Learn from other early childhood centers about their approach to teaching & learning during a pandemic.
Join us for a special night with a panel of presenters to learn more about how early childhood educators are teaching and learning during a pandemic. Hear from four different nature-based and/or Reggio-inspired schools about their approach to education in these unusual times. Presenters will introduce us to their program and what makes them unique, how they are finding joy with children currently, and in what ways they are finding success? We hope that you will find this evening workshop inspirational and motivating to carry you to the end of 2020.
- Gracy Carpenter & Joanne Blair, Teachers with the Sublette County BOCES early childhood education program in Wyoming
- Foothills School Early Learners Pre-K – Presenting on how they went from an indoor Reggio-inspired classroom to a fully outdoor approach for this COVID year.
- Anne Stires, School Founder from Juniper Hill School for Place-based Education in Maine
- Erin Solomon, Mountain Academy preschool in Wyoming & Idaho
This virtual workshop will take place by Zoom. Participants will receive the link to join the Zoom session on Monday, November 16 prior to the start of the session at 5:30 pm MT.