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Being Culturally Diverse

Area of focus

Early Years

When

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Tue 7th May 2024

Where

Hobart Venue TBC / Streamed live to participants outside of Hobart

Who should attend

  • Early Years Educators.
  • Pre-Kindergarten Teachers.
  • Kindergarten Teachers.
  • Prep - Grade 2 Teachers.
  • TA's working in Pre-Kinder - Grade 2.

Who is speaking

Mark Seager and Helen Ransom
AN EXCEED K-2 LEARNING COMMUNITY EVENT


How to cultivate deep respect for, and knowledge of, the cultural diversity of the broader community in the educational program, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures?


Join Mark Seager and Guest Presenter Helen Ransom, as as we explore how to to create and nurture a genuinely culturally inclusive classroom and instil in our students a deep respect for, and knowledge of, the cultural diversity of the broader community, with a specific focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures?


About Guest Presenter Helen Ransom


Helen is a strong, proud palawa woman with a deep connection to Country on my homelands of lutruwita. Helen helps to create environments which reflect and showcase Aboriginal Tasmania with dignity and authenticity.


This session will be face-to-face in Hobart and streamed live to all other registered participants.

Early Childhood Educators (Infants to Grade 2) should seek not only to meet best practice but to exceed it. To do this, educators must ensure that their practice is embedded in their daily operations, informed by critical reflection, and shaped by meaningful engagement with families and the broader community.


Held in Term 1, Term 2 and Term 3, The Exceed K-2 Learning Community Events will be held on-line and face-to—face simultaneously. Designed to foster a culture of professional learning and growth, each network event will aim to deepening teaching and learning expertise by increasing each participants capacity to reflect, develop skills and knowledge, collaborate and in turn improve children wellbeing and learning. Be informed by research about day-to-day program elements that optimise children’s learning and development.


What you will learn

This professional learning will include content that falls within the following AITSL Standards and/or the National Quality Standard:

AITSL FOCUS AREAS

  • 1.2
  • 1.5
  • 1.6
  • 2.2
  • 3.1
  • 3.2
  • 3.4
  • 4.1
  • 4.2
  • 4.4
  • 6.2
  • 6.3
  • 7.4

Click link below for a copy of the AITSL Standards:

AITSL STANDARDS




NATIONAL QUALITY STANDARD ELEMENTS:

  • 1.1.3
  • 7.2.3

Click link below for a copy of the National Quality Standard:

NATIONAL QUALITY STANDARD



Important information

Cancellation:

If you have registered for this event (see Terms and Conditions below) and are subsequently unable to attend, we ask that you advise us of your absence as soon as possible.

For this session, please email any such notice of cancellation to: mseager@ist.tas.edu.au

Terms and Conditions:

All participants are required to individually register to attend this session. If you do not register for the event you will not receive a certificate of attendance.

Registration Confirmation:

For any issues receiving your registration confirmation please check your spam/junk folder, for further assistance please email professionallearning@ist.tas.edu.au

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