BACHELOR OF EARLY LEARNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: Algonquin College is launching its new Bachelor of Early Learning and Community Development – Fall 2016
The early childhood education sector is evolving to address the growing recognition of the importance of early learning. This has resulted in a need to develop, implement and create sustainable community-based family support systems and programs in early learning. Hand-in-hand with this is the ongoing need to provide quality programs for young children within a variety of educational settings.
CLICK HERE to register for the interactive webinar on Thursday October 30, 2015 – 7:00 PM to hear more about the new BA program and ask your questions. Not available, no worries the webinar will be archived for you to access at a later time.
MILKY WAY: Every Mother has a Story, a film about the experience of breastfeeding, will be shown at the Regent Theatre in Picton on November 4th at 1pm. Sponsored by Prince Edward Hastings Public Health. Please share the POSTER and PROGRAM (which contains data about breastfeeding) with clients and colleagues.
MORE EARLY LEARNING: On behalf of Affiliated Services for Children and Youth (ASCY), please consider one or both of these early learning events with a view to support leaders and early childhood educators in their continuous professional learning related to “How Does Learning Happen?”, Ontario’s Pedagogy for the Early Years. See Pedagogical Learning Institute on December 3rd and Early Learning Institute on December 4th and 5th. Space is limited – register by November 13th.
THE THREE SISTERS: To read a brief story about The Three Sisters – corn, squash and bean – please CLICK HERE – shared by our community partners at the Metis Nation of Ontario. To receive regular features about First Nations, Metis and Inuit (FNMI) traditions, culture and events, subscribe to the Come Walk in My Moccasins e-newsletter.
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