Date(s) - Nov 26, 2022
10:00 am - 11:30 am
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This free workshop hosted by the BC Council for Families will provide an opportunity for Parent-Child Mother Goose facilitators, supporters, and other early years practitioners to gather in a relaxed environment to re-connect and re-energize after a period of absence, change, and uncertainty. There will be time to share strategies, discuss challenges, and connect with other like-minded people after a time of disruption.
- Introduce newly trained PCMG facilitators and connect through introductions and a short activity
- Review results from the Spring survey with suggested topics for discussion
- Breakout rooms for small group discussion about biggest challenges/ successful strategies
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604-678-8884 ext. 101
Lynne Reside has worked in the early years field for over 35 years. Her background is in early childhood education with many years of experience in childcare programs, advocacy, and administration. She has participated in the Public Policy Institute of the United Way, and Leadership training with ECEBC. She is trained as a Parent-Child Mother Goose facilitator and is currently the Provincial Coordinator for the Parent-Child Mother Goose Program in BC. She has worked in early years community development with Success by 6 and Children First, and has had a role in promoting parent education including PCMG and other early years programs in numerous communities in the Interior and on Vancouver Island. She is currently involved with the Peer Mentoring Program and has had a long-term commitment to mentoring early years practitioners.