Understanding curriculum and progression in the early years
Wednesday 27th Oct @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pmFree when subcribing to Kinderly Learn
In this session, leading early years expert Jan Dubiel will explore the nature of ‘curriculum’ in early childhood education, including what content is important and how we can ensure that there is appropriate progression that supports and empowers children’s knowledge and understanding? Far from the need to create excessive and time-consuming additional documentation, Jan argues that all practitioners should have an understanding of what children need and be using a responsive pedagogy to realise this.
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About the speaker
Jan Dubiel is an internationally recognised specialist in early childhood education. Identified by the TES as one of the ten most influential people in British education, he is currently working in Honk Kong as Executive Principal of Harrow Little Lions Kindergartens and Early Years Centres. Formerly Jan led the management of the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile at the QCA, before becoming Head of National and International Development at Early Excellence. Jan’s book on “Effective Assessment in the EYFS” is now in its second edition.