Focus includes:

  • High quality interactions
  • How good are we?
  • Roles and Strategies
  • Incidental learning opportunities
  • How does the adult develop learning?
  • Monitoring and evaluating

Examples of feedback following the session:-

‘Thank you so much, I will definitely think about what resources I put out and extend this also outdoors!

‘Thank you for an interesting session, it was very refreshing to know we are doing a lot of the right things but there is always room for improvement.’

‘Excellent learning opportunity today.’

‘Very informative course, provided ideas and strategies to assist with play and communication skills with the children Thank you very much.’

‘Enjoyable and informal.’

‘What I’ve learnt today has helped me personally and with the children.’

What staff would take forward as a result of the session

  • Reflect on my own practice
  • Incorporate more everyday utensils
  • To focus more on progression
  • Be more aware of listening for ideas from the children so we don’t miss an informal learning opportunity.
  • Teaching strategies, being more creative, extending the play and when to get involved
  • Some aspects of my observations
  • The importance of the questions that I ask

Thinking About a Workshop Session at Your School?

Joan Henderson’s education mentoring events help to develop and deepen your understanding of best practice and leave you feeling inspired and re-energised to make further developments back at school. Why not send Joan a booking request or enquiry?