There are so many ways that we can empower ourselves and others. As educators we role model communication and collaboration. Sharing ideas and points of view will assist in strategies in the curriculum. This realistic and hands on workshop will offer just that! Share your voice!!!!
Resiliency and compassion impacts the children and their brain development. Planning a curriculum with intention and effective communication will be the highlight of this workshop. Acknowledging the children's need for expression and how you support their ideas will lead to a more peaceful and focused curriculum
Community and Conversations are the focus of our work with children. How you support these two very important opportunities is done strategically. This workshop will focus on how to empower the children in your group to brainstorm, problem solve and create a meaningful program with you!
Taking care of ourselves is one of the most important gifts that we can give to children. We will explore why we communicate the way that we do to the children in our care, how to best understand the power of our messages to ourselves and it's impact on healthy relationships with the children and the way we program. School age children are incredibly industrious, we need to allow them to shine and have an opportunity to self reflect and plan.
Parenting can offer us a lot of joy and harmony. It can also leave us feeling frustrated and confused about why our children behave a certain way. This workshop will empower the parents with a basic understanding of child development and how to best communicate with their child. It is for parents with all ages of children.
School age children have a lot of experiences and challenges. How we show up to support them results in how they will show up later in life. They require mentors and connection! This workshop will offer ways to communicate and acknowledge young children
During this workshop, the participants will explore various ways at using “Circle or Group” time to collaborate, share and focus on the individual and group needs of the children. Gone are the days where we used calendars and talked only about the weather. Social interactions, having a point of view and being a part of a community where all are heard will be shared during this hands on and engaging workshop
During this hands-on workshop participants will review their image of the child, create a plan based on this image and learning outcomes for the children. Social competence, communication, general knowledge and emotional maturity will be highlighted to strengthen our community’s needs. Let’s prepare children for life with the skills needed to impact a healthy and compassionate community!
Creativity is something that we are born with. Children ultimately are inspired by the experiences, people, places and things that are around them. Currently we are seeing children and adults struggling with emotional maturity and communication skills. During this hands-on workshop, we will look at ways to enhance a deeper connection to programming that fosters creativity and imagination. Come prepared to share, collaborate and plan. We will reference the Early Learning Framework.
Identifying where children are developmentally allows for the educator to plan purposefully for the children in their care. Eric Erikson’s stage of development and Importance of healthy attachments will be reviewed
Supporting Resiliency in your children Understanding “why” behaviours and how to best plan for children supports healthy child development and community
The educators will explore howto ask Open ended expression, Encourages children to communicate to one another ~
they will Establish boundaries and limits that make sense to the children ~ by planning meaningful opportunities for the children to help support behaviors exhibited by the children.
This workshop will explore your image of the child, programming around the goals and interests inspired by your image. We will also look at how you can utilize routines and transitions to help support your image and implement documentation to enhance the sense of belonging in the class room.
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This workshop will explore why and how Responsive curriculum is supportive to healthy child development. We will explore our own deeper learning and how children will be the main focus of your planning. This hands on workshop will empower and inspire you to collaborate and observe the children in your programs from a different lens.
This hands‐on workshop supports the interest of school aged children and allows for projects to be determined, researched, explored by the children thus supporting them to be leaders and to have a voice. The educators are the facilitators and will celebrate the competence and ideas that the children share. Let’s strengthen their emoƟonal connecƟon to the community today!
Inspiration comes from the environment! How to you utilize the environment to support and elevate the children's learning, development and social emotional outcomes?
This hands on workshop will offer you ways to explore your creativity and inspire those around you.
During this workshop the participants will review how the children can have open ended expression within the classroom and how we can empower the children to communicate with one another. The participants will learn how to establish boundaries and limits that make sense to the children . Positive reinforcements and logical consequences will also be reviewed along with supporting resiliency in your children
When children are offered the opportunity to take lead and own their ideas, they are left feeling a part of something bigger and more important. Community! This workshop will inspire you to support the school age child in a industrial more competent way.
This workshop will explore your image of the child, programming around the goals and interests inspired by that image. We will also look at how you can utilize routines and transitions to help support your image and implement documentation to enhance the sense of belonging in the class room.
When we allow young children to show up as curious and competent, then we can plan an intentional program that supports healthy child development - Paula Milbradt
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"Loved the workshop. Was so much fun and creative. Paula was a good presenter."
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