Date(s) - Mar 22, 2017
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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All children have a right to play. This includes superhero play, sometimes weapon play and shocking themes like shooting storm troopers! The aim of my workshop is to facilitate a discussion on superhero play. Knowledge is power, and I hope after completing this workshop you will have a clear idea on how to deal with superhero play.
- Understand what children mean when they use superhero play
- Discuss possible ways to manage and guide this type of play
- Investigate the possibilities that superhero play can bring to the center
- Explore policies/guiding and caring philosophies we have on superhero play
- Review current research on superhero play
This workshop will provide information and strategies for early childhood educators and caregivers about how to support young children with rough and tumble play, superhero play, fighting and weapon play.
- Child Growth and Development
- Child Health and Wellbeing
- Curriculum/Program Development
- Early Care and Education
- Kindergarten Transitions
$18 members, $22 non-members
Sarah McCarthy has a Bachelor of Science in Education and Training, a Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Montessori (0-12 years) and a certificate for Children with Special needs. Sarah has been in the educational field for over 15 years. She has taught in Reggio preschools, Play - based centers, Montessori schools, and was an Early Childhood Coordinator and Instructor for Sprott Shaw College.
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604-931-3400 Ext., 0
Professional Development Certificate
Professional Development Certificate Credit Hours