Join Suzanne Axelsson from Sweden, Debi Keyte-Hartland from the United Kingdom, and a group of educators from Little Barn Owls (a Reggio-inspired forest and farm nursery school in Horsham, UK), who will share what Reggio-inspired practice looks and feels like in their own contexts. Tanya Farzaneh and Laura Salau from Seneca College's Newnham Labschool will also present a local perspective. Each speaker will make a presentation and there will be opportunities for questions at the end.
Set amongst the forest at the beautiful Kortright Centre, this workshop is designed for early years educators inspired by Reggio or wanting to know more about the approach that is being practiced across the globe.
Light dinner included.
Fee $60.00 plus HST
Note to participants of The Rhythm of Learning in Nature 2016: Registration is FREE for this event. You will be sent a separate registration link.