The Image of the Child ‘A person’s Image of the Child….is influenced by that person’s experiences, culture, values and beliefs’ (N.S Early Learning Curriculum Framework, p11). This statement about the Image of
The Image of the Child
‘A person’s Image of the Child….is influenced by that person’s experiences, culture, values and beliefs’ (N.S Early Learning Curriculum Framework, p11).
This statement about the Image of the Child from the curriculum framework is foundational for the practices described within the document. In this module, we will use reflection and dialogue to work through our own images of children and how these are made visible in our day to day interactions, routines, decision-making, and responses to children.
We will address – through experiences and dialogue – the questions: What is your ‘Image of the Child’? Why does this image matter? How do our images and practices align with the Framework? What difference does it make to our daily practice? How does the Image of the Child affect the role of an educator or leader?
- articulate their Image of the Child, taking into account their own centre’s philosophies and values.
- understand how their own childhood experiences, family background, spiritual and cultural values, as well as experiences as an adult and educator, influence their images of children.
- improve awareness of what they see and understand in their approaches with children, and recognize how their images of children shape their ECE practices.
You must attend both evenings to receive a certificate.
To register, click the link: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/nscc-cumberland-capable-confident-curious-module-2-tickets-310675507807
24 (Tuesday) 6:30 pm - 26 (Thursday) 8:30 pm
Online via Zoom
Online via Zoom