Capilano University Presents Two Summer Institutes:
EDUC 472 Contemporary Issues in ECCE Summer of 2019 Explosive growth in waste materials poses a global threat. Young children are the most affected because escalating waste degrades the earth, air, and water they inherit, compromises their health, and endangers their future. This course, located in the art studio, aims to help students explore new directions for the ECE field that rethink the Rs (recycling, reusing, reducing) and refigure young children's waste futures.
Format: Mixed Mode: On-line in May-June and four (7.5 hrs) days in the studio July 2, 3 4 and 5, 2019 For registration information please contact Kathleen Kummen at firstname.lastname@example.org (View flyer here)
EDUC 373 Inquiry-Based Learning August 26-30 2019
This course provides students with the opportunity to examine a negotiated and inquiry-based curriculum. Topics will include the image of the child and educator, creating contexts for inquiry, materials, aesthetics, artistic languages, artistic ways of knowing, and principles of documentation. Emphasis will be on the role of the arts in projects and long term inquiries with children.
Course will include online preparatory work in August, along with an intensive week of full days on campus For registration information please contact Kathleen Kummen at email@example.com (View flyer here)
2020 Reggio Emilia Study Tour!!
A 2020 Reggio Study tour is being organized by the Vancouver Reggio Association from March 15-20th, 2020. They will be collaborating with Robin Duckett of UK Sightlines Initiative to co-host and co-organize.
Please note: Expressions of interest with first $100 deposit will open April 5.
Encounters with a Pedagogista: Co-labouring Pedagogy as an Ethical Relationship
Tiziana Filippini joins us from Reggio Emilia, Italy for a weekend of dialogue. October 12, 13 & 14, 2018 with the participation of Reggio Children and Tiziana Filippini. Members $320.00 & non Members $340.00 The Ontario Reggio Association welcomes you to a reception at the London Children’s Museum on Friday evening, October 12, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. where there will be an opportunity to engage with a display of pedagogical documentation. At our conference at the University of Western Ontario on October 13 – 14, Tiziana Filippini will provoke our thinking about what it means to be an educator who co-labours to create contexts and opportunities to embrace confronto – comparison of ways of thinking – based on strongly held views of the competence and intelligence of children, educators, and families.
Pedagogical Collaborations: Encounters with a Pedagogista
Tiziana Filippini, pedagogista and collaborator with Reggio Children This two-day conference will provide opportunities to consider questions such as: 1 What does it mean to be a learning community? 2 How might a pedagogy of relationship serve us to reconsider every day practice? 3 What does it mean to engage with pedagogical collaborations?
Friday October 19 & Saturday October 20, 2018 Coast Coal Harbour Hotel, Vancouver BC $295 per participant For more information please clickHERE
Robertson Early Enrichment Program in Collaboration with MB RICE Present: In Dialogue with the Reggio Approach: What Might Result When Children and Adults Collaborate on Cognitive and Creative Processes? Presenters: Amelia Gambetti and Beth MacDonald Nov. 2 - 4, 2018 1155 Notre Dame Ave, SSCY Centre Winnipeg, MB
Registration opens Sept. 20 For more information please click HERE