I’m really excited by our team’s ECEONLINE Conference coming up in November. So is the rest of the CORE Early Year’s team. Here’s why:-
Facilitating a two-day online conference is something new for us, but builds on the success of our online workshops. We have been thrilled to have had such a good response to the workshops. Now, we hope to replicate this, and even more in an online conference.
We’ve called it Whakarauitakia mai Aotearoa— ECEONLINE Conference – an online conference for anyone interested in early years education. We are therefore inviting parents, early childhood teachers, primary teachers, health nurses, teachers in training and administrators. With a mix like this, there will be some great discussion happening!
Our facilitators are speaking on their areas of expertise with topics including:
- Digital storytelling
- Meaningful maths
- PMP programmes supporting the transition to school
- Identity, language and culture
- Social competence
- Teaching boys
- Working theories
We are also extremely fortunate to have Naketa Ikihele from Play and Learn speaking about their Kiwi Explorer’s outdoor education programme, which has proved to be a popular workshop.
The conference is going to offer opportunity for teachers to connect with other teachers from around New Zealand and the world. We anticipate that these connections and conversations will continue long after the conference though our ECEONLINE community and discussions with our colleagues.
So you can see why our team is buzzing with excitement from the feedback we have had so far in regards to our conference.
Come and join us at our first online conference and be part of the conversations!
Want more information?
- Want to know more about Whakarauikatia mai Aotearoa? Visit our ECE Online conference page
- Want to know more about ECE Online? Visit the ECE Online website
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