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“There’s Something in the Water” Discussion
A discussion around the documentary "There's Something in the Water." Continued dialogue for those who participated in the live debrief lead by the Culturally Safe Spaces Committee on May 20, 2020.
- 2 years, 6 months ago
Communicating the Value of Play-Based Learning (WEBINAR)
Welcome to the Communicating the Value of Play-Based Learning Webinar discussion forum! If you have not yet watched this Pre-Recorded Webinar you can find it here. The Communication Scenario and Reflection can be found here. The three photos for reflection can be found here, here, and here. The video for reflection, "Dialogue with Natural Materials", can be found here. ADDITIONAL RESOURCES Diane Kashin, Ed.D, RECE Blog Post, "Updating Outdated Practices in Early Childhood Education", can be found here.
- 1 year, 4 months ago
Community Connector Bulletin Board
For educators looking for current resources to share with families. This is a collaboration between the Family Centre Community Connectors and the Child Care sector. You are welcome to share any relevant information that you feel would be beneficial for fellow educators to share with families.
- 2 years, 3 months ago
Context as a Weaving: Making a Commitment to a Pedagogy of Relationships
For those that participated in the session Context as a Weaving with Karyn Callaghan - we hope you will engage in dialogue here between sessions and beyond
- 2 years, 5 months ago
Infant Educators: Community of Practice
A place to share program ideas inbetween Infant CoP live or virtual gatherings.
- 2 years, 1 month ago
Family Literacy Conference for Professionals 2021 – Lifting Children Up Through Story
Our three facilitators each positioned story in unique, yet connected ways. Richard Van Camp described stories as acts of reclamation and catalysts to change; Summer Bressette spoke of stories as governance, trust, and relationship; and David A. Robertson conceived stories as both truth and identity. How do you position or conceptualize the role of story in your work?
- Has your understanding of story or storytelling, particularly in relation to the work you do, changed or evolved because of what our facilitators shared throughout this conference?
- How might we think differently about story in our work but also in sharing about our work?
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