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Training and Conferences

Trainings and Conferences

 

ITC Winter Conference

Saturday, February 4th, 2017

(Snow date: March 4, 2017)

Theory and Practice: The Cycle of Pedagogy in Early Childhood

Workshop choices will include:

  • Sensory-rich curriculum for everyone 
  • Relationships at the center of our practice
  • Documentation as a tool and a platform

 

Conference Brochure and Registration Available in December

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Trust and connection...

Trust and connection...

INFANT TODDLER WORKSHOP SERIES

Our Fourth Annual Infant Toddler Workshop Series: 

Infants and Toddlers in Groups: It’s All about Relationships

For teachers of children from birth to three years old. Held monthly from November 2016 - May 2017.

This year our series will focus on the many roles that relationships play in our work. Connecting with parents, working with co-workers and working with infants and toddlers all require establishing and maintaining relationships with each other. As humans, we constantly seek affirming connection and a sense of belonging. This year we will look deeper into just how and why those connections impact our work with children, families, and each other in our center-based environments. Join us as we embark on our journey---come for one session or all five.                  

Training Certificates will be provided. 

Contact Karen at kpaskiewicz@itcacton.org for more information, register online here, or download a registration form to mail in here.

A look at the session lineup: 

  • Session 1: What is the Pedagogy of Care?
  • Session 2: Intentional Language- Building Mutual Trust and Respect
  • Session 3: It Takes More Than a Village, it Takes a Team
  • Session 4: Relationship-Based Care: How it Supports Daily Living
  • Session 5: Let’s Work Together: A Look at a Collaborative Approach When Supporting Diverse Learners

This workshop will address Diverse Learners.
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Guided Visit Program

ITC offers an in-depth observation program for educators.  This morning program from 9:30 to 11:30, arranged at a mutually agreeable date, allows educators a chance to tour ITC, to observe in a classroom and to ask questions and discuss issues and ideas.  The program includes:

  • Tour of ITC
  • Observation time in a classroom
  • A discussion with an ITC administrator

All visits are $25 per person.  To arrange a visit or for more information, contact Kathy Linnane at 978-263-2064 for email us at info@itcacton.org.