Summer Hui March 2016

Posted on 21 February 2016 by Dee Caswell

ORGANISATION MONDIALE POUR L´EDUCATION PRESCOLAIRE
ORGANIZACIÓN MONDIAL PARA LA EDUCACION PRESCOLAR
WORLD ORGANIZATION FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
OMEP OTAGO SUMMER SEMINAR – 2016
The Otago Chapter of OMEP Aotearoa invites you to a 3-hour professional development and learning seminar:
Dignity or discrimination in the face of diversity: A teacher’s choice everyday in ECE!
WITH
Nola Harvey – Auckland Nola Harvey recently retired from her role as Senior lecturer, ECE languages, literacies and cultures, at the University of Auckland and is now working as an Honorary Academic in research and professional development teams. She has extensive experience in non-government organisations (NGO) such as OMEP, IPA, ACYA and CPAG in her work for children and their families on children’s rights. Nola previously held a position as Supervisor of the AUT Centre for Refugee Education, Early childhood Centre and holds a position on the Ministry of Education’s Centre for Refugee Education Advisory Committee.
This workshop will reflect on national and local policies and practices that can silence the actions and voices of children and families from new migrant communities. Nola will provide participants with opportunities to review and regenerate policies and professional practices that create places for talk, play, dignity and respect in our daily exchanges and experiences in early childhood education settings.
1. We will explore ways in which policies, actions, and talk create normalisation and marginalisation for families.
2. We will have time to strengthen our bicultural commitments as a jumping off point for implementing critical multicultural practices.
3. There will be opportunity and provocation to regenerate socially just policies and practices that can ensure reciprocal relations with new migrant children, families and communities. Where?
When?
Costs?
Registration? Mornington Presbyterian Church, 16 Maryhill Terrace.
Saturday 5 March 2016, 8.30-12.00 (starting with breakfast at 8.30am – please note any dietary requirements on registration form.
FREE for the first 5 attendees from OMEP Group Member Organisations $10 for additional OMEP members from Group Member Organisations or Individual OMEP members $30 for non-OMEP members
Fiona Ellis Email: fionaell@es.co.nz Please fill out the attached form and email it to Fiona
ORGANISATION MONDIALE POUR L´EDUCATION PRESCOLAIRE
ORGANIZACIÓN MONDIAL PARA LA EDUCACION PRESCOLAR
WORLD ORGANIZATION FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
OMEP OTAGO 2016 SUMMER SEMINAR – REGISTRATION FORM
Contact details (Group Member Organisation Contact Person or Individual Attendee Contact Details)
Name:
Email:
Phone:
Fax:
Postal Address:
Registration Details (please indicate, with a tick, the kind of registration you are paying)
☐OMEP Group Member Fee $FREE (≤ 5 attendees)
☐Individual OMEP members or additional Group Member Organisation Members $10 each.
☐ Individual non-member fee $ 30 each.
Names of attendees:
Total fee to pay (and date paid):
Breakfast will be provided between 8.30-9.00am (oat, nut and seed muesli with fruit yogurt, warm croissant, tea and coffee). If you have any particular dietary requirements, please notify us here, we will do our best to accommodate your needs:
Payment (by February 29, 2016)
Please pay by online bank transfer: OMEP Otago Account No: 03 0883 0162555-00 including your name and code SUMHUI16 in the reference and code fields.
Cancellations will not be refunded after February 29, 2016. Receipts will be available at the registration desk, on the day of the seminar.
Attendance Certificates will be emailed by request.
Further enquiries to: Fiona Ellis, fionaell@es.co.nz
Registrations are limited so we look forward to receiving yours soon: send this form to fionaell@es.co.nz by 29 February 2016.

ORGANISATION MONDIALE POUR L´EDUCATION PRESCOLAIRE

ORGANIZACIÓN MONDIAL PARA LA EDUCACION PRESCOLAR

WORLD ORGANIZATION FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

OMEP OTAGO SUMMER SEMINAR – 2016

The Otago Chapter of OMEP Aotearoa invites you to a 3-hour professional development and learning seminar:

Dignity or discrimination in the face of diversity: A teacher’s choice everyday in ECE!

WITH

Nola Harvey – Auckland Nola Harvey recently retired from her role as Senior lecturer, ECE languages, literacies and cultures, at the University of Auckland and is now working as an Honorary Academic in research and professional development teams. She has extensive experience in non-government organisations (NGO) such as OMEP, IPA, ACYA and CPAG in her work for children and their families on children’s rights. Nola previously held a position as Supervisor of the AUT Centre for Refugee Education, Early childhood Centre and holds a position on the Ministry of Education’s Centre for Refugee Education Advisory Committee.

This workshop will reflect on national and local policies and practices that can silence the actions and voices of children and families from new migrant communities. Nola will provide participants with opportunities to review and regenerate policies and professional practices that create places for talk, play, dignity and respect in our daily exchanges and experiences in early childhood education settings.

1. We will explore ways in which policies, actions, and talk create normalisation and marginalisation for families.

2. We will have time to strengthen our bicultural commitments as a jumping off point for implementing critical multicultural practices.

3. There will be opportunity and provocation to regenerate socially just policies and practices that can ensure reciprocal relations with new migrant children, families and communities. Where?

When?

Costs?

Registration? Mornington Presbyterian Church, 16 Maryhill Terrace.

Saturday 5 March 2016, 8.30-12.00 (starting with breakfast at 8.30am – please note any dietary requirements on registration form.

FREE for the first 5 attendees from OMEP Group Member Organisations $10 for additional OMEP members from Group Member Organisations or Individual OMEP members $30 for non-OMEP members

Fiona Ellis Email: fionaell@es.co.nz Please fill out the attached form and email it to Fiona

ORGANISATION MONDIALE POUR L´EDUCATION PRESCOLAIRE

ORGANIZACIÓN MONDIAL PARA LA EDUCACION PRESCOLAR

WORLD ORGANIZATION FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

OMEP OTAGO 2016 SUMMER SEMINAR – REGISTRATION FORM

Contact details (Group Member Organisation Contact Person or Individual Attendee Contact Details)

Name:

Email:

Phone:

Fax:

Postal Address:

Registration Details (please indicate, with a tick, the kind of registration you are paying)

☐OMEP Group Member Fee $FREE (≤ 5 attendees)

☐Individual OMEP members or additional Group Member Organisation Members $10 each.

☐ Individual non-member fee $ 30 each.

Names of attendees:

Total fee to pay (and date paid):

Breakfast will be provided between 8.30-9.00am (oat, nut and seed muesli with fruit yogurt, warm croissant, tea and coffee). If you have any particular dietary requirements, please notify us here, we will do our best to accommodate your needs:

Payment (by February 29, 2016)

Please pay by online bank transfer: OMEP Otago Account No: 03 0883 0162555-00 including your name and code SUMHUI16 in the reference and code fields.

Cancellations will not be refunded after February 29, 2016. Receipts will be available at the registration desk, on the day of the seminar.

Attendance Certificates will be emailed by request.

Further enquiries to: Fiona Ellis, fionaell@es.co.nz

Registrations are limited so we look forward to receiving yours soon: send this form to fionaell@es.co.nz by 29 February 2016.

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