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Non Violent Approach to ECE

July 24, 2013 at 2:46 PM

 

Ruth Beaglehole founder of Echo Parenting and Education Centre will talk on Non Violent Approach to ECE using her empathy-led practice. She bases her talk on latest research on brain and child development and how to promote lifelong connections and learning

As 'Early Childhood Educators are in the business of “people-making” ... they need the best possible tools and support.'

Save this date: Tuesday 13 August 6pm at Unitec Mt Albert Campus, Red Lecture Theatre entry though Gate 3 or 4 Carrington Road.

Check the flyer for more details or call Rosie or Heleina 07 825 7111 or email here

She will follow up with a 2-day introductory workshop on the same topic in Mt Albert on 22-23 August 2013.

Ruth is also offering a series of Non Violent Parenting sessions in Hamilton in July and August.



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