EY Matters Continual Online Conference
Early Childhood Theorists Series
Aaron Bradbury and Debbie Garvey
A series of six episodes where Aaron and Debbie introduce us to a range of Early Childhood Theorists and Pioneers, provide us with details of their background, explain their theories, look at the impact on childcare and how it can be applied today. Each episode contains the recorded presentation, with a copy of the slides, plus additional supporting resources and on completion of a reflection, you can receive a certificate for your CPD.
In this final episode of the EY Matters Early Childhood Theorists, Aaron and Debbie introduce us to four Early Childhood Pioneers – Lev Vygotsky, Margaret McMillan, Jean Piaget and Susan Isaacs and we look at their work and the impact on practice today.
List of Episodes in this series
This Continual Online Conference presentation has been set up as a course on our EY Matters Online Training and Resource Platform,
If you are not already registered with EY Matters, then you will need to do so in the checkout process in order to create your EY Matters Online account.
On completion of your purchase, you will receive a link to ‘Start Your Course’ and your purchase will also be saved in your account. You can work through the presentations and additional resources at your own pace, you will need to login each time and your progress will be saved.
On completion of the modules in this session and the submission of your reflection you will be awarded a certificate which you can download and save/print to evidence your participation as part of your Continuous Professional Development.
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I introduced this range of presentations in March 2020 and we could not have imagined how popular they would be with thousands accessing them and submitting their reflections. With the development of the EY Matters Online Platform, I decided to move all of the content into one place to make it easier to access and also to automate the process.