EYFS Seminar - Leading or Following: the complex role of the early childhood educator
Wednesday 20 March 2019 -
16:30 - 19:00
Crowndale Centre, 218 Eversholt Street, London, NW1 1BD
Who is this event for
These EYFS Seminars are open to everyone. Light refreshments will be provided.
What does this event cover This session will be:
reflect on the differences between adult-led and child-led learning – from the perspective of the adult and the child
consider why and how these two ways of learning should exist alongside each other in the classroom
explore how to observe and assess both adult-led and child-led learning and how to use those assessments to inform planning
examine the role of the adult in supporting and extending children’s thinking in both adult-led and child-led situations
observe DVD material to analyse how a range of practitioners make the most of both learning situations
About the trainer:
Julie Fisher is an independent Early Years Adviser and Visiting Professor of Early Childhood Education at Oxford Brookes University. She held the post of Early Years Adviser in Oxfordshire for 11 years, before which she was lecturer in early childhood education at the University of Reading.
To underpin her consultancy work, Julie draws on her own research projects which engage her in constant contact with practitioners and children in both schools and settings. She is author of numerous articles on early childhood education as well as her books Starting from the Child (2013-now in its 4th edition); The Foundations of Learning (2002); Moving On to Key Stage One (2010) and her recent best-selling book Interacting or Interfering? (2016). Julie has recently won the coveted Nursery World Lifetime Achievement Award for her contribution to early childhood education.
Julie is currently offering training and conference presentations on all aspects of Adult-Child Interaction; The Role of the Adult; Balancing adult-led and child-led learning; Transition from EYFS to KS1, and Classroom Management. In all her training she is able to draw on extensive DVD footage gathered during her research projects, to exemplify effective practice with children from 6 months to 6 years.
It would be highly beneficial to book both EYFS seminars as themes and strategies are linked giving participants a greater depth of understanding.
Who is this event for
SENDCOs in Primary and Secondary Schools.
What does this event cover
These meetings will support SENDCOs, Inclusion managers and deputy SENDCOs in their role.
We will draw on the expertise and skills in Camden schools (emphasising peer support) as well as on specialist services and teams.
We will cover issues such as improving outcomes for pupils with SEND, self-evaluation of SEND provision in schools, statutory requirements e.g. EHC Assessment and Plan, Annual Reviews, SEN funding, identification andassessment, planning, support from specialist services, Independent Support (SENDIASS), Interventions ' e.g. literacy, self-evaluation and improvement planning etc.
We will also be responsive to specific requests from SENDCOs.