Twilight Seminar Series 2016–2017
The VCAA Early Years Twilight Seminar series for 2016–2017 is designed to engage early years multidisciplinary networks and communities of practice. The seminars focus on the Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework (VEYLDF), evidence-based research, resources and implications for practice, and feature intentional teaching and instructional support.
Anne Stonehouse AM presented, with three early childhood educators, the first seminar: What, why and how? Pedagogy with very young children. A recording of this session is now available on the VCAA website.
Two more seminars will be held at the Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership and in 11 regional and rural sites via video conferencing (5.30pm to 7.00pm):
- Wednesday 3 May – Wellbeing and continuity of children's learning (Seminar 2)
- Wednesday 21 June – Teaching and learning Mathematics in the early years: What are the opportunities in everyday learning? (Seminar 3)
Subscribe to the Early Years Alert to receive details about registering for these and upcoming seminars. The VCAA encourages early years multidisciplinary networks to host these events via video conference in local communities. Contact the Early Years Unit, VCAA: (03) 9032 1684 or firstname.lastname@example.org