You are invited to view our FREE WEBINAR "Introduction to an interpretation of the key principles of Reggio Emilia." In this brief 30 minute introduction, Deborah offers an overview of the key principles of the Reggio Emilia Educational Project, as her own interpretation of the work undertaken in the infant and toddler centres and preschools of Reggio Emilia, Italy for your consideration.

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Short courses and webinars

Our short courses, presentations and webinars will be suitable for a range of interests and expertise, and designed for the novice early childhood professional through to the experienced teacher. We are using an external Learning Management System (LMS) called Canvas to ensure that our content is presented in a professional and easy-to-manage platform.

 

All courses are self-paced, so you can login whenever you please. Each course now has open access. There are discussion boards for sharing ideas and challenges with other participants and Deborah. We also have a Live Chat with Deborah in each course and if you can't make it, it is recorded and available for 2 weeks.

 

We are so very excited to be moving our work in to this space and hope you will find it a useful tool for on-going professional learning opportunities.

On completion all participants will receive a Certificate of Attainment for their professional learning portfolios


ALL COURSES NOW "ON DEMAND"

 

- start and finish when you are ready!


SERIES 1: Translating Reggio Emilia

(a series of four short courses)

This series explores an introduction to the ideas that have been shared with the international community through the work of the teachers, educators and children in Reggio Emilia. It is an opportunity to work with Dr Deborah Harcourt in an online learning community, to discuss and debate what the principles might mean in other contexts.

The series includes these four short courses that build on to each other:

  1. REP101: An interpretation of the key principles of the Reggio Emilia Educational Project
  2. REP102: Working with the competent child
  3. REP103: Building relationships with people, spaces and materials
  4. REP104: Meaningful observations to support teaching and learning

Each individual short course is NOW open in our Learning Management System - Canvas.

Download
Flyer for online 2018 .pdf
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Your investment

Time: Approximately 5 hours on and off line per short course

Money (Australian Dollars):

For each short course PER PERSON

$75 (non members) $50 (members) 

OR

For the series of four short courses PER PERSON

$175 (non members) $125 (members) 

Enrol here (click on the series or course)

FULL Series 1: Translating Reggio Emilia (contains all four short courses)  

OR 


SERIES 2: Re-imagining educational documentation

(a series of four short courses)

 This series focuses on educational documentation as a way of informing intentional teaching and learning practices based on the key principles of the Reggio Emilia Educational Project. Again, participants will have an opportunity to work closely with Dr Deborah Harcourt, and other course participants, to contextualise thinking around the important tools of listening and planning in a thoughtful and playful environment.  

The series is made up of four short courses that build on each other, and includes:

  1. ED201: An introduction to educational documentation
  2. ED202: Giving visibility to teaching and learning
  3. ED203: Expressive languages and children's thinking
  4. ED204: Linking documentation and assessment

Each course is NOW open in our online Learning Management System - Canvas.

Download
Flyer for online 2018 .pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 732.1 KB

Your investment: 

Time: Approximately 5 hours on and off line per short course 

Money (Australian Dollars):

For each short course PER PERSON

$75 (non members) $50 (members) 

OR

For the series of four courses PER PERSON

$175 (non members) $125 (members)

Enrol here (click on the series or course)

FULL Series 2: Re-imagining educational documentation  (contains all four short courses)

OR


Children's Rights Education:  Enrolments now open

This 12 week course is for all professionals who work with children and closely examines the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC, 1989) and its implications for professional practice. It has a particular focus on the participation rights of children and young people, and children’s rights will be explored in relation to decision-making and advocacy to strengthen understandings of the Convention and its implications for professional practices (starts online 9 July 2018).

 

Course content includes:

  • Introducing children's rights, its history and background
  • The elements of provision, participation and protection for children and young people
  • Citizenship and participation
  • Engaging children and young people in research
  • Children's rights in your own context

 Your investment:

Time: Approximately 12 weeks on and off line (equivalent to one university semester or 2-3 hours a week)

Money: Special introductory rate

$425 (non members usually $525) $285 (members usually $385)