Notice, Think, Respond…Observing and Extending Children’s Play
Presented by: Susan Scoffin
The many recent changes in the expectations around practice in our sector have left many searching for resources and support. This practical workshop will help bring to life the vision described in How Does Learning Happen? and offer ways to make visible the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice in our work.
Susan will share stories and examples of interpreting children’s play and planning environments and experiences that are engaging and extend learning. Examples will include a diversity of ages and settings. There will be time set aside for questions so if you are wondering about something you have observed in your practice please bring this to share.
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AECEO Members - Free but requires registration
Non Members - $5 Register & pay at the door
Susan Scoffin RECE is currently the Quality Initiatives Co-ordinator for Investing in Quality, Peterborough. Her work involves supporting the Raising the Bar initiative in the community, mentorship and developing and delivering professional learning opportunities. Susan brings to this work her long and varied experiences in the ECE sector, which have included working with all age groups in centre based care, administration, licencing, and as a faculty in an the ECE program at Fleming College. Susan’s professional interests include action research, supporting life- long learning and reflective practice.
Susan’s experience as a mentor in the College of ECE’s Leadership Pilot project inspired her to put her name forward in her district’s recent election. Susan was elected and is now a member of Council and a member of the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice and Election committees.
Susan is fascinated by human development across the life span and in all domains, and is currently a PhD student in the Human development and Applied Psychology department at OISE/UT.
This Professional Learning event is in collaboration with the City of Sudbury
You are not required to pay online at this time. Non Members registering for this event are asked to bring your registration fee of $5 on the day of the event.