Realising the Ambition – Edinburgh Early Years Podcasts

EEY PicEdinburgh Early Years have posted a series of 6 short, thought provoking podcasts which explore Realising the Ambition.
Many people who contributed to the development of the document feature in the podcasts, including Highland’s own James McTaggart as well as Lynn Taylor, Marion Burns and Liz Paterson from Education Scotland.

The more recent podcasts refer to how Realising the Ambition can support ELC settings, primary schools and communities during the current crisis.

Well worth listening to as we consider how we can best support our children and families before and during the reopening of ELC settings.

Realising the Ambition 1
Transitions, pedagogy, environments and theory with Marion Burns and Lynn Taylor
https://soundcloud.com/user-227479287-28906765/realising-the-ambition-1

Realising the Ambition 2
This episode expands on episode 1
Mind-mindedness, self-care and how to support transitions with Marion Burns and Lynn Taylor
https://soundcloud.com/user-227479287-28906765/realising-the-ambition-2
 
Realising the Ambition 3
Marion Burns and Liz Paterson discuss how the messages in Realising the Ambition might support ELC settings, primary schools and communities during the coronavirus crisis.
https://soundcloud.com/user-227479287-28906765/realising-the-ambition-3

Realising the Ambition 4
A continuation of episode 3 with Marion Burns and Liz Paterson discussing transition, empowerment and keeping children at the centre.
https://soundcloud.com/user-227479287-28906765/realising-the-ambition-4

Realising the Ambition 5
Planning for successful transitions with James McTaggart, Marion Burns and Lynn Taylor.
https://soundcloud.com/user-227479287-28906765/realising-the-ambition-5
 
Realising the Ambition 6
James McTaggart, Marion Burns and Lynn Taylor discuss mind-mindedness and child development.
https://soundcloud.com/user-227479287-28906765/realising-the-ambition-6

One thought on “Realising the Ambition – Edinburgh Early Years Podcasts

  1. Thank you that was valuable, thought provoking and positive reinforcement of previous learning and training as an Early Years Practitioner.

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