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Inquiry: What Does It Mean for Young Children and How Do We Support It in Early Learning Programs?
October 11 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Children are inquiring from the time of their birth…how does the world work? Their inquiring minds want to know! In this webinar, by author and early learning expert, Susan Stacey, we will explore what their inquiry looks like in action, how it affects our daily practices, and how we can support it through relationships, the physical classroom environment, documentation, and reflection. Join us as we wonder and wander through the world of inquiry-based practices.
Participants will reflect upon and learn about:
- setting the stage for inquiry
- decision making within an inquiry-based program
- inquiry in action; what it looks like
- promoting curiosity in both children and adults
All sessions are 1.5 hours long, and include a brief announcement from our sponsor.
2:oo PM – 3:30 PM Eastern Time.
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Can’t participate in our webinars at the appointed time? Never fear! All of the webinars are recorded. To view the recording, simply register now and you will receive an email with a link to the recording when it is ready to be viewed. You can still download the certificate by watching the recording to the end when the certificate link is announced and displayed on the screen.
Only 1,000 people at one time can attend our webinars, but registration often tops 4,000. Only the first 1,000 people to click the link to attend the webinar will be able to get in. We start the webinars 30 minutes in advance of the start time. Arrive early to make sure you get in.
Please be advised that you will only be eligible for the great door prizes if you participate in the live session.
You can earn .2 CEUs for each webinar. The cost is $15 paid to University of Oklahoma online when you apply. Learn more here: Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from University of Oklahoma