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Learn about Emergent Curriculum in this two-session Workshop

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Workshop: Emergent Curriculum & Long-Term Projects

Date: March 21, 28, 2022

Time: 6:30 - 8:30 pm PT

Location: online - Zoom

Frog Hollow’s Childcare Programs have been exploring Emergent Curriculum for the past 15 years. We invite you to join us on this two-session workshop as we share our learnings over the years:

• What is emergent curriculum

• What is the role of pedagogical documentation in emergent curriculum

• How do long-term projects take shape

Day 1 – Understanding Pedagogical Documentation

Day 2 – From Inquiries to Long-Term projects

About the facilitator:

As the Director of the Reggio-Inspired Learning Centre, Maryam Naddaf works closely with Frog Hollow educators, children and their families in designing curriculum; she takes part in professional development opportunities for Frog Hollow educators, and facilitate and organize workshops, tours, consultation services and roundtables for the Early Childhood Education and Early Years communities.

  • Certificates of Professional Development hours will be provided
  • Registration opens at 6:15 pm

Questions? Contact: maryam@froghollow.bc.ca OR 604-817-2491

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Organizer Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House Reggio-Inspired Learning Centre

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At Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House's Reggio-Inspired Learning Centre, it is our intent to share our thoughts and reflections and to provide leadership and training regarding the Reggio Emilia approach with our community. We work in partnership with individuals and organizations inspired by this approach and hope to become a place to bring together ongoing, meaningful dialogues that create knowledge, inspire and advocate for the rights of children as active citizens of today. 

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