|Literacy Rich Environments: Creating Spaces to Foster Children’s Expression||November 1, 2017
|Language-rich environments, both indoors and outdoors, can create optimal conditions for children’s personal expressions of meaning: “What do I know? What am I thinking? What am I curious about?” How might Educators create expressive environments that are catalysts for children’s inquiry, play, and discovery in relationships with materials and other people? This workshop explores how experiences indoors and outdoors build authentic language connections, and how teachers act as “creator of the environment as a third teacher” (Edwards, 2012, p. 149) by advocating for experiences that foster rich language.
**To be added to a waitlist, please email [email protected]**
The Halton Resource Connection
410 Bronte St. South, Milton
Facilitator: Barbara Harrison, RECE, AECEO.C
THRC Member: $5
Submit your booking information below to register.
October 18, 2017
This event is fully booked.