AudienceEarly childhood professional
Next IntakeOn demand
FeesDET Fully Subsidised
A webinar series designed to extend your knowledge and understanding of best practice teaching and learning for children taking part in learning from home.
You will explore a range of approaches and strategies to do with:
- getting started with remote learning
- maintaining relationships with families and children
- adapting programs and learning plans to be delivered remotely
- supporting children and families experiencing vulnerability.
All webinars were recorded by Anthony Semann from Semann & Slattery in April and May 2020.
Designed for early childhood teachers and educators delivering a funded kindergarten program who are supporting learning from home.
Each webinar runs for approximately 30 minutes and will explore a range of strategies for supporting learning from home.
Getting started with remote learning
Consider how to get started with home learning, including:
- where to start
- connecting with families and creating shared understanding
- the importance of your values and teaching philosophy in supporting learning from home.
Maintaining relationships with families and children
Explore strategies for maintaining relationships with families and children, including:
- having conversations with families around children’s learning
- continuing conversations with children
- supporting children’s connections with one another.
Adapting programs and learning plans to be delivered remotely
Consider how you can adjust programs to support continuity of learning, including:
- partnering with families in children’s learning
- planning for learning by applying what you already know about the children in your program
- making good use of your existing resources.
Supporting children and families experiencing vulnerability
Consider how to support children and families experiencing vulnerability, including:
- encouraging children’s attendance and participation in educational programs
- strengthening partnerships with other professionals
- maintaining connections and being flexible in approaches to communicating with families.