Reflection in the Planning Cycle
Reflective practice is the cycle or ongoing learning that occurs when early childhood professionals analyse. Reflective practice is a continuous process that focuses on what they have learned and how this information can be used to extend the childs learning, building on their existing knowledge and skills and their interests.
QUALITY AREA – Educational program and practice (QA1)
What should I look to include in my next development planning cycle? What to document and when, how will you know when you have arrived at the strategy that works best for your service, children, educators and community.
This workshop aims to explore what reflective practice is and the processes that educators engage in as reflective practitioners. Using a practice example of the physical environment educators review goals, interest points, consider routines and everyday practices that occur within physical environments then use this understanding to practice reflection.
In Service Workshop:
This workshop is available in your service or at your workplace.
Price: $750.00 + GST for up to 15 participants (additional $50.00 + GST per participant) for 2 hour workshop.
ACCCO Campus Workshop:
This workshop is run regularly at ACCCO’s Campuses and includes:
- 2 hours of training
- All learning materials
- A qualified and experienced Consultant to guide learning
- A Statement of Attendance for all participants
- Light refreshments