• Early Childhood Ireland, National Seminar, Dublin & Kildare

    Posted on September 27, 2016 by in News Updates

    Early Childhood Ireland is delighted to offer the early childhood sector an opportunity to reflect on and discuss the critical importance of early childhood experiences for children age birth-3 years. We have designated a week for early childhood professionals, students, researchers, mentors & policy makers to engage with the world-renowned Tuscan approach – led by Aldo Fortunati.

    During their week-long visit, Aldo, accompanied by Arianna Pucci, will be part of a number of seminars and public lectures, aimed at those with an interest in the concepts and practices of quality experiences for under 3’s. Their inputs, with photos, video and documentation, will bring to life the daily experience of settings for under 3’s in San Minato, where they have developed a network of settings that exemplify the Tuscan approach.

    Wednesday 26th October 2016 – Public lecture in Maynooth for students

    This is a public lecture aimed at students who wish to learn more about the Tuscan Approach.
    Students
    6-8
    NUI Maynooth
    Book Here

    Thursday 27th October 2016 – Early Childhood Ireland’s  National Seminar 0 – 3 years

    Building on Early Childhood Ireland’s very successful international partnerships, this seminar will include keynote speakers from: Tuscany, Italy; Trondheim, Norway; Pen Green, UK, together with Irish experts, will explore and share approaches to quality early childhood care and education for children age Birth -3 years.
    Early Years Practitioners and Researchers
    2-5pm
    Marino Institute of Education, Dublin
    €30 members
    €40 non members
    Book Here

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