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Webinar presented by Rosalba Bortolotti

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Collaborated Curriculum Planning

Children construct their own knowledge through a carefully planned curriculum that emerges and builds on the children’s current knowledge. The curriculum can’t be planned without keeping the child’s interests and needs in mind. In this webinar participants are invited to explore what it means to provide curriculum for young children with intent, collaboration, and with research. Teaching and learning becomes a relationship in which the educator listens and observes closely to help understand the child’s learning and thinking. During close observations, the educator is able to step into meaningful and intention in planning and implementing curriculum along side children.

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Rosalba Bortolotti is an educational consultant with over 25 years experience in early childhood education and research. Inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach, Rosalba continues to work and study with teachers, consultants, families, schools and organizations throughout different communities, the province and Canada. Rosalba is the owner and founder of Acorn Collaborative Consulting operating since 2005 and the previous owner of Acorn School. She brings her professionalism, experience and research as continuous learning with others, educators, children, and families. Rosalba is an educator, artist, researcher, mentor, collaborator, leader, and lifelong learner. She brings her journey as continuous learning with others, building on relationships, collaborating, dialoguing, and creating deeper thinking study groups. Her goal is to continue to advocate for early learning, educators, families, and children. Rosalba continues to visit the municipal infant-toddler and preschools of Reggio Emilia to continue with pedagogical documentation and learning. She has also worked as a lead teacher the Seneca Lab School and part time professor in the School of Early Childhood Education at Seneca College.

Using our current times with new program directions and reconnecting, we will investigate art experiences with innovative and creative methods.

For more information about this training and other professional development and training opportunities offered by York Region, please visit our Eventbrite Page or email capacitybuilding@york.ca.

York Region Integrated Children’s Services

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