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

Parenting and Teaching in the Early Years

PROGRAM DETAILS
for both Sunday and Monday

8.15 am Registration
8.45 am Welcome
9.00 am Plenary 1
10.00 am Plenary 2
11.00 am Morning Tea
11.20 am Workshop 1 (choice of sessions)
12.20 pm Workshop 2 (choice of sessions)
1.20 pm Lunch
2.00 pm Workshop 3 (choice of sessions)
3.00 pm Plenary 3
4.00 pm Prizes and Close

Plenary Sessions and Workshop choices

Sunday May 29

Plenary One – Learning through a child’s eyes – the power of play for learning. Dr Cathie Harrison

Plenary Two – The over-excitabilities in  early childhood
. Fiona Smith

Workshop One Choices  

  1. Learning through a child’s eyes – the power of play for learning. Dr Cathie Harrison

  2. Transition to School – choices and challenges. Fiona Smith

  3. Learning in today’s context:  using information and communication technologies. Bronwyn MacLeod

Workshop Two Choices

  1. Rediscovering creativity – Part One (This is a two part workshop). Dr Cathie Harrison

  2. Transition to School – choices and challenges. Fiona Smith

  3. Learning in today’s context:  using information and communication technologies. Bronwyn MacLeod

Workshop Three Choices

  1. Rediscovering creativity – Part Two (This is a two part workshop). Dr Cathie Harrison

  2. Bibliotherapy – the power of books. Fiona Smith

  3. Liaising with your child’s school – collaboration and negotiation. Bronwyn MacLeod


Panel Presentation – Realising potential through collaboration.  Dr Cathie Harrison, Fiona Smith. Bronwyn MacLeod


Monday May 30

Plenary One – Be inspired be very inspired … snapshots of Scandinavia. Dr Cathie Harrison
 

Plenary Two – Using multimedia and technology in early childhood  learning contexts. Bronwyn MacLeod

Workshop One Choices

  1. Innovative environments for learningDr Cathie Harrison

  2. Affective impacts on learning. Fiona Smith

  3. Using multimedia and technology in early childhood  learning contexts. Bronwyn MacLeod

Workshop Two Choices

  1. Innovative environments for learningDr Cathie Harrison

  2. Affective impacts on learning. Fiona Smith

  3. Differentiation in early childhood learning contexts. Bronwyn MacLeod

Workshop Three Choices

  1. Rethinking observation and documentation in early childhood. Dr Cathie Harrison

  2. Bibliotherapy – the power of books. Fiona Smith

  3. Differentiation in early childhood learning contexts. (Advanced workshop). Bronwyn MacLeod

Plenary Three
Panel presentation: Contemporary Perspectives in early childhood education. Dr Cathie Harrison, Fiona Smith, Bronwyn MacLeod

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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