Programming & Planning Part 1- 13th May 2021 | Programming & Planning Part 2 – 27th May 2021
There are many myths surrounding the observation and planning for children’s learning. This course is recommended for the new educator or those seeking a clearer understanding of the planning cycle in the context of the quality standards and learning frameworks.
In the first of two workshops we shall look at how the service philosophy, frameworks principles and practices relate to each other through the cycle of planning to develop meaningful and enjoyable intentional teaching plans. Come prepared to get back to what matters and how the cycle of planning can be a very useful tool to make your job a lot easier.
In the second workshop of Programming and Planning we take a closer look at the secrets found in children’s learning to create a valuable learning plan. This course is recommended for educators looking for guidance to assist deeper analysis of learning, planning to develop. meaningful and enjoyable intentional teaching plans as well as using learning outcomes.
We uncover the elements needed to capture those all important play cues of children, as well as detailed analysis using the learning outcomes and your relationship with children to make for a more engaging curriculum plan to meet the needs of developing children.
- Identify the sector principles and practices that drive curriculum
- How personal beliefs and service philosophy contribute to learning
- What, How and When of documentation
- Essential elements for quality programming
- Using your knowledge of children for key learning outcomes
- Individual vs Group learning goals
- Interpreting information for quality curriculum planning
Links to NQS: QA1, QA3, QA5 and QA7
Participants must complete Programming & Planning Part 1 in order to enrol & complete Programming & Planning Part 2.