Date(s) - Nov 2, 2020
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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You are one of your children’s most important teachers! You spend a huge amount of time encouraging, nurturing and supporting their growth and development. You are often the parent’s best resource for early childhood knowledge and learning. We have complimented the existing kits with new items and additional resources added to enrich your borrowing pleasure and knowledge in the areas of social/emotional learning and Indigenous teachings.
We concentrated in these two areas because we know our children can all use support in their social and emotional development. We also have a responsibility as educators to fulfill the obligations of the findings of the Truth and Reconciliation calls to action in regard to our Indigenous community.
All of the additions reflect the work being done with the Early Learning Framework developed jointly by the Ministry of Children and Family and the Ministry of Education. The framework is being updated with consultation and input from the Early Childhood Educators.
We have been delighted to add to these kits. We hope you enjoy these additions and enrich your learning to support your children and their family’s growth, development, creativity and playfulness. Thank you for your ongoing efforts, willingness to learn and cultivate new talents to share with our youngest learners and their families.
Please join us for this workshop to learn how to best use these exciting new additions to enhance and enrich the children in your care in these areas. If you have not yet borrowed a theme kit this will give you a glimpse into the exciting learning and play possibilities they could bring to the children in your care.
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Laura Wilson and Diana Mcall
Diana is passionate about supporting young children and their families. She is heavily invested in mentoring and learning from the amazing people who choose childcare as their profession. Diana feels working to raise future generations is the most important work. Laura Wilson has been working in the field of community development in Mission for 15 years supporting children and families through the development of programs, creation of a child friendly community and working with all levels of government, ministries and agencies. Laura presently works with MCFD as the Early Intervention and Program specialist in the East Fraser River. Working with families and seeing the next generation well supported has been a highlight in Laura’s life.