 2021
9.30am – 11am

$50

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TAKING AN INQUIRY STANCE IN WRITING WORKSHOP

(ONLINE VIA ZOOM)

With Kath Murdoch, Matt Glover & Lisa Burman

This professional learning opportunity might be a little different to the workshops and webinars you’re used to. Rather than just providing three slide presentations, each speaker will share some ‘food for thought’ around a question – a provocation for our thinking. Then Kath, Matt and Lisa will be in conversation with each other about this idea – all for you to eavesdrop on!  You’ll also have the opportunity to ask your questions and share your ideas throughout the day. 

This is a unique opportunity to tap into the thinking of three experienced educators and pedagogical consultants. It’s the first time all three have collaborated together in this way! 

Session 1: Kath Murdoch’s ‘Food for Thought’
What are the guiding principles of inquiry and how do you see they connect to the ways we engage with young writers?

Session 2: Matt Glover’s ‘Food for Thought’
How can we tap into and use the curiosity of young writers as a springboard for learning? 

Session 3: Lisa Burman’s ‘Food for Thought’
If ‘learning floats on a sea of talk’, how can we use this to inquire as writers and with young writers? 

Sat 20 March 2021
9.30am – 2.30pm

$100

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