Implementing Emergent Curriculum (Part 2)
This is the second part of a two-session training (10/20 & 10/27). To register, please see the main page.
This training covers the history and basic philosophy of emergent curriculum as well as the role of the teacher, the role of the child and the role of the environment. It takes a closer look at stages of play and development in addition to NAEYC’s Developmentally Appropriate Practices Position Statement. Participants will explore how to use observation to determine the interests and developmental progress of children to create curriculum mapping and lesson planning. Leave this training with goals to implement emergent curriculum strategies and a lesson plan for next week!
This class will take place as a live, online class (it will not be recorded). Those who register and pay will be emailed a link to register again with Zoom, our online platform. To receive STARS credit, you will be required to participate in this session by typing comments or participating in surveys, polls, and discussions. Requirements: stable internet access, audio via phone or speaker, and an email address. As a participant, you must be able to view the instructor and visuals aids. You will not be required to show yourself on camera, but it can be nice to have face-to-face contact. Tips for participating in the class will be emailed to you the week of the training.
Date: October 20 and October 27