A Three Part Webinar Series
ECE Principles in Full Day Kindergarten
This webinar discusses the 6 ECE principles articulated in the Ontario Early Years Policy Framework. For each principle, participants will find out how these statements inform decision making in the early years setting. Participants will be encouraged to reflect what these principles mean to them and connect them with their current practice.
The Learning Community in Full Day Kindergarten
Early Childhood Educators help each other establish a strong foundation for learning the early years. This webinar introduces participants to what is involved in building a learning community that supports young children and their learning. This webinar will identify significant members in this community as articulated in the Full Day Kindergarten program and discuss the roles they play in building a consistent learning environment for young children.
Learning Approaches in Full Day Kindergarten
When children’s learning is meaningful and authentic, their learning is memorable. This webinar explores how the Full Day Kindergarten program captivates children’s natural curiosity and fascination by offering opportunities for exploration and investigation through the inquiry approach.
Participants will use an accompanying workbook/manual to listen, reflect and connect their current practice.
AECEO Members** Free Access Non Members $75.00
or become a professional member for $70 a year! Gain access to this webinar series in addition to many other benefits and resources for Early Childhood Educators
**Although this series of webinars is free to members, we do require that you register to gain access to the modules.
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Are you an ECE/staff, a student or a parent who is interested in taking up an active role in our Professional Pay and Decent Work campaign? Do you want to see more ECEs come together to call for decent work?
We are offering province-wide leadership training with the aim of connecting ECEs and early years staff with parents and engaged community members to strengthen our campaign for Professional Pay & Decent Work.
Join us for a very special two-day leadership training workshop with long time child care advocate Olivia Chow!
FIRST SESSION - TORONTO MARCH 4-5, 2017
The curriculum teaches emerging leaders how to:
- Tell your story to persuade and motivate others
- Recruit and retain volunteers
- Structure your team of leaders for growth
- Strategize and choose tactics that build power and move decision makers
- Fundraise, go viral on social media, and more
Lunch & refreshments will be provided for the 2 day session.
Sessions will run Saturday & Sunday from 9am - 4pm
Each participant will be required to complete a questionnaire that will be emailed prior to the event.
The Association of Early Childhood Educators of Ontario and Red River College have partnered to offer two online workshops. The workshop content (videos, readings, links, games, discussions) is completely online and available to participants over a two-week period. Participants have complete flexibility to work through the materials at times that are most convenient for them. The content is from the Science of Early Child Development (SECD). SECD’s engaging, multimedia resources are used around the world by people who want to learn more about the impact of the early years on lifelong health and well-being.
In the SECD online professional development (PD) workshops, participants access multimedia content and “meet” each other in online discussion groups, over the course of two to three weeks. Participants will have online access to all workshop content (videos, readings, links, games, discussions) over a two-week period and have complete flexibility to work through the materials at times that are most convenient for them.
A facilitator oversees each workshop by welcoming, orienting and guiding participants. Participants explore websites; do short readings; watch videos of experts, children and programs; and play interactive review games. Ultimately, by exploring the engaging content and then sharing ideas and reflecting with other participants in the online learning community, participants can enhance their work with children and families.
April 20th to May 3rd, 2017
Guiding is a broad concept that includes a variety of strategies including understanding, encouraging, leading, steering, teaching, mentoring, supporting, exploring and goal setting. This session will provoke participants to reflect on their current practices, to learn from others and to consider new ways to guide and support children.
- Child Rights
- Relationships and communication
- Aggression and lying
- Friendship and getting along with peers
- Approaches to positive guidance
Participants will watch videos of children around the world, hear from experts discussing the topics, do short readings and play interactive review games. Participants will “meet” in online discussions, guided by a facilitator, to hear each other’s ideas, reflect on and apply what they learn.
Workshop facilitators from Red River College will be in touch with workshop participants to respond to questions and provide orientation approximately two days before the workshop begins.
Participants can choose the times that are most convenient for them between the period of April 20th to May 3rd, 2017
This is equivalent to a full day workshop or six hours of professional learning.
Want to save on your online professional learning? Become a member of the AECEO for significant savings on our online workshops.Membership supports a strong, united voice for ECEs in our province.
Together We are Stronger! Join us Today!If you prefer to register by email/fax/mail please download the registration form. To register by phone, please contact Sue Parker at 1-866-932-3236 ext. 27.