Module 1: Discovering Our Professional Identity: Professionalism and Portfolio Development for RECEs
Please note* These modules are available within a 6 month period after registration. The date including "ongoing status" is for system settings only.
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ONGOING ONLINE ACCESS
This module can serve to support the continuous professional learning needs of registered early childhood educators. It was created in Ontario for the context of early childhood educators in Ontario; however, we welcome ECEs from other provinces to engage in this online learning module to enhance their professional knowledge.
The module should take 21 hours to complete - the module is accessible for a period of 6 months after registration only.
There will be opportunities for self-assessment throughout the module, including a multiple-choice final assessment.
Please Note* Registration for this module is on an ongoing basis and the module can be accessed at your convenience within a 6 month window after registration.
Learning opportunities will include:
A video-conference keynote by Drs. Doug Clements and Julie Sarama about how early math learning trajectories can help us gain a deeper understanding of the Kindergarten curriculum
and how to teach it
A hands-on workshop of practical classroom-tested activities for developing early geometry and spatial reasoning skills in Kindergarten students
The opportunity to explore resources that support and maximize early math learning
A tour of the Building Parent Engagement in Math (BPEiM) project website
The subsidized cost of the Maximizing Early Math Learning Conference is $50/$25(student) (which includes a light breakfast and lunch).
On behalf of the members of The Critical Transitions in Mathematical Development Community of Practice (CoP), you are invited to attend. Our CoP is one of four areas of focus for the Mathematics Knowledge Network, which is hosted by The Fields Institute for Research in the Mathematical Sciences and funded by The Ministry of Education. The Mathematics Knowledge Network is a KNAER Tier 2 Project.