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Montessori, Reggio Emilia Approach & ECE Workshops!!

Some interesting posts as well as a few online professional development workshops offered by ECE Workshops and 45 Conversations Media & Education.

Source: https://45conversations.com/new-here-2/

ECE Workshops Presents: It’s Not About Easy – It’s About Following The Child – Start Now!

Through This Online Professional Development Experience You Will:
Understand the concept of “following the child” and how it relates to self-directed learning.
Assess your own personal beliefs and philosophies to determine how those beliefs can impact the children you care for, your team, and the environment you want to create.
Understand the benefits of supporting self-direction and independence in young children within early learning and care environments.
Identify five ways you can begin supporting self-direction and independence with the young children in your care.
Create a learning environment that puts child self-directed independence at the forefront.

ECE Workshops Presents: Planning, Design & Construction of Child Care Facilities in BC - Start Now! - 45 Conversation...

In this 6 hour online professional development workshop educators will explore what is involved with the planning, design and construction of child care facilities in BC.
This workshop includes:

  • 30 photographs about the development of an award winning licensed group child care workplace program
  • A special video presentation by a professional project manager who is experienced in the development of child care,
  • Insights from Jane Boyd, ECE Consultant who has been certified in 5 Canadian Provinces
  • A multitude of resources!
  • Through a series of questions, participants will be walked through a highly informative learning experience to help them better understand many different areas related to the design and construction of high quality early learning and care environments.
  • Upon successful completion of this online workshop you will be sent a 6 hour professional development certificate from ECE Workshops.
ECE Workshops Presents: Supporting & Working with Children with Exceptional Needs

In this workshop, early childhood educators explore their knowledge and experience of supporting children with exceptional needs. The workshop includes a general review about children with exceptionalities, information about what is involved with a child receiving an assessment and/or diagnosis and suggestions for ways ECEs can strengthen their day to day approach related to working with children (and their families) with exceptional needs. ECEs also explore any fears or concerns they may have about including a child with exceptional needs in their classroom or program. Participants learn to identify ways to make their approach more supportive and early learning environments more accessible for children with ADHD, Autism, Behavioural Disorders and Physical Disabilities.

Online ECE Professional Development Workshops

Online ECE Workshops for Professional Development Hours - Delivered via interactive email modules & secure online learning pages. Start today!

Learn more about ECE Workshops and 45 Conversations here.

45 Conversations - A helpful overview of the work we do through 45 Conversations, ECE Retreats and ECE Workshops.

Interested in Maria Montessori? Read about the Legacy she left on ECE

Maria Montessori and the Montessori method in Early Childhood Education. The history of and recent popularity of the Montessori method of education. Maria Montessori was born August 31st, 1870 in Chiaravalle, Italy. Educated in Rome, Maria became one of Italy’s first ever female physicians and graduated from the University of Rome’s medical program, focussing on psychiatry. However during this time she also developed a keen interest in pedagogy, education and educational theory which would help her create an innovative way of teaching young children and would also spur her to open up the first ever Montessori school called the Casa dei Bambini or Children’s House. Maria is famous for having developed a school of thought and method of teaching, named after her, whose main tenets centre around a young child’s natural curiosity and inclination to learn.

Interested in the Reggio Emilia Approach? Read more here . . .

Loris Malaguzzi is an important figure in the development and history of the field of early childhood education. Loris Malaguzzi is responsible for developing one of the world’s most popular educational approaches to date and that is the Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood education.

Malaguzzi developed the Reggio Emilia educational approach shortly after World War II at a time when many Italians felt children needed a new and progressive way of being educated. In the 1940’s after taking degrees in pedagogy and psychology, Malaguzzi began his career as an elementary school teacher. In 1963 with the help of the municipality of Reggio Emilia, Loris Malaguzzi participated in the creation of the first municipal preschools and simultaneously aided in the creation of several infant-toddler centres within the community.