|A Can of Worms – Book Club Series||November 2, 9, 16 & 30, 2021
6:30pm – 7:30pm
“Toddlers ask big, bold questions every day. Teachers and caregivers give shape to the world as they respond to those questions. The conversation unfolds in an electric moment – an awkward, exciting, bewildering moment. We may be surprised or taken aback, but the disequilibrium is a gift. With courage and care, we can connect with children at the level of curiosity and meaning. Written with trust in the wisdom and capacity of young children and the adults who care for them, and with belief in what is possible when children and adults come together in these electric moments, A Can of Worms is a guide and support for celebrating these most important conversations. Have no fear! Take a deep breath, and respond.” – Child Care Exchange
Join us as we delve into deep meaningful conversations about relationships, identity, social justice, and our evolution as Educators as we support children in honouring their authentic questions and curiosities.
Book to be picked up at 410 Bronte St S. Milton before the session.
Facilitated by: Denise MacDougal, (RECE) Pedagogy Leader & Bibi Mohammed, (B.A. M.ED.) Diversity Inclusion Specialist
If this session is full, e-mail [email protected] to be put on the waitlist.
Online via Zoom
Members: $15Non-Members: $25Includes a Book
October 28, 2021
You will receive a ZOOM link from [email protected], on the day of the event.
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Bookings are closed for this event.