Thinking Ahead Extension Workshops presents
Learning Through a Child’s Eyes:

Parenting and Teaching in the Early Years

A conference for Parents and Teachers

29 and 30 May 2021

Rendezvous Observation City Hotel, Scarborough

Designed for parents and teachers of children in the early childhood years, this conference will address the following:

Why play is so important to learning
How affective issues impact on learning
How the Internet can help a child’s learning
What children really do at school
How you can liaise with your child’s school
Why creativity is important

Workshop sessions will be conducted by a team of leading experts in early childhood and primary education, including:

Dr Cathie Harrison – author of ‘Giftedness in Early Childhood’ and ‘Young Gifted Children: Their search for connection and complexity’ (in publication)

Fiona Smith B.A. (Hons Psych), M.Ed (Gifted Education) – Psychologist

Bronwyn MacLeod M.Ed, C.O.G.E. – co-author of ‘Differentiating the Curriculum for Primary Students’ and ‘Differentiating the Curriculum for Secondary Students’, author of ‘Rainforests: A differentiated unit of work’

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Presented by Thinking Ahead Extension Workshops (ABN 50 017 429 348)
Ph 9474 4594 Fax 9474 3462
in conjunction with Gateways Education