At APECC we have been working for a number of years on ways in which we could translate the principles of the Reggio Emilia Educational Project in to other contexts. After trialling our approach - Planning for the possible: An inquiry curriculum for educators and children - in a range of settings across Australia and the SE Asian region, we are now ready to launch our eBook series, podcasts and a facilitated online platform for dialogue & debate as an affordable virtual package for early childhood educators across the globe.
In this sequence of professional learning, we offer you a possibility to think differently about you practice through:
Registration can be found at the bottom of the page.
Our four part eBook series follows a sequential process to unpacking our interpretation of planning and inquiry curriculum based on the principles of the Reggio Emilia Educational Project. Each offers practical examples, suggested team tasks, simple templates, lots of photographs and a great deal of 'food for thought'! Examples are mainly drawn from settings Deborah works with, but also from the Boulder Journey School and other exemplary contexts. The eBook series and the podcasts follow the same structure to learning as the face to face Thinker - in - Residence program.
We currently have 46 complementary podcasts by Deborah to support you as you unpack each of the eBooks. These are hosted on our Learning Management System, which you will have access to and we add to these as questions and suggestions arise from our participants.
In the series so far we have:
In addition to our ebooks and podcasts, we also have a dedicated forum in our learning management system we have called our 'Atelier of dialogue and debate'. Borrowing from our colleagues in Reggio Emilia, this initiative works from the premise that an atelier is a space for thinking, reflecting, learning, investigating, questioning and collaborating. We hope you will enjoy sharing with other early childhood professionals, along with Deborah, as you unpack our Planning for the possible: An inquiry curriculum for educators and children.
Includes our four part ebook, access to all podcasts and our atelier of dialogue and debate platform facilitated by
Dr Deborah Harcourt
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As part of a strategic approach to developing a professional learning community, with a commitment to grow teachers as leaders and ensure a research culture, I was pleased to invite Dr Deborah Harcourt to pilot her PLANNING FOR THE POSSIBLE ideas (as part of her Re-configuring Quality Project) to facilitate and evaluate change over a three-year period (January 2014-December 2017).
This collaboration honed our critical reflective skills and through planned workshops, seminars, professional conversations - unified with an annual research inquiry - our team built educational leadership capacity and a deeper understanding of educational documentation and a strong view of the child as a researcher.
During our professional inquiries, our team developed a planning cycle linking inquiry, research and educational documentation. Our collective research and learning was shared with our early learning community and the wider community. The change in our thinking as researchers transformed our practice and our commitment to professionalising our teaching and learning.
Our thinking was ignited, unified and we enjoyed ongoing debate, questioning, documenting, research and planning for the possible! Our relationships with children, families and the wider community deepened and aligned towards a strong statement of intent for our learning community.
I encourage you to work alongside Deborah as a thought leader and wish you well in your journey.
M.Ed. B.Ed. Dip EC Teaching, Director of Flinders Early Learning Centre (2007-2017), Queensland
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