Trusting Kids As Learners

Children are wired for learning–they are good at it, eager to do it, and driven to it. Yet, too often, they are not supported in leading their own learning. Based on ideas from our book, Let Them Play, this session is about trusting kids as learners and creating environments where they are empowered and supported in leading their learning.

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$18.00

Date And Time

This training takes place 11/30/2022 at 7:30 PM Central Time, USA.
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Length

60 Minutes


Learning Goals

Attendees will:

  • Understand why children should be supported in leading their own learning
  • Leave with ideas for creating more trusting early learning environments
  • Understand that curriculum should grow from the children’s interests and existing knowledge of the world

Trainer

Jeff A Johnson


Competency Area

  • Alabama | Learning Experiences And Enrichment / Child Development
  • Illinois | Curriculum Or Program Design
  • Michigan | Teaching And Learning
  • Missouri | Learning Environment And Curriculum
  • Nebraska | Planning Learning Experiences And Curriculum
  • Oklahoma | Learning Environments And Curriculum
  • South Dakota | Learning Environments
  • Wisconsin | Learning Experiences, Strategies, And Curriculum
  • CDA | Advancing Children’s Physical And Intellectual Development

 


Content Level

Beginner / Intermediate


Target Audience

  • Family Child Care Providers
  • Child Care Center Teachers
  • Child Care Center Directors
  • Head Start Teachers
  • Head Start Administrators
  • Early Head Start Teachers
  • Service Coordination Staff
  • Technical Assistance Specialists
  • Home Visitors
  • Parents

Age Group Focus

  • Infants (birth to 12 months)
  • Toddlers (12 months to 36 months)
  • Preschool (36 months to 5 years)
  • School-Age (5 years to 12 years)
  • Adult

National Administrator Credential Approved

No


 

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