• A two and half hour online session via Zoom.
• $400 per person (includes GST)

This workshop aims to inspire and upskill early years practitioners working with children 0-5 years and their families.

The workshop uses the latest neuroscience research to explain the fundamentals of brain development and how everyday interactions with young children can be modified to support enriched learning experiences.
Participants learn about the latest research on early childhood brain development, how language and literacy skills develop and a wide range of practical tips to build confidence in choosing and using books and songs. They also receive tools to evaluate the effectiveness of their current children’s sessions/programs and consider new ideas to positively and effectively engage with families in the community.
Developed in consultation with the South Australian Department for Education (formerly DECD) and The COAG Education Council (formerly SCSEEC), topics covered include:
  • How the brain develops through use
  • Building blocks for speech and language
  • The importance of being engaged and doing
  • Books as a springboard to play
  • Tips for picture walks and storytelling
Each participant receives an educators toolkit containing picture books and supporting documentation that provides a range of practical and ready-to-use resources to support story and playtime literacy-based activities.
This workshop is offered on the Victorian School Readiness Menu of Evidence.
ENROL ONLINE NOW – Use your own personal email account to register.
A confirmation email with the workshop online link will be sent to the registered email address.
An invoice will be sent to the organisation.

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