QECSN Term Two Network Meeting- ZOOM

20/05/2024 7:00pm

Join us on ZOOM for an online professional learning session discussing sustainability and very young children.   We have an amazing line up of presenters who are leaders in early childhood education for sustainability.

To start the evening we have Julie Davis and Sue Elliott.

Julie Davis, life member of QECSN, is an adjunct  professor at the Qld University of Technology (QUT). She is a stalwart of early childhood education for sustainability (ECEfS) with over 35 years teaching, researching and advocating for this field in Australia and internationally. She co-founded the Queensland Early Childhood Environmental Education network in 1996, the forerunner of QECSN.  

Dr Sue Elliott is an Adjunct Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Education at the University of New England (UNE), New South Wales and a visiting scholar at the University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Sue is a long-standing early childhood education for sustainability advocate, researcher and author, she currently co-convenes the TransNational Dialogues in Early Childhood Education for Sustainability research group (TND) and the EECERA Sustainability SIG.

They will be talking to us about a recent publication, "Sustainability in Early Childhood" that they co-wrote.

Later in the session Dr Jayne Kinley and Rose Todd will lead discussions on sustainability with infants and toddlers.
Dr Jayne Kinley has extensive professional experience in early childhood education and care and education more broadly, as a practitioner, service manager and professional practice mentor and consultant. Jayne has a strong focus on practical sustainability and environmental teaching practices with children from birth to under three years of age and is a teacher and researcher at the Universities of New England (NSW) and Southern Cross (QLD).  Rose is an experienced early childhood leader and consultant with a focus on infant and toddler pedagogy and practice.

We hope you can join us on ZOOM for this exciting and informative chat.