- 4 November 2021
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION: . Incorporating new activities and experiences based on children’s interests and needs can be a challenge in Infant Toddler settings. Discover how one source of inspiration can inspire activities in your program. Learn great ideas for adding interactive, creative hands-on learning opportunities for Infants and Toddlers.
Presenter Julie Hansen: I have been an Early Childhood Educator for 20 years, having received my Diploma in Early Childhood Education from Douglas College. Since then, I have gained experience in a variety of areas within the field of Early Childhood Education: Director of a preschool, supervisor of after-school care as well as 3-5 and Infant Toddler programs and centre management. My primary focus has evolved to encompass team leadership, management training and program development. I have had articles published in provincial and national ECE journals on the topic of emergent curriculum and leadership. My goal as an Early Childhood Educator and facilitator is to support fellow educators and early years professionals in providing high-quality early learning experiences for children and families.
Regions: Bowen Island, Cedar Village, Central Lonsdale, City of North Vancouver, City of North Vancouver, District of North Vancouver, Grand Boulevard, Lower Lonsdale, Mahon, Marine - Hamilton, Mission, Moodyville, Tempe, West Vancouver, Westview,
Service Types: Education, Families & Youth,