Making Curriculum Decisions: Exploring the Planning Process (Webinar)

$25.00 $22.50 Member Price

By Catharine Hydon

The planning cycle includes the process of making and documenting our curriculum decisions.  Not only is this a requirement of the regulations but it acts as an important mechanism to make our curriculum decision or plan visible to families and our colleagues. This webinar provides support and advice on how services can design plans that articulate our curriculum and communicate our practice and pedagogy decisions.

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This webinar offers educators the opportunity to consider the key features of a curriculum plan that supports children to learn and grown.  The webinar discusses how an effective plan assists educators to keep track of their decisions and ensure that all parts of the curriculum scaffold children learning.  Using examples and design suggestions the session encourages educators to re-develop and enhance their plans that create ECEC programs that engage children (and families), without becoming a ‘burden’ or simply a ‘routine’ for educators.

Catherine Hydon

Catharine has extensive experience in the early childhood sector in Australia and overseas.  Beginning as a teacher in a sessional kindergarten program, Catharine has gone on to manage a range of services for children and their families.

Catharine has a Masters in Early Childhood Education specialising in early childhood practice, policy and governance, the delivery of integrated services and the exploration of innovative programs to engage vulnerable children and their families.

Catharine’s involvement in the early childhood field is an important part of her commitment to the sector.  She is a long-time member of Early Childhood Australia (ECA) and served as a Director on the National Board of ECA for 6 years until October 2011.  She currently serves as the Co-chair of the Reconciliation Advisory group for ECA.

Catharine is a dynamic speaker and is skilled at engaging professionals in professional dialogue and reflective conversations.