About this webinar
Sue Stacey, practitioner and teacher of teachers, wrote professional guides to support the rollout of the inspirational Nova Scotia Early Learning Curriculum Framework called "Capable, Confident and Curious." And she is now is providing training to help it take root.
The framework focuses on inquiry and relationships, provoking a change in practice for some teachers as part of its adoption.
Sue talks about the framework and its goals, and the story of the roll-out so far - the good and the challenging.
If you are interested in inquiry as a teaching approach in early childhood education, this webinar is for you. And if you are a team leader or agency looking to change in practice the story of this high-minded and ambitious project will be of interest.
Read more about the Nova Scotia framework here.
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Allyson joined Educa as Director of Professional Development with twenty years of experience as a teacher and curriculum director. As an educator, she loves the way learning stories allow teachers to connect meaningfully with young children as unique and capable individuals.
Susan has been engaged in early childhood education as a Director, Practicum Supervisor, and Teacher Educator for 30 years. She teaches curriculum courses at the NS College of Early Childhood education, and provides professional learning experiences for educators across Canada and the U.S. She i...
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