Come and make your very own “I spy” activity. This fun little penguin comes with his own ‘fish’ of items to match up, and is a great addition to any program. Great for quiet time activities, fine motor skill building... Read moreResource Building Community of Practice: Penguin I Spy Bags
Métis Nation British Columbia and the Ministry of Education presents a workshop in understanding, identifying, and supporting Métis children and culture in early years programming. Through an interactive workshop, facilitators will share information on Métis history and culture in Canada.... Read moreMaachi Kashkihtow Mamawii – Learning Together. Sharing Métis Culture
Join us for the final session in this series of discovery as we explore the Early Learning Framework together. Come with your copy and be prepared to discuss and challenge your perspective. If you do not have a copy of... Read moreEarly Learning Framework Community of Practice Session 3
Join Barbra for information on all things administration. Geared toward home based daycare, but great ideas for group daycares too. Learn how to create budget worksheets, waitlists, upcoming space forecasting and tax information all for your childcare business.
Instructor: Bruce Hutchinson Please bring a water bottle, packed lunch and comfortable clothes as there is a lot of floor work.
This is a version of the Brown Bear, Brown Bear felt story with a West Coast spin. Have children learn about the local animals they can see right here in their own backyard. If you live outside of the... Read moreResource Building Community of Practice: Westcoast Brown Bear
This training is intended for those individuals that need to complete 20 hours of training in order to meet the requirements of a Registered License Not Required Child Care Provider, or a Licensed Family Child Care provider. This training is... Read moreResponsible Adult in Child Care Training
Built entirely of immigrants, Canada is a mosaic that welcomes well over 300,000 families a year. It is thus imperative that we, as Educators, bridge professional silos, address systemic discrepancies and learn to appreciate diversity. Participants will acquire the following:... Read moreUncharted Territories: Accompanying Newcomer Families
Join us for a discussion to explore the ECEBC Code of Ethics. We will discuss what the Code of Ethics contains, how it should inform our practice and why we should familiarize ourselves with it.
Would you like to know more about what the Reggio Emilia philosophy is? In this workshop we will discuss the elements that are characteristic of the Reggio Emilia Philosophy and how you can incorporate aspects into your early learning centres. ... Read moreWhat does a Reggio Inspired Program Look Like?
Come create Susan Munzer’s “The Flower that Smiled” story. A fun addition to your spring programming and something new and different for your circle time. A story about a little butterfly that dances to have the beautiful flower open. If... Read moreResource Building Community of Practice: The Flower that Smiled