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Making mealtimes nourishing and meaningful

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Dr. Emmi Pikler said, "Food should always be a pleasure." As Early Childhood educators we have a significant responsibility to promote nourishing eating routines and foods which influence the children's lifelong attitudes towards food, their long term health and wellbeing. This workshop encourages you to reflect on your approach to mealtimes and to value them as a learning opportunity within your cuuriculum to support the development of chidlren's wellbeing, social and life skills. 

We explore:

  • how to promote meaningful mealtimes though 'nourishing' environments and rolling 'family group' mealtimes
  • techniques to ensure you meet each child's dietary needs
  • food safety knowledge and current trends to norishing children in early childhood and beyond.

 Workshop facilitator: Justine Turvey

Professional Learning Details

Professional Learning Date 07-05-2019 9:00am
Professional Learning End Date 07-05-2019 2:00am
Capacity 24
Available place 14
Individual Price $145.00
Location
Heritage Function Centre at Old Petrie Town, Dayboro Road, Whiteside, Q 4503
901 Dayboro Road Whiteside, Queensland 4503 Australia
Heritage Function Centre at Old Petrie Town, Dayboro Road, Whiteside, Q 4503
We are no longer accepting registration for this professional learning
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“You really cannot describe the passion and love that the trainers at First Door have. The well-constructed workshops provide students with specific up-to-date skills, knowledge and inspiration necessary for successful practice and employment in the child care industry." 

Behaviour Rethink eLearning course endorsement

... The ways in which pedagogy and practice are woven throughout these exceptionally thoughtful videos, visuals and reproducibles enables educators and their teams to weave best practices into every moment of respectful relationship with the children in their care and with each other.

I am grateful to have experienced this inspiring course and would highly recommend it to all educational professionals across Australia, in every country, and in the U.S., in every state."
| Dr. Shelley A. Stravitz, Ed.D, Educational Leadership for Change