WHAT IS HOW DOES LEARNING HAPPEN?
Thoughts from: Amy Gibson, BCD, RECE
The new Childcare and Early Years Act is now following a new education component called “how does learning happen”. This curriculum is designed to have children learn through relationships, family and their environment. This pedagogy allows educators to focus on . . ."
THINK, FEEL, ACT: LESSONS FROM RESEARCH ABOUT YOUNG CHILDREN
"The Ontario Early Years Policy Framework describes how the experiences children have in the early years can have an extraordinary and long-lasting impact on children's learning, development, health and well-being. Central to this is a view of children as competent, capable of complex thinking, curious and rich in potential. To support educators working in early years settings in their continuous professional learning, the Ministry worked with leading experts in the early childhood field to develop the following thought-provoking resources."
HDLH? PROGRAM REGULATIONS Lynne Besner – Senior Policy Advisor, Ministry of Education
THE ROLE OF PROFESSIONAL ECES IN "HOW DOES LEARNING HAPPEN?The Ontario College of ECEs talk on the role of professional ECEs in "How Does Learning Happen?
MAKING THE HDLH DOCUMENT VISIBLE USING THE FOUR FOUNDATIONS OF LEARNING. The Halton Resource Connection staff supported the community by Expression. Engagement. Well-Being. Belonging
"THE HDLH PEDAGOGY SUPPORTS ME with my own reflective practice and gives me a valuable tool to support and inspire teaching teams to begin to make slight changes in how they are approaching children and families."
Rebecca Vosper Resource Consultant Team Leader Children’s Integration Support Services
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