Supporting School Age Educators as they return!

Save the Date! Join us for our Virtual School Age Conference! October 23, 2020

New Pedagogies for Deep Learning Recording - Cultivating Well being in Challenging Times Jean Clinton. Click here for the Recording

Click here to take the Mental Health Meter

Risky Play

Research found that risky play is associated with increased physical activity in children and the development of social behaviours, self-esteem and risk management skills. It did not find an increase in the number of reported injuries.

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Building on How Does Learning Happen?

This resource is designed to assist child care licensees and educators to re-visit How Does Learning Happen? Ontario’s Pedagogy for the Early Years (HDLH) which outlines the values, foundations and pedagogical approaches for early years settings, as the province reopens child care.

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A pedagogy of care: two experienced RECEs reflect on reopening 

Lorrie is the Executive Director of Pedagogy
at Compass Learning and Care in
Peterborough. She’s been a leader in the
profession for 35 years. With her passion
for pedagogy and reflective practice, Lorrie
was invited to be a contributing author for
the Ministry of Education’s Think, Feel,
Act: Lessons from research about young
children (2013).

Diane taught early childhood education
at both the degree and diploma level for
30 years. Now retired, she writes a blog
that explores pedagogy and curriculum
within the ECE profession. Dr. Kashin’s
most recent focus has been on the six
pedagogical approaches within the
Ministry of Education’s How does learning
happen? (2014)

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THRC Event Flyer - Save the Date - Part 1THRC Event Flyer with Jean Clinton and Mental Health Meter Part 2 THRC Event Flyer with Risky Play and Building on How Does Learning Happen - Part 3 THRC College of ECE Event Flyer with Diane Kashin and Lorrie Baird - Part 4

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