Literacy and the Outdoor Classroom
WNAT 19 03
1 ECE hour
In this webinar, we will explore the importance of the Outdoor Classroom and creative ways to bring literacy development to the play based environment. We will relate the activities directly to the How Does Learning Happen? Document and discuss how to help parents understand how these literacy activities support the four foundations; Belonging, Engagement, Expression and Well-being.
Thursday, November 16, 2017 2:00 pm EST 11:00 am PST
Thursday, November 16, 2017 7:00 pm EST 4:00 pm PST
Thursday, November 16, 2017 7:00 pm Pacific ST
Back to Nature
WNAT 17 01
1 ECE hour
Enrol in this webinar (pre-recorded) to find out why exposure to nature is so important to brain development and how easy it is to incorporate nature in the curriculum every day. Daily nature play has a positive impact on children with ADHD, FASD, and those of us who are "spirited".
Your role as the play and learning partner will have you planning your outdoor curriculum to get them (and you) excited about outside play.
Beyond the Blanket -
the Outdoor Classroom for Infants and Toddlers
WNAT 17 02
Early learning professionals and parents often feel stressed when trying to plan time outdoors for infants and toddlers. In this webinar we will explore
why exposure to nature is so important for early brain development,
some ideas on how to set up your outdoor classroom for inquiry and investigation of young and curious children, and
your role as the play and learning partner.
Negotiating with Children
Dr, Ingrid Crowther
The ability to negotiate is a valuable and necessary life skill. Negotiation involves empathy and compromise and children who learn to negotiate acquire and learn the importance of these abilities.
This webinar provides a framework for negotiating with children from infancy to school age. It explains how children at different ages think differently which influences the strategies that you use to build these skills from the foundation up. The process is an essential aspect of the transition from discipline to guidance and the support of social competence.