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ECTA AGM 2020 & WEBINAR
November 25 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
ECTA AGM & WEBINAR
Wednesday 25 November 4pm to 5:30pm followed by Webinar (see details below)
(The AGM will be followed by he November webinar) MEETING ID is the same for webinar and AGM. (ID and password will be sent once you register)
All Individual, Concessional and Student Members of ECTA are able to attend the AGM. If you are unable to attend please, submit a Proxy Form (below) so we can ensure a quorum. Please note that our constitution states to vote or send a proxy you must be a 2020 Individual, Concessional or Student member.
ECTA members may nominate for the following committees State Coordinating Committee, Journal Committee and/or Conference Committee.
Specific Roles within committees will be decided at first meeting.
To nominate for a position on the State Coordinating Committee you need to be a qualified and registered Early Childhood Teacher and ECTA member for at least three years.
To nominations for the Journal and Conference Committees you need to be an Individual, Concessional or student member of ECTA.
Conference and State Coordinating committees meet online via ZOOM in the evenings once per month. Journal committee meets face to face in Brisabane several times per year with online joining option. Committee members commit to attending meetings and taking on various roles and jobs as required.
SUBMIT FORMS BELOW BEFORE 11 NOVEMBER
When you submit either form below an email is sent directly to ECTA with answers. Specific roles on each committee will be distributed at the first meeting.
ONLY Individual ECTA MEMBERS who are registered EC Teachers are able to vote or send in Proxy Forms.
Being an Individual member of the Early Childhood Teachers’ Association, who is a registered Early Childhood Qualified Teacher, I hereby appoint Kim Walters of Gympie, or failing her, Lisa Cooper of Wondunna as my proxy, to vote for me on my behalf at the Annual General meeting of the Early Childhood Teachers’ Association Inc., to be held on the 25th day of November 2020, and at any adjournment thereof. This form is to be use in favour of approving the President/committee reports; financial reports, auditor’s report; election of members of the management committee, constitutional changes and appointment of auditor.
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST NOMINATE TO JOIN A COMMITTEE
Webinar (starting at 5pm – 6:30pm) after AGM
See a child differently and you will see a different child.
Children’s developmental differences are often expressed as challenging behaviours. What can you do? with Maureen Hawke
OUTLINE: How regular daily movement activities promote optimal child development and assist in the management of challenging behaviours. Learning Connections programs provide fun movement activities that are suitable for groups of young children. The activities help calm and focus children and assist them to become more settled and co-operative. They also enhance the child’s neurological development, physical skills, confidence, problem solving and socialisation skills. Using empirical and anecdotal evidence, this presentation highlights how movement programs can improve children’s learning and behaviour in the early years.
ATSIL – Standard 1, 4 & 7
ACECQA – National Standards Quality Area 1, 2 & 5
Age Applicable: Toddlers (1.5 – 3.5 year olds), Kindergarten (3.5 – 4.5 year olds), Prep (4.5 – 5.5 year olds)