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Responding to Children's Interests Workshop

Responding to Children’s Interests is a two-day workshop for enhancing learning for 3-, 4-, and 5-year-old children in a variety of early learning settings.

1. Benefits

Responding to Children's Interests Workshops provide an in-person learning experience for early childhood educators.

Participants will:

  • Build understanding about curriculum that relates to young children;
  • Clarify the role of the early childhood educator in responding to children's interests;
  • Explore ways to respond to children's interests;
  • Strengthen educator's ability to observe, listen, document and reflect in order to support learning;
  • Share information and examples of learning successes; and
  • Create networks of support in the early learning community.

2. Eligibility

Educators who have attended Phase I and Phase II of Play and Exploration or who have comparable learning and experience.

Participants are encouraged to attend in teams of two and should be from the same early learning setting. This can include early childhood educators, supervisors, teachers, coordinators or consultants.


4. Further Information

For further information, contact:

Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit
Phone toll free:  1-800-667-7762

Visit Play and Exploration Workshops for information on the available opportunities being offered. 

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