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The art of teaching is all about

August 24, 2021 - October 27, 2021

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KU Children's Services

 

The art of teaching is all about

 

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This popular series is designed to influence the learning environment for children and educators. The sessions on offer will inspire, provoke, and provide participants with practical ideas for engaging with children across curriculum areas. This year we take the event online, providing a space for everyone to participate no matter their location.

 


 

Part 5: Responding to children’s interests and curiosities through the visual arts
Presented by Jacquie Bolt
Date: Tuesday 24 August
Time: 4.00pm – 5.30pm

The arts play a vital role in helping children to understand their world and make sense of their experiences. It is a way for children to communicate their thinking and feelings in multiple ways. In this session we discuss:

  • Identifying children’s interests and curiosities
  • Giving children agency to lead
  • Providing the scaffolding

 


 

Part 6: Combining nature and art sustainably for a well world
Presented by KU Professional Learning Team
Date: Tuesday 21 September
Time: 4.00pm – 5.30pm

The arts offer many opportunities to illuminate your voice for a sustainable planet. Join this session as we explore how art can facilitate the interconnectedness we have with our world. This is a Zoom meeting and we ask you to bring your playful self.

 


 

Part 7: Museums programs to ignite early childhood teaching and learning
Presented by Dr Sarah Young
Date: Wednesday 27 October
Time: 4.00pm – 5.30pm

This webinar is for early childhood educators and will focus on how museums and galleries are places to ignite and develop early childhood curriculum. These cultural institutions provide opportunities for children to engage with novel artefacts that have the potential to develop specific and detailed understandings of various concepts. Join Sarah to explore how museums and galleries offer children and teachers specific artefacts that can transform early childhood programs.

This event is suitable for all early childhood professionals

 

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