About this webinar
The objective is not to create outstanding portfolios, but rather to cultivate outstanding teaching and learning (Wolf, 1996).
This free webinar facilitated by Jane Warnock will provide insights and aha moments as to why every teacher should have a Professional Portfolio.
A Portfolio is a place to be reflective, capturing those significant teaching moments regardless of where you are in your journey of being a teacher.
Triangulation Reflection Model
Using the three steps within a ‘Triangulation Reflection Model’, Jane will share the ‘why, how, what, where, with, and who’ that comes with having a Professional Portfolio.
Strategies such as aligning to the Code and The Standards for the Profession, unpacking apperception, drawing on Teaching as Inquiry, describing metacognition in action, reflectively thinking on practice and other reflective approaches will be shared in light of your own Professional Portfolio.
The webinar will also capture the significance of your Portfolio evolving over time and of which describes your journey of teaching through documented evidence.
Impact on You
There is always a reason as to ‘why we do what we do’ in the early childhood education world and this webinar provides just the pathway in seeing the necessity and value of your own Professional Portfolio and where you will come to see your Portfolio as a valuable exercise and not just ‘something else you have to do’.
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If you are unable to make the live webinar, no problem! Register anyway. All registrants will receive a recording after the event.
Note, we send Attendance Certificates to those who complete watching the webinar, live or via replay within 30 days of the event. And we will be awarding online gift certificate door prizes at the end of the webinar.
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About your host
Jane Warnock is the Educational Leader/Mentor at Tui Early Learners, Palmerston North. Jane’s role encompasses many opportunities of being immersed in a world of ako through reciprocal and responsive coaching and mentoring of teachers, within Tui and externally. Jane is conscious of ensuring an educative and pedagogical approach to her role and in 2016 graduated with the Postgraduate Diploma of Leadership (ECE) with Te Rito Maioha. This study provided an ongoing pathway in strengthening, deepening and affirming her role as a leader, mentor and coach. Jane is now dedicated to study, and is studying towards her Master of Education (with a focus of leadership, mentoring and coaching of course!) through Victoria University.
Educa is a documentation and sharing platform using Learning Stories for authentic assessment. It serves early childhood educators primarily in Australia, New Zealand, the United States and Canada.
Learning story software to support all programming needs and engage families.
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