|Date||Thu 10 May 2018|
|Venue||Your computer or regional group gathering (Check regional groups for locations and if participating)|
Wednesday 10 May
Age range taught: Toddlers - Prep
This workshop will include new ideas on play-based learning experiences to engage children with additional needs and inspire educators. Jane's presentation is designed to challenge traditional views of working with children with additional needs and to showcase how the EYLF and play-based curriculum approach can lead to successful outcomes for students, particularly those with autism and global development delay. This presentation will explore the challenges students and teachers face in early childhood education classrooms and include practical strategies for setting up the classroom and developing engaging learning experiences.
Jane Goodfellow is an early childhood special needs teacher and has also been working as a tertiary lecturer in education for the last 20 years. Jane's early childhood work is as a part-time Pre-K teacher with children with autism and is experiencing success in her student's learning and development through a play-based curriculum. Being profoundly deaf herself, Jane recognises the unique communication and academic needs of young children with additional needs and is committed to sharing this knowledge with her professional network.
Australian Professional Standards for Teachers: 1,3
NQS Quality Areas: 1
Training ID: 425-887-932
Regional group members should contact their regional group to confirm if they are holding a group viewing.
$0 ECTA Members
$20 Non-members (re recommend you join ECTA)
$0 Regional group viewings
EDUCATION QUEENSLAND STAFF PLEASE NOTE
EQ STAFF - IT SUPPORT MUST UNBLOCK YOUR EQ EMAIL ADDRESS TO ALLOW YOU TO ACCESS THIS WEBINAR (details at link below)
IF YOU ARE NOT UNBLOCKED WE RECOMMEND YOU USE A PERSONAL EMAIL AND LOGIN OFF SITE