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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.

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Prekindergarten and Kindergarten Basics Workshop

The Ministry of Education hosts a Prekindergarten and Kindergarten Basics Workshop for teachers, principals, educational assistants or other education professionals who are new to Prekindergarten or Kindergarten.

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1. Benefits

This workshop provides the basics of the foundational understandings, practices and documents of the Prekindergarten and Kindergarten programs in Saskatchewan.

An experienced Prekindergarten and Kindergarten teacher will also provide information on:

  • holistic child development;
  • home visits;
  • family engagement;
  • scheduling;
  • classroom environment; and
  • documentation of learning.
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2. Eligibility

The Prekindergarten and Kindergarten Basics Workshop is open to education professionals who are new to the Prekindergarten or Kindergarten program.

This valuable workshop is for:

  • teachers;
  • principals;
  • educational assistants;
  • support services personnel or administrators; and
  • Prekindergarten associates.
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3. How to Apply

The 2019 workshop was offered in Regina on September 27 and in Saskatoon on October 4. The agenda and further information are available in the Publications Centre.

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4. Apply

Registration is now closed.

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