- Aug 31 2023
- 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Rethinking Childhood Interactions in Natural Spaces
In this workshop participants use an inquiry-based approach to rethink how Early Childhood Educators generally interact in garden spaces, on walks and in other natural spaces. The purpose of this workshop is to support educators in extending beyond consumeristic “interest” based programming in nature to inquiry-based programming that is ethical, respectful and considerate of natural spaces.
Ana is a proud mother of three, a children’s book author, and the founder of Early Years Thriving. Ana has worked in various capacities within the early years field since 2007. Ana has experience working with a diversity of children and families with complex needs using inclusive and trauma-informed approaches. The main purpose of Ana’s work is to inspire positive change in the early years field by helping adult caregivers to think about the various ways in which they can help their children thrive.
Suitable for all early learning professionals and parents.
Pro D Certificate: Yes, 2 hours.
- Capacity: Spaces Available