Mon, 15 Nov | Link will be sent on the day of training

Democratic Pedagogy - Intentional connections of theory and practice

Is it really the child’s interest or do we just need to label it that? Claudia Gudicci of Reggio Children discusses the importance of building different contexts and the care in how we offer these. This session shares examples of how theory and practice compliment each other in planning processes.
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Democratic Pedagogy - Intentional connections of theory and practice

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15 Nov, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm AEST
Link will be sent on the day of training

About the Event

The notion of planning being completely reliant on ‘the child’s interest’ has become more and more common across ECEC.  This is a long entrenched pedagogy around what is believed to value a child’s competency and right to lead their learning.

But what is a child’s interest really and why is it on the child to be the sole creator of the curriculum?  What level of decision making can an educator have or should have when intentionally planning?

The team at Rosie’s Early Learning have been collating research over many years through combining teacher led research and children’s emerging play to genuinely document and understand the competency of a child. This action research has identified that  a democratic pedagogy is the circular movement in the minds of educators as researchers to observe, document and renovate pedagogy whilst re-launching a deep dive of curiosity with the children.  Far greater than solely what a child is interested in.

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