Registration for our Fall Conference 2019 is now closed. To be on the waiting list please email: president17@tokyopreschools.org

TAIP Fall Annual Conference 2019

Event Details

Date: November 2, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00pm

Location: Shinagawa International School
‍(Map)

Non-Member Fee:
¥10,000

Member Fee:
¥5000

Vegetarian or Meat lunch included.


Cost
TAIP Member Fee: ¥5,000
Full day, lunch included
Non-Member Fee: ¥10,000
Full day, lunch included
Timetable
8:00 am
Registration Opens
9:00 am
Morning Session Begins
Noon
Lunch Break
1:00 pm
Afternoon Session Begins
4:00 pm
Finish
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Presented by Elana Leigh

We are excited to announce the first details of our 2019 Fall Annual Conference. This event will be held on Saturday, November 2nd at Shinagawa International School and feature Alice Sharp.

Alice is from the UK and comes highly recommended with rave reviews from various international conferences.

You can learn a little bit more about her HERE and HERE.

Conference Topic:

Provocations for Learning

Play is the best way for a young child to learn. In the early years of a child’s life the way they learn to play, the resources they play with and the kind of engagement they ‘step’ into will contribute enormously to their development.

Environments should provide a place where children have opportunities to explore, learn and develop with the support of sensitive, knowledgeable adults. There should be access to prompts, artefacts and provocations to stimulate ideas and thought journeys.

Every child’s learning journey should be unique. How do we encourage, support and allow an individual learning journey for each child, while ensuring all are engaged in meaningful opportunities and that child development is considered?

There will be a range of exciting and innovative ideas to be explored that will allow delegates to:
- Consider possibilities of enhancing their space to ensure core curriculum is exciting and engaging
- Explore a range of contexts which will stimulate creative thinking
- Identify the ‘provocations’ they could use to involve children in breadth and depth of experience and rich higher order thinking

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About the Presenter
Elana Leigh
B.Sc. Social Work (University of Cape Town). MSc. Integrative Psychotherapy (Middlesex London).

Certified Transactional Analyst CTA and Training and Supervising Transactional Analyst TSTA (ITAA).

Elana has trained and supervised nationally and internationally across a range of cultures for the past 26 years. Her specialty is long term training where the task is to take trainees through the rigorous journey of becoming an ethical professional. Having been trained as an integrative psychotherapist, her passion lies in integration and diversity in both theory and application. Elana is actively involved both nationally and internationally on bodies which maintain and advance training standards in the field of psychotherapy. She currently works as a psychotherapist in private practice, supervisor and trainer in Sydney.

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