CESA Re-imagining Childhood 0-18Learning and the image of the child
Professor Carla Rinaldi
As Professor Carla Rinaldi stated, ‘South Australia has an amazing opportunity to THINK and REFLECT ON early childhood as a new source that can inspire a big cultural, philosophical and economic change and that by working together with Reggio Children…we can develop a system that can guarantee continuity of learning from 0-99; a holistic approach related to research on human development and neuroscience, learning by doing, learning how to learn with an approach where we do not separate the body and the mind’.
What are the principles of the Reggio Emilia Educational approach?
How are the people of Reggio Emilia working together to develop a system for continuity of learning 0-99?
What are some of the implications and opportunities offered by the research on human development and neuroscience for teaching and learning?
This seminar provides participants with an opportunity to reflect on the principles and the educational approach of Reggio Emilia in relation to their schools, children and families and to consider issues and possibilities for schools and educators in the contemporary world and with the contemporary child and family.
Teachers, school leaders, co-educators and Catholic Education Office staff
DATE & TIME
Tuesday 21 July 2015, 10:00 to 12:00
Catholic Education Office Conference Centre
116 George Street, THEBARTON SA 5031
Morning tea will be provided
Parking is available at the Queen of Angels Church
Thursday 16 July 2015
AITSL AUSTRALIAN PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS FOR TEACHERS INCLUDE
- Standard 1: Know students and how they learn (1.3)
- Standard 2: Know the content and how to teach it (2.6)
- Standard 7: Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/caregivers and the community (7.1)
Phone 8301 6641