The Early Years Learning Framework in Practice: Listening, Documenting and Designing Learning Session 4 (North)
Area of focus
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm Wed 16th Feb 2022
Tailrace Centre, 1 Waterfront Drive Riverside, 7250
Who should attend
Early Years Teachers and TA’s in Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, Prep, Grade 1, and Grade 2. Early Years Educators from Infants to Pre-Kindergarten. Staff using the Early Years Learning Framework.
Who is speaking
Second Launceston Face-to-Face Seminar
Independent Schools Tasmania is delighted to present a series of spaced, face-to-face, and online professional learning sessions with renowned early childhood education consultant David Gilkes, focusing on the Early Years Learning Framework and the planning cycle in practice.
These sessions will offer educators an opportunity to join with their colleagues and become more confident in their knowledge of the planning cycle, documentation, and the role of assessment.
Some of the topics to be explored will include:
- What is the EYLF planning cycle? Understandings, misconceptions, and possibilities.
- How do we notice, listen, document, and effectively collect data about children and alongside children?
- How do we understand and analyse the learning that is taking place?
- How do we design curriculums or programs for and with children?
- What practices do educators use to enhance learning?
- How do educators review or evaluate learning?
- Reflective practice – what is this and how do we do it in effective ways?
Using practice examples, we will refine the way we think about and use the planning cycle so that children’s learning is made more visible, and the task seems less overwhelming.
This will be a practical opportunity to ask questions and gain new ideas about how to plan for our student’s learning.
What you will learn
- 3: Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning.
- 3.6: Evaluate and improve teaching programs.
- 5: Assess, provide feedback and report on student learning.
- 5.1: Assess student Learning.
- 5.2: Provide feedback to students on their learning.
- 5.3: Make consistent and comparable judgements.
- 5.4: Interpret student data.
- 5.5: Report on student achievement.
- 6: Engage in professional learning.
- 6.3: Engage with colleagues and improve practice.
- 6.4: Apply professional learning and improve student learning.
This professional learning opportunity comprises four (4) individual sessions, with each session building upon the previous one. For this reason, participants are expected to attend all sessions in the series.
Registration from teachers and TA’s working for the Department of Education and Catholic Education Tasmania are warmly welcomed.
Terms and Conditions:
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