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Early childhood training sessions

Emmanuelle Sow

Phone : (780) 468-6934


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School year/Age

0 to 5 years old

Language level

French as a First Language

School subject (primary)

Health and Life Skills

Teaching materials

Tools and resources in divers sectors and domains of education and early childhood

Links with the curriculum

Training sessions are linked to the Alberta Curriculum for early childhood: play, participate and possibilities. Educators and teachers in prekindergarten and kinder garden will explore several practices of the Reggio Emilia approaches. The environment is the third educator of the child: How can we develop their right as learners and citizens? How can we develop our families’ cultural, traditional and inclusive relationship? The educator has a complex role and must put in practice reflections and observations of interests and needs of the children. The educator is a co-learner, the co-researcher and the co-imaginer of possibilities. The educator must set up provisions such as playing and taking risks, research, participation, perseverance and concern.


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Number of participants

Minimum : 20

Maximum :40


Sessions are 90 minutes and 8 hours for full days


To be determined by the FPFA director:


The physical environment, after their parents and the close adults, is the third teacher for children. The environment accounts for the ways in which the time, the space, the material and the participation influences on children’s learning, their strength and their citizenship. The environment is the reflection of what adults (the family and the teacher) are for children (our powerful learners and citizens). How the environment is organized transmits an image to the child. To manage the image of the child, the adult must accept to play a new role as the co-learner, the co-researcher and the co-concepts of possibilities for children. Our image of children is our way of being with them.