"These online courses are suitable for individual self-paced completion, but are also designed to provide thought provoking conversation with staff teams. There are also useful links to associated articles and research. The presenters are knowledgeable and passionate about the topics presented and there is a wealth of resources available through the web store. Inspired EC is truly inspiring!"
This mini-course will support educators to reflect on how routines and rhythms are managed within the service, ensuring that these are responsive to the needs of children.
The mini course is broken down into 4 lessons and the following is covered:
Lesson 1: Why are routines and rhythms important for children?
Lesson 2: Progressive Meals
Lesson 3: Running an Indoor/Outdoor Program
Lesson 4: Responsiveness
Our mini courses are designed to be inspiring and practical - connecting theory, ideas and inspiration with strategies and actionable steps that will enhance your practice in your work with children.
If you're thinking of running an indoor/ outdoor program, but unsure about the practicalities - this is the course for you!
Gain strategies for implementing flexible and progressive meal times with children and learn the benefits of doing so.
The is suited to anyone working in an early education and care setting.
We suggest that the mini course is the equivalent of 1hr of face to face learning, however we recognise that all learners are different. There is content within the course that may take additional time.
Upon completion of your registration, you will receive a confirmation details with your login information.
You will have immediate access to the course, to complete in your own time. The course may include written content, images, videos, article links, ideas and inspiration.
All participants will complete a reflection/assessment which is personally responded to by one of our course facilitators before you receive your certificate.
"Thank you for these e-courses. They are well thought out and presented on a range of topics. The courses cater for a range of educators from new to the profession or educators wanting a refresher with up to date information. As an educational leader I often refer my educators to read or partake in a course."