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Early Childhood Series in the South - Learning with Loose Parts & Block Play

Amanda Bartram

Saturday, 6 June 2020 from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm (ACST)

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Loose Parts and Block Play 49 Registrations 05/06/2020 $50.00 $0.00
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Early Childhood Series in the South - Loose Parts & Block Play

Facilitated by Amanda Bartram


Are you looking for a playful and engaging context for children to develop critical & creative thinking, strong learning dispositions, literacy AND numeracy? Loose Parts have inherent power for learning. During this twilight, you will be guided through a process you can use with your children – a way to introduce loose parts in a meaningful and connected way. 


Registration is for 1 session:

Saturday 6th June, 2019 9.30am to 12pm

Morning Tea provided

Tour of Investigator College available after the session


Discount is offered to full time students and teams of 5+ from the same site. Please email Melissa at admin@lisaburman.com.au directly for a discount code to use on registration. 

 Please note: payment is only by credit card via Eventbrite. Tax invoices are provided immediately should you require reimbursement from your site. Manual invoicing is not available.

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Investigator College (Senior School Building)
Bacchus Road
Victor Harbor, SA 5211
Australia

Saturday, 6 June 2020 from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm (ACST)


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Amanda Bartram

Amanda is a passionate and innovative early years educator, who has recently embraced the ‘wonderful messiness’ of consultancy work with Lisa Burman Consultants.

 

In her previous role at Blair Athol North B-7 School, Amanda developed a model of ‘doing school differently’ with a group of children in years 2 to 7 in the Red 5 Studio project. In this project, educators listened and responded to children in authentic ways; providing possibilities for engagement, increased wellbeing, a sense of community connectedness and a deep commitment to personalised learning – including children planning their own learning every day! 

 

Amanda lives her belief that children are competent and capable – a view which underpins her daily work with children, their families and other educators.  

 

Amanda facilitates professional learning in areas such as: Engaging Learning Environments, Bookmaking & Writer’s Notebooks, Nature Play, Loose Parts & Blocks; and Making & Tinkering.

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