ESU Jamboree is back!
Join us at ESU Jamboree 2022 – Connecting, Creating, Changing to learn some teaching strategies on how you can identify safety signals in children as well as tips and tricks on how to edit videos using your mobile phones! This year’s theme – Connecting, Creating, Changing is about connecting with children using the new social emotional tool learnt, creating videos seamlessly and ultimately, changing the way we work to enrich our teaching.
Date: 9 April 2022, Saturday
Time: 9am – 12pm (registration starts at 830am)
Registration Fee: $10 (fee will be fully waived for all ESU members!)
1. The Safety Signal – Enhancing Preschoolers’ Social and Emotional Skills
Children experience complex feelings just as adults do – they get frustrated, excited, nervous, sad, jealous, frightened, worried, angry, and embarrassed, yet they do not have the right vocabulary to share about their feelings. This webinar aims to share strategies that EC educators can apply in their classes. The strategies include Safety Signals (adapted from Kidpower), which provide quick, easy-to-remember gestures with simple words and graphics that children can practice.
Radiah A Razak has more than 35 years of experience in the Early Childhood industry and is currently a lecturer with KLC International Institute and Kaplan (University of Northumbria). She has experience in teaching various Early Childhood education levels, ranging from Certificate in Infant Care to Degree programmes.
2. Master the Power of Video Storytelling using Smart Phones
It is increasingly common to film videos to capture children’s growth and development or even part of a child’s portfolio that is shown to parents. Thus, creating videos to tell a story using smart phones is a much-needed skill required by EC educators. This webinar is a hands-on session where EC educators can learn how to create shareable content by using camera, sound, lighting, editing and storytelling techniques.
Before he experimented with Youtube and TikTok, Adrian Lee started out as a videographer at a production house, wedding videographer and then corporate videography. Today, Adrian focuses on tutorials for vlogging and creating videos on Youtube and TikTok. He has more than 100,000 followers on TikTok and over 5 million views on Youtube.
Interested to attend ESU Jamboree 2022?
Please download and complete the [Individual RSVP Form]. Upon completion, you are required to password protect the form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Please download and complete the [Corporate RSVP Form]. Upon completion, you are required to password protect the form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Registration closes on 25 March, Friday. Limited capacity available and registration is based on a first come first served basis.
*PSST! We have an ongoing member-get-member scheme where you can earn up to $15 for each new member recruited. Find out more here!
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If non-members are interested to join ESU, they can sign-up at https://ntuc.co/esu and can get a $30 Shopee Voucher code after 3 months of successful membership. Do email Adrienne or Prakash after you’ve signed up with the screenshot of acknowledgement email from NTUC, partial NRIC and DOB. *Terms and conditions apply
Steps on how to claim for CPD hours
Lastly, do remember to claim for your CPD hours after ESU Jamboree ends! Here are the steps you may follow:
1. Login to your One@ECDA account
2. Click on the “Update CPD Portfolio” function located on the left column
3. Enter details of the completed CPD activity, i.e. ESU Jamboree
4. Click “Next” at the bottom of the page
5. Verify that the information has been entered correctly
6. Click “Submit” at the bottom of the page