Creating a context for listening – Pennington Kindergarten (Webinar)


Pennington Children’s Centre explores the pedagogy of listening as an ongoing process of exchange and dialogue between adults, children and their environment. They share their discoveries, the ways in which they are creating a context for listening and some of their challenges as they learn together in a culturally diverse community setting.

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Learning outcomes

At the completion of the course, you will have an understanding of the Reggio Emilia education principles including how Pennington Children’s Centre :

  • Engaged with the community to create an educating community
  • Values the pedagogy of listening
  • Used learning stories to make every child visible.

About the presenters

Jessica Dubois and Michelle Highfold from the Pennington Children’s Centre

Pennington  Children’s Centre is located on Kaurna Land and recognises the Kaurna people as the traditional custodians of this land.  Pennington Children’s Centre are committed to supporting each child to engage in a meaningful learning program that responds to and builds upon each of their strengths.

This webinar was part of the South Australian Collaborative Childhood project.
Providing state-wide leadership to strengthen and develop strategic and collaborative partnerships between organisations in order to advocate for children’s rights as citizens from birth.

Additional information

Target audience

Suitable for early childhood education and care workers at all stages of their careers

Estimated duration

60 minutes