Chief Executive Office - Director of Early Childhood Education
About the Instructor
Annie Hall has collaborated with her team of Early Childhood Educators. Annie has her Masters in Early Childhood from Griffith University, and Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment. Annie has worked in the Early Childhood Industry for over 19 years with 17 years as a Manager.
Annie's previous experience as a Regional Manager, ensured that her early childhood settings went through Assessment and Rating over twenty times. Previously, Annie had been through Accreditation ten times.
Annie is passionate in Sustainability and advocating for the Rights of the Child.
This course focuses on ensuring that Early Childhood Educators understand the importance of creating and maintaining sustainable outcomes in an Early Childhood Environment. The course encourages Educators to further develop children's understanding of creating and maintaining a sustainable classroom by creating experiences and discussions focusing on the importance of reducing wastage, recycling, and implementing sustainable practices.
On successful completion of this course, Early Childhood Educators should be able to:
- Sustainability in the Early Childhood Setting - An Introduction
- A Carbon Footprint
- World Earth Day and Our World
- Sustainable Practices - Paper and Cardboard
- Plastic bags, plastic, and gumboots
- Regrowing Vegetables, and Vegetabel Gardens
- Everyday practices in the classroom
- Discussions with Families and Preparing our next generation
- Early Childhood Sustainability Short Answer Quiz
- Sustainability Quiz