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Program C: Fostering Peer Interaction in Early Childhood Settings

Module in Teacher Talk™ Series

Online Face-to-face

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Cost per person:

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Designed for:

  • ECEC Educators and Teachers
  • Playgroup facilitators

Duration:

1 full day or 3x 2 hour zoom sessions

Pre-requisites:

Program A: Encouraging Language Development in Early Childhood Settings

Course Overview

Children with poor language and social skills may have difficulty initiating and maintaining interactions with their peers and may find themselves excluded and socially isolated. This training will discuss how to provide a physical and social environment that encourages peer interaction.

Participants will learn how to encourage and support peer interaction by:

  • making the most effective use of space in the classroom
  • encouraging a variety of groupings for interaction
  • providing appropriate materials and activities
  • creating reasons for interaction and providing specific coaching

Held at your venue with a maximum of 25 participants

Option 1:
3 full days to cover Program A, Program B and Program C

Option 2:
2 full days that include Program A
Plus either Program B or Program C

Option 3:
1 full day for Program C (NB Program A must be completed prior)

Options 1-3 are $2500 + GST per day.

Option 4:
3 x 2-hour training sessions

$3000 + GST


Teacher Talk Workbooks charged at cost:
$28 each
(or $70 for all three programs)

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