Kit McIntyre will introduce participants to the characteristics of autism identified in children.
Kohia Centre, Epsom Campus, University of Auckland
Literally a hands-on course where you will get everything you need to get started with learning this superb little instrument. We guarantee you will sing and play and laugh till it hurts and come away from this course desperate to get back to your team and show off your new skills. Ideal for anyone with an interest in providing musical experiences for children – no experience necessary! Course costs include Ukulele, tuner, resources and lunch.
This course runs from 9am-3pm.
Normal Price: $250
Yeah Baby! is a specialist conference concerned with the education and care of our infants from birth to three years of age. This one day conference runs from 9am-3pm on a Saturday, includes a packed lunch, trade fair, and seminar style presentations.
Rituals offer a sense of magic, awe, wonder and delight. For infants, toddlers and young children familiar and expected routines provide security and predictability to their day. This workshop will offer reflections between the humble routine and the sacred ritual and provide inspiration for ways we can enrich daily experiences for our young tamariki.
This course runs from 10am-1pm.
Normal Price: $90
Join teacher and designer Robin Christie for a thorough exploration of early childhood environment design. Overarching design principles for both indoor and outdoor learning spaces will be combined with practical ideas for leading change in your environment. From building natural playscapes to creating respectful nappy change spaces, from using Te Whāriki in design to the importance of risky play in human.
This course runs from 10am-4pm.
Normal Price: $195
This comprehensive course will cover a range of teaching practices and strategies that are developmentally respectful and responsive to the needs of infants and toddlers. We will unpack the characteristics of this age group and offer ideas for creating a thoughtful, creative and stimulating learning programme that celebrates children’s emerging interests. Research and literature will be disseminated through the lenses of brain development, attachment theory and relationship-based care and curriculum. We will also pay attention to how our environments and resources impact upon free movement and play for children and adults alike.
Neil is in worldwide demand for his knowledge and expertise as a teacher in working with students who have dyslexia and other learning difficulties.
Neil is particularly passionate about building teacher capability to support the learning for all children.
This seminar is suitable for all levels of education including secondary. It will be an interactive day with practical activities you can follow through with your students.
In past tours his seminars have sold out. Don't delay your booking.
Morning tea and lunch is provided - please advise if you have any special dietary requirements.
Book online through the website www.edushop.nz