Sightlines Initiative

promoting creative and reflective practice in early childhood education

Recordings Online

A growing collection of recodings which are available by special subscription to view online.

Sightlines Initiative Network members are eligible for 10% discount - please email karen@sightlines-initiative.com if you don't have a coupon code.

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Online Conference set:  narratives of the real and possible in shaping education

Four one hour + illustrated presentations

'Loris Malaguzzi's pedagogical influence and contemporary importance.' Professor Peter Moss, University College London

'The Women and the Schools of Reggio Emilia.' Professor Sabine Lingenauber & Janina L. von Niebelschütz, University of Fulda, Germany

'How Does Learning Happen? - Ontario's vision for education’ Karyn Callaghan & Kelly Massaro-Joblin, Ontario Reggio Association, Canada

'Democratic alternatives in education: Provocations from the Portuguese Modern School Movement.' Dr. Diana Sousa, University College London


 

Duration: 4 months
Price: £60

This session discusses a short history and principles of blockplay; what block play offers: reflecting on practice; a celebration of children’s wonderful ideas; practicalities of blockplay organisation.

Dr Deborah Albon is an Honorary Fellow of the University of Roehampton and writer.

Ann Bridges was formerly headteacher of a nursery school and consultant.

Solveig Morris was formerly a headteacher of a nursery and infant school, a local authority inspector for early years education and consultant. She is also a co-ordinator for London ReFocus – a regional network group of Sightlines Initiative.

 Helen Tovey was formerly a headteacher of a nursery school and principal lecturer at the Froebel College, University of Roehampton. She is a Froebel travelling tutor and author of early years publications.

Price: £20