Observation for Decision-Making Purposes In our daily work, we observe children all the time – but how are we observing, and for what purpose? Knowing what to look for, and the
Observation for Decision-Making Purposes
In our daily work, we observe children all the time – but how are we observing, and for what purpose? Knowing what to look for, and the possibilities for responding to what we see and hear, is a crucial part of inquiry-based curriculum, play-based practice, and the building of responsive and meaningful teaching and learning.
In Module 5, educators and leaders will:
Learn about ‘ways of noticing’ that are useful and useable during our daily work, together with varied methods of taking notes and photos.
Think through what we are looking for, and how to use the information that we have collected.
Connect these approaches to the framework in natural and authentic ways, using our relationships with children as one of the cornerstones of our work.
Additionally, leaders will learn how to support this type of observation, develop systems that work, and model the development of responsive programming.
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-5-tickets-167070716009
November 30 (Tuesday) 6:30 pm - December 2 (Thursday) 8:30 pm