Literacy and the Outdoor Classroom - Webinar Format

WNAT-17-03 | taught by Monica Carruthers RECE, ECRT, AECEO.C

Course description

1 ECE hour

Literacy is a developing communication system including oral skills, speaking, listening, imagination, reading and writing.

In this workshop we will explore the importance of the Outdoor Classroom and creative ways to bring literacy development to the play based environment. We will relate the activities directly to the How Does Learning Happen? Document and discuss how to help parents understand how these literacy activities support the four foundations; Belonging, Engagement, Expression and Well-being.

Monica Carruthers RECE, ECRT, AECEO.C
Monica Carruthers RECE, ECRT, AECEO.C
Nature of Kids

Monica graduated from the Early Childhood Education program at Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology in 1980. She is registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators and certified by the AECEO and has an Early Childhood Resource Teacher certificate from Humber College. She has worked in Child Care, Co-Operative Preschool and has been a Resource Teacher and Resource Consultant and is experienced in most aspects of the ECE field. Monica has worked as a Special Needs Consultant and Professional Education Consultant in Hamilton, Ontario and has presented at conferences all across Canada.

Course Curriculum

My Learning Log
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meet the presenter
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How Does Learning Happen?
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Chapter 1
10:02
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Chapter 2
25:50
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Chapter 3
34:11
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Certificate of Participation
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