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Another brand new podcast episode has landed and we are pretty excited about it! This episode Nic talks to Carrie Rose of Rosie’s Early Learning in QLD, all about inquiry based planning. This episode is a little longer, but it is worth it!
Our brilliant buddy Jeff A Johnson, over at Explorations Early Learning/Playvolution HQ is producing our podcasts for us (for which we are incredibly grateful!) and you can listen on your favourite podcast app under the Child Care Bar and Grill podcast feed. Here is a link to episode 007
EPISODE 007 – Inquiry Based Planning with Carrie Rose
What if we asked ourselves the question – why do we do it this way? What if the answer led us to “throw out” a whole way of thinking and working that we had engaged in since time began?! Carrie Rose and her team at Rosie’s Early Learning in QLD are the epitome of reflective educators. They really thought about the way in which they programmed and planned, observed and documented, and they made some really big changes.
In this episode we find out more about inquiry based planning and why ditching the traditional portfolios might just lead us to even more meaningful documentation and assessment of learning.
LINKS AND OTHER INFO
To find out more about Carrie Rose and Rosie’s Early Learning, you can contact:
Did you know that one of our Inspired EC Co-founders, Tash, is a licensed trainer for Claire Warden and regularly delivers professional development on the Talking and Thinking Floorbooks Approach? To find out more about this collaborative approach which lends itself beautifully to what we discussed in this episode, please email us today – firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also get a copy of the book “Talking and Thinking Floorbooks” by Claire Warden on our website
WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU!
If you have any comments or questions about the episode, we would love to hear them. Perhaps there is something that we talked about that you would like more information on, or you have a topic you would like to hear explored in an upcoming episode? Maybe YOU would like to be interviewed! Our aim is to talk to educators all around the country (and overseas!) about their everyday practice with children.
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