Transitions to School - Dr Sarah Te One - 02/06/21
$52 - delivered online (via Zoom) - 4PM-5.30PM
About this workshop
Developing meaningful relationships with all children and whānau when they start school makes an enormous difference to learning. This online workshop introduces a framework for early years kaiako and new entrant teachers to consider both what and how they communicate between early learning services and school. We will share strategies designed by teacher-researchers as they work towards the overarching goals to enhance learning for all children, empower kaiako to be innovative and creative and to enable systems change.
This workshop has new content and is suitable for teachers who have attended Sarah’s previous Transitions to School workshop.
About our facilitator, Dr. Sarah Te One:
Sarah is an accredited facilitator and works for CORE Education on a wide variety of projects in the early years and school sector. Sarah has worked on numerous local and national research projects. She brings expertise in research, curriculum design and cultural capability with a child-rights focus to her work. She has recently completed a two-year project on transitions to school, funded by the Ministry of Education. As well, Sarah is a sought-after keynote speaker and workshop facilitator on children’s rights. Her experiences are broader than just the early years, and she works across the social services sector to advocate for children’s wellbeing.