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Am I Doing This Right?

$35.00$300.00

Educator Training - Online Training, Early Childhood, OOSH, All Educator Levels, Educator Wellbeing

Educator Training empowering educators in topics such as: intentional teaching, interactions & supervision, curriculum, planning, reflective practice and more.

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1hr 20mins 

As Early Childhood Educators we are constantly bombarded with new information and it can often leave our heads spinning. Sometimes we find ourselves wondering: “Am I doing this right?”

Margaret empowers educators to make good decisions surrounding what they do by examining some of the misconceptions that are commonly held about early childhood education and care practices.

Margaret discusses topics such as: intentional teaching, interactions and supervision, curriculum, planning, reflective practice and more.

About the Trainer: Margaret Vassallo – Children First Training

Margaret Vassallo - Children First Training Manager

Margaret began working in the Early Childhood sector in 1993. As she revelled in working with children as an Early Childhood Teacher in long day care, preschools and occasional care, she has also enjoyed Director roles, and now specialises in Educator Training and Quality Assurance.

Margaret’s specialties as an Early Education Trainer are play, planning, reflective practice, continuous improvement, leadership and all things NQS and EYLF. She loves working with teams to strive for quality care and education for children.

 

Learn more about Margaret here.

Educator feedback: 

 “I really enjoyed the video with the 5 strategies for engaging with children (serve and return)”

 

 

Additional information

Who will be accessing this training?

Individual viewing, Team viewing (watching together), Team training (5-9 staff accessing training at different times), Team training (10-14 staff accessing training at different times), Team training (15-20 staff accessing training at different times)

Children First Training acknowledges the traditional custodians and their continued connections to Country and culture throughout Australia.
We pay our respect to these diverse communities and to Elders both past, present and emerging.

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