About this event
By Ali Porteous, Childspace, New Zealand
Toddlers are all things wonderful; busy, tenacious, energetic, active, curious, impulsive, joyful and so much more! Toddlerhood can be a frustrating time for both children and the adults who care for them. Given labels such as the ‘terrible twos’, this is certainly a time of rapid growth for children physically, cognitively and socially. So how do we deal with the inevitable undesirable behaviours that arise when we group toddlers together?
This presentation will give you the opportunity to understand the neuroscience behind children’s behaviour and how to practically deal with conflict in a way that both uplifts and supports children, allowing them to empathise with others and foster positive peer interactions.
webinar describes and discusses different learning stories that show and explain how teachers in specific inquiry groups created, shared, and commented on learning stories that promote access to equitable learning environments and outcomes.
If you are unable to make the live webinar, no problem! Register anyway. All registrants will receive a recording after the event.
Note also that registrants who attend the entirety of the live webinar will receive an Attendance Certificate. And we will be awarding online gift certificate door prizes at the end of the webinar.
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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.
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.
Ali has been a teacher for 15 years, in a variety of different roles, and is currently the kaiarahi (room leader) for the toddlers at Ngaio Childspace in Wellington, NZ. She is currently part of an action research, who are team looking at pathways through early childhood services and is passionat...
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