- March 7, 2022
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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What does child care policy have to do with ECE practice? The answer is EVERYTHING! The world is full of policies! We will explore the concept of “policy” in general and child care policy specifically at all levels, government to organizational and how these connect to the work we do as early childhood educators.
We have a role in shaping policies, but often do not realize this or feel disconnected or worse intimidated; we may assume they are only meant to be shaped by policy. We will re(connect) with the concept of child care policy, creating space for ourselves as ECEs to realize and reanalyze the integral contributions we can make in shaping policy.
Presenter: Etovre Vese
Etovre has enjoyed 25+ years in the ECE field working with children, families, community partners and ECE students. She currently instructs future educators in both Basic and Post-Basic ECE programs and has for the past 9 years. She has worked in several roles over the course of her career in ECE as an Educator, ECE Program Coordinator in a post secondary institution, Union Bargaining Representative, and an ECE consultant to name a few. This diversity of experiences has been a gift and benefit in developing an open and curious attitude working with both children and adults in early childhood education.
Venue: Child Care Options CCRR
Located directly behind the Denny’s Restaurant. Please do not park in spots reserved for our neighbours.