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4-H clover So you might want to be a teacher?: Alternative methods of early childhood

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Add to Calendar 2021-04-22 17:00:00 2021-04-22 18:00:00 So you might want to be a teacher?: Alternative methods of early childhood Traditional. Montessori. Waldorf. Reggio. Multi-sensory. Hands on. Differentiated instruction. Individualized approaches. In this 3-part series, Cindy Goldade will introduce you to different methods of education. You will explore the roles of the child and the adult, the role of the environment (indoor and outdoor), and materials used in teaching. Each session will be different and engaging. **Teaching doesn’t have to equate with the way you were taught. Sessions will be held on Thursday, April 15, 22 and 29. Workshop is taught by Cindy Goldade, a 4-H volunteer and child development expert.  Meet the instructor:  Cindy Goldade, M. ED.   Cindy Goldade holds Master and Bachelor Degrees in preschool through grade six education. Cindy taught 3-6 year old's at her school, Evergreen Montessori, for ten years before homeschooling her own children. With many years applying what she teaches personally, professionally and as a mother of three, Cindy combines her experience with over 1000 hours of mind/body course work to shape her expertise. Currently she is an independent educator facilitating movement based learning courses and workshops to teachers and adults throughout the upper Midwest, including graduate courses at Hamline University and University of Wisconsin-River Falls. She also conducts private sessions as a Brain Gym Consultant integrating reflexes with rhythm, juggling, balance, and intentional movement.  To learn more about Cindy visit her website. America/Chicago public

Time

Location

Webinar series

Contact

Anna Gilbertson, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development, Anoka County
annag@umn.edu, 763-324-3497

Kim Ferguson, Administrative Services Assistant, Anoka County
fergu029@umn.edu, 763-324-3499

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Traditional. Montessori. Waldorf. Reggio. Multi-sensory. Hands on. Differentiated instruction. Individualized approaches. In this 3-part series, Cindy Goldade will introduce you to different methods of education. You will explore the roles of the child and the adult, the role of the environment (indoor and outdoor), and materials used in teaching. Each session will be different and engaging. **Teaching doesn’t have to equate with the way you were taught.

Sessions will be held on Thursday, April 15, 22 and 29.

Workshop is taught by Cindy Goldade, a 4-H volunteer and child development expert. 

Meet the instructor:  Cindy Goldade, M. ED.  

4-H Volunteer Cindy

Cindy Goldade holds Master and Bachelor Degrees in preschool through grade six education. Cindy taught 3-6 year old's at her school, Evergreen Montessori, for ten years before homeschooling her own children. With many years applying what she teaches personally, professionally and as a mother of three, Cindy combines her experience with over 1000 hours of mind/body course work to shape her expertise. Currently she is an independent educator facilitating movement based learning courses and workshops to teachers and adults throughout the upper Midwest, including graduate courses at Hamline University and University of Wisconsin-River Falls. She also conducts private sessions as a Brain Gym Consultant integrating reflexes with rhythm, juggling, balance, and intentional movement.  To learn more about Cindy visit her website.

Audience

  • All MN 4-H youth members in grades 6 and up.

Cost

Free

Registration

Register by Monday, April 12 through your 4-H Online account. Click "So you might want to be a teacher?" event. (If you don’t see the event listed on the first screen, click the event tab in the upper left of the screen to see a full listing of all events.) Then select members name. On the next screen, click “Youth participant” and then “Start Registration”. If you have not re-enrolled in 4-H, you will need to complete this first.

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