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Leading Your ECE Team And Center With Heart And Soul

toni christie early educator thought leaderby Toni Christie

Time:  November 14  at 10 AEDT (in Australia)

New Zealand author, child care owner and ECE professional trainer, Toni Christie, will share a values-based approach to leadership in ECE.

With more than 25 years of leadership experience, Toni will share her wit, wisdom, and lessons learned from leading teams in early childhood education and as captured in her book, Leading With Heart and Soul.



How To Document ECE Learning

kelly goodsirby Kelly Goodsir

Time:  November 15 at 11AM AEST  (in Australia)

Kelly Goodsir will offer her insights into how, when kept simple, a clear planning cycle can make documentation satisfying and be used to make the magic in every day visible. Building on narrative assessment, Kelly will run through examples of group and individual documentation.




Teaching as Inquiry – What It’s All About

jane warnockby Jane Warnock

Time:  November 28 at 12-noon NZDT (in New Zealand time)

This webinar explains New Zealand’s Teaching as Inquiry approach.

It will provide a framework which can be applied in teachers’ everyday practice, grounded by a pedagogical, research and theory-based approach. Further to this, you will also see how inquiry is a pivotal component within your appraisals.




Using Shared Experiences to Connect with Parents

parent engagement webinarby Cassandra O’Neil and Mike MacEwan

Time:  December 6 at 3PM PST (Dec 7, 10AM AEST)

Join Cassandra O’Neill and Mike MacEwan for an exploration of how to tap into shared experiences that deepen connections through stories, visuals, and other strategies which result in stronger relationships.




Learning Stories as a US Assessment Alternative

dr annie whiteby Dr. Annie White

Time:  December 11, 12-noon PST for North America (Dec 12 at 9AM NZDT in New Zealand)

Dr. Annie White will share news of a movement and a paradigm shift in California using learning stories for assessment. In this free webinar, you will be inspired as you hear about how learning stories are bringing back joy to teachers through documenting the power of relationships and deepening the connection with children and families.



I am not one for writing profusely gushing letters but I neede to share my heartfelt thanks and respect to you. I am originally from Whangarei, New Zealand but currently teaching in Vietnam where the professional development opportunities are not easily available (if there are any at all!). When I saw the Educa webinars available I signed up immediately. Thank you so much for providing such deep understandings, research and questioning about relevant topics. I was hesitant about the quality of the webinars (I have been to enough PD courses where I walk back out thinking it didn't anything new or thought provoking) - but your webinars are thought provoking and well laid out to progress thinking. One thing I miss from formal study is the level of thinking and analysis that happens at university - so often this is left behind at university; however, you have retained this quality. Thank you for unpacking the topics with research and pedagogical understanding. It has truly been refreshing to be inspired and provoked as a teacher from your webinars and I thank you for sharing your knowledge and expertise with me. May your week ahead be filled with light and wonder,
Sara Teacher