Free PD! 'How to make your Kindergarten Koorie Inclusive'

23 May 2017 | General Interest

Free Professional Learning for Kindergarten Educators

Would you like to feel equipped to support Koorie children and their families in your kindergarten? Would you like to know how your kindergarten can show that Koorie children are welcome? Do you want to be able to appreciate and understand Koorie children and families better?

The Victorian Aboriginal Education Association Incorporated (VAEAI) is running a FREE three hour professional development session for kindergarten educators, How to Make Your Kindergarten Koorie Inclusive. 

Sessions will provide participants with knowledge, strategies and resources relating to the engagement of Koorie children and their families. It will also address how to make your kindergarten a culturally appropriate and welcoming environment. It is suitable for Early Years Practitioners in kindergartens where there are significant numbers of Koorie children, as well as those who work in kindergartens where there are no Koorie children.

These sessions have relevance to the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers: Focus Areas 1.4 and 2.4

Brunswick and surrounding areas:
Thursday 12th October 2017
CERES
Room 3 and 4
Cnr Roberts and Stewart Street, East Brunswick

6:00pm - 9:00pm

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Brunswick - second session
Thursday 19th October 2017
CERES
Cnr Roberts and Stewarts Streets
East Brunswick

6.00pm to 9.00pm

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South Morang
Infinity Church
Units 4&5/ Danaher Drive South Morang
Wednesday 20th September, 2017.

6.00pm – 9.00pm

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Thornbury
Thursday 2nd November 2017
Aborigines Advancement League
2 Watt St
Thornbury

6.00pm - 9.00pm

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To register your interest for this session or other upcoming sessions, please complete the below form and email to Kim Powell at VAEAI: kim@vaeai.org.au

Registration Form

All previous sessions have been filled to capacity. Places are limited so registration is essential in order to secure a spot for the session.