A Community of Practice (CoP) is a group of people who “share a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly” (Eitenne Wenger). The idea behind a CoP is that through the process of sharing experiences and knowledge with others, we enable dialogue among members and begin to explore new possibilities and new ways of doing something.

Community of Practice: Exploring the Revised BC Early Learning Framework

Do you love to learn? Do you love engaging with others? If so, join us for our next Community of Practice (CoP) where participants will be able to read, discuss and share ideas to better understand the offerings and concepts contained in the revised BC Early Learning Framework (ELF). We will explore the framework section by section, as well as use critical thinking and collaborative dialog to interpret the document in ways that are meaningful to educators. The revisions from the 2008 version, new vocabulary, government information and pedagogical choices and practices will be addressed throughout these four sessions.

3rd Thursday of the month : September 17, October 15, November 19, and December 17 •10 hours • Cost: $60.00 

This CoP will be held in person in our office. Therefore, space is limited. Participants must attend the first session and cannot miss more than one session.


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