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Let’s Talk Science and Canadian Child Care Federation announce partnership focussing on enriching ECE professional learning 

Professional ECE Learning Webinar: 
Discovering Literacy while Exploring the Outdoors

On January 18 the CCCF and Let’s Talk Science hosted a professional learning webinar “Discovering Literacy while Exploring the Outdoors” followed by the weekly STEM Storytime Winter Special series that integrates literacy and STEM, so children develop a love for reading from an early age while also exploring topics that build a connection with STEM. A full list of professional learning and early years programs are available at letstalkscience.ca

Le 18 janvier, le partenariat sera lancé avec le webinaire de formation professionnelle « Découvrir la littératie tout en explorant le plein air », qui sera suivi de séances hebdomadaires de l’Heure du conte, édition hivernale, qui intègrent la lecture et les STIM afin de permettre aux enfants d’acquérir l’amour de la lecture dès leur plus jeune âge, tout en explorant des sujets qui font un lien avec les STIM. La liste complète des formations professionnelles et des programmes destinés à la petite enfance se trouve au parlonssciences.ca.

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Let’s Talk Science and Canadian Child Care Federation announce partnership focussing on enriching ECE professional learning 

Young children have an innate love for and interest in science because they are naturally curious about the world around them and have no end of questions. We need to nurture that curiosity and foster an inquiry mindset, at an early age, setting up a foundation for learning as they proceed through school. 

Together, Let’s Talk Science and the Canadian Child Care Federation (CCCF) have a tremendous and unique opportunity to develop a generation of young people towards a foundation for learning and who are even better prepared for school entry. Through this close partnership we will work to support all Early Years Educators with professional learning programs and hands-on-activities that focus on the child’s developmental stage and as a precursor to kindergarten using STEM as an effective learning platform in the educator’s practice.

Parlons sciences et la Fédération canadienne des services de garde à l’enfance annoncent un partenariat visant à enrichir leur offre de formation aux éducatrices et éducateurs à la petite enfance

Les jeunes enfants ont un amour et un intérêt innés pour les sciences parce qu’ils et elles sont naturellement curieux.ses du monde qui les entoure et se posent des questions à l’infini! Il est essentiel de nourrir cette curiosité et d’encourager cet esprit d’investigation dès le plus jeune âge, afin de bâtir de solides fondations qui leur serviront durant tout leur parcours scolaire.

 En s’unissant, Parlons sciences et la Fédération canadienne des services de garde à l’enfance (FCSGE) ont une occasion unique et formidable de faire émerger une génération de jeunes personnes qui aimeront apprendre et seront mieux préparées pour leur entrée à l’école. Ce partenariat permettra de soutenir tous.tes les éducateurs.trices à la petite enfance au moyen de programmes de formation professionnelle et d’activités pratiques orientées sur le développement des enfants et conçues comme des précurseurs de la maternelle. Il s’agit, pour les éducateurs.trices, d’utiliser les STIM comme plate-forme d’apprentissage.

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