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We All Clap Hands Together; Re-imagining Group Time

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Redlands IndigiScapes Centre

17 Runnymede Road

Capalaba, QLD 4157

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Intentional teaching within effective and engaging group times in early years settings

  • Reflect, rethink and reimagine teaching practices

  • Discover new music techniques

  • Learn about facilitating Yarning circles and acknowledgements with children

Group time is a practice that often continues the way it is because it's something "we've always done that way". Let's get together to critically reflect, discuss and consider new ideas to revolutionise teaching practices with children in the early years.

Presented by Sandi Phoenix, Janice Rocca and Jennifer Teh, this workshop will provide 3 different perspectives on group time. Packed with practical strategies and big ideas, this full day seminar is bound to inspire.


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Sandi Phoenix

Sandi is the founding company director and Principal Facilitator at Phoenix Support for Educators.

Sandi’s coaching and consultancy style comes from strengths based perspective and is informed by a comprehensive understanding of the National Quality Framework and underpinning theory. Sandi takes a positive approach to guiding expected behavioural choices within inclusive learning environments, following vast experience working with children with disabilities and children who display complex behaviours in both early childhood settings, youth care, and school age care since 1998. She is highly regarded nationwide as a speaker, coach, mentor and Professional Development Facilitator for the education and care sector.

Janice Rocca

Janice is an Aboriginal woman with Wakka Wakka and Kaanju heritage. She is dedicated to embedding Aboriginal perspectives and learning opportunities in the Early Childhood Education and Care sector and other community based organisations.

Janice has vast experiences in professional, personal and cultural identity. She also has qualifications and interests in management, leadership, motivation and innovation. Culture is consistently changing. Working with Janice will provide opportunities using professional judgement, team collective wisdom to become a cultural agent of change within your organisation.


Jennifer Teh

Jen is a music teacher, conductor and clinician who has been recognised nationally for her work with music and children. In addition to working extensively with choirs of all ages and backgrounds as a music director, Jen has been invited to work with numerous organisations as a workshop facilitator and guest choral conductor.

Her accolades include an Australian Government National Award for Quality Schooling and a Queensland College of Teachers Excellence Award. Jen regularly presents nationally and internationally at conferences and symposia.

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