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The Reflective Practice workshop provides an
opportunity for participants to reflect on their interactions with others and
the effect of interactions with all people who influence children’s learning
Date: 6, 13 & 20 May 2020
Time: 11am –
12.00pm each day - SOLD OUT
Date: 9, 16 & 23 June 2020
Time: 2.00pm - 3.15pm each day - SOLD OUT
Date: 11, 18 & 25 June 2020 - SOLD OUT
Time: 2.30pm - 3.45pm each day
Date: 15, 22, 29 July 2020
Time: 2.00pm - 3.15pm each day
Date: 30 July, 6, 13 August 2020
Time: 2.00pm - 3.15pm each day
(3 x 1 hour 15 minute modules over 3 consecutive weeks)
Cost: $165 incl
reflective practitioner seeks opportunities for changing and improving
practice. However, the concept of reflective practice is largely misunderstood
and over simplified in practice. Whilst reflective practices are interested in
examining a given situation and discovering alternative practice approaches, a
critical part of the process (which is often overlooked) must be consideration
of the values, principles and theories which help inform our everyday practice.
three part series of one hour workshops provides an opportunity for
participants to reflect on their interactions with others and the effect of
interactions with all people who influence children’s learning and development.
participants will explore the principles and theoretical underpinnings of
reflective practice and be able to identify the characteristics of effective
reflection on practice.
workshop enables professionals to practice skills and strategies involved in
the facilitation of reflective practices with colleagues and parents.
About the facilitators
Martin commenced with the Centre for Community Child Health
(CCCH) as part of the Tasmanian team in 2010, leading an action research
project and participating in the Learning and Development Strategy as part of
the development of the Tasmanian Child and Family Centres initiative.
Martin has extensive experience
in early childhood education having trained and worked as an early childhood
teacher. He has also worked in community development roles in Victoria and
Tasmania. Martin now facilitates training for early years practitioners across
Australia through the Training and Development team within CCCH and is
interested in practice change and how partnerships can assist better outcomes.
Deb Sestak is an
experienced facilitator with a keen interest in community partnerships. Her
training portfolio at the CCCH includes The Family Partnership Model (FPM),
Family-Centred Practice, Reflective Practice, Platforms, Improvement Approach
and Linking Schools and Early Years. With the training and development team,
Deb delivers customised training and consultancy for a diverse range of
community partnerships and organisations.
Since 2013 Deb has
facilitated learning and development workshops for CCCH in the FPM foundation
and facilitation courses and workshops that sit under the umbrella of the FPM:
Facilitating a process for genuine engagement, Engaging families, Difficult Conversations
and Group facilitation.
Donna has an extensive background in early childhood and holds a Diploma in Children’s Services and a Diploma of Business (Community Services and Health Management). Her diverse experiences working as a practitioner, in management roles, and teaching of Child Studies has equipped Donna with a unique understanding of child, family and professional needs within early childhood.
Donna facilitates multiple training programs such as Let’s Read, Group Facilitation, Having difficult conversations, Reflective Practice with CCCH. She has been practicing as a Family Partnership Training facilitator since 2005 and is an accredited Family Partnership Model trainer and supervisor.
Workshop participants will explore the principles and theoretical underpinnings of reflective practice and be able to identify the characteristics of effective reflection on practice.
The half-day workshop enables professionals to practice skills and strategies involved in the facilitation of reflective practices with colleagues and parents.
In this program you will:
This workshop is suitable for early years educators, maternal & child health nurses (MCHN), allied health practitioners, early intervention practitioners, family support workers, Foundation-Year 2 educators and/or leadership, community members and others who might be involved in a place-based approach for improving outcomes for children and families.
Duration: 1/2 day workshop
Dates: Thursday 30 July 2020
Due to the current situation, this date may change. This course can also be delivered online.
Get in touch for more information or to book or modify a workshop.
The Centre for Community Child Health is a department of The Royal Children’s Hospital and a research group of Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.