Understanding how young children learn - an exploration of executive function and pedagogy in the EYFS
Rose Blair / Natasha Dasilva
Classroom Teachers / Early Years Leaders / Early Years Practitioners / Headteachers / INCos/ SENCos / Newly Qualified Teachers / Support Staff / Teaching Assistants
Academies and Schools (including EYFS)
Early Years Foundation Stage
Understanding how young children learn is pivotal in influencing our pedagogical approaches to enable progress.
In the new non-statutory Development Matters document, pedagogy and executive function are clearly noted as two of the seven key features of effective Early Years practice. Find out how these will impact on Early Years practice and how they can be best supported within a high-quality Early Years provision.
This two-part course will enable practitioners to understand what pedagogy underpins their ethos in the EYFS and explore how children learn.
To learn more about these two vital elements of practice in the Early Years, this course will help to examine both in more depth.
By attending this training, participants will:
- explore the pedagogical principles that underpin their practice in the EYFS
- gain a clearer understanding of how children’s executive function helps them to learn
- explore how their understanding of these two features of effective practice can have a positive impact on their Early Years provision
Thursday 4 February 2021
Wednesday 24 February 2021
Wednesday 3 February 2021
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