The Reflective ECE Educator
Date: June 29, 2017, 9:00am-2:00pm
Location: Health Federation of Philadelphia | 1211 Chestnut Street, 8th Floor, Philadelphia
Act 48 credits are also available.
Early childhood educators know – their students are energetic, curious and creative. Teachers work hard to provide their students with stimulating, engaging, supporting, nurturing and meaningful classrooms to match their natural love of exploration and learning. Teachers also focus on creating positive relationships characterized by trust and support with students, parents and other leaders.
It can be a tall order.
Reflective practice is one tool that can help teachers meet these demands and grow as professionals. What is reflective practice?
It is the ongoing process of looking and observing, recording one’s own teaching practices and taking action to make positive changes in the classroom for young children. Reflective practice has been shown to foster professional development for teachers and result in positive benefits for children.
This introductory workshop will provide an overview of reflective practice, why it is important and some strategies for incorporating it into one’s day-to- day work
By the end of this session, participants will be able to understand reflective practice and its importance in early childhood education, engage in several reflective activities and discuss how to integrate reflective practice into everyday work /
To register visit the Pennsylvania Early Learning Keys to Quality Portal.
You will have to log in with or create an account to register. To find the workshop, enter the course name in the search box or browse using the calendar view on the portal.
For more information, please contact Monica Sullivan, 215-977-8990.
This training is provided by the Health Federation of Philadelphia’s Multiplying Connections Initiative through a grant from Philadelphia Health Management Corporation’s (PHMC) Southeast Regional Key (SERK) Program.