Ross Morrison McGill of Teacher Toolkit has just produced one of his 5 minute reflection planners, based on the Recovery Curriculum constructs .
Just announced – online Conference – 15th July, 2020.
‘Reflections on Recovery – Re-igniting Children’s Learning.’
The Conference Webpage is here:
This article is designed to give educators a space to think, before we re-open, about how they will carve out this space for authentic child voice in their own school setting.
‘International evidence is clear that using picture books in primary schools post-disaster is an important and useful pedagogical tool. The picture books we have selected provide opportunities to discuss significant issues from living in lockdown and what the return to school means, to the fears and worries children might now have about the future.’
Planning for a return to school – bereavement will be an issue. How do we talk about bereavement post pandemic?
For useful insights and ideas read here:
“This video introduces ways for parents and carers to manage media coverage of traumatic events, and talk to their children about their worries and fears”
More from Emerging Minds Australia here: https://emergingminds.com.au/