Once a teacher, always a student.
It takes a good teacher to deliver even the best of programs. That's why we have invested in developing a series of resources to give teachers and early years practitioners the hands-on strategies to successfully implement our programs. Our implementation strategies are the fruit of best practices shared by a team of Hoopla Education Experts with 10 or more years technical experience within a unique area of expertise - ranging from conceptual art to underwater-science - so that you too can learn from the Best!
Bringing kids closer to nature has never been more important. In this workshop, educators will be given the step-by-step process of how to create an edible garden and develop numerous planned and spontaneous growing activities with children ages 3-6yrs old, all whilst nurturing empathy and collaboration in the classroom! In addition, educators teaching English as a foreign language are given the resources to introduce English in the most natural context!
Bringing kids closer to nature has never been more important. In this self-paced online training, educators will be given the step-by-step process of how to deliver a Sustainable Education program within a S.T.E.A.M. Framework for 2 to 6 year olds by planting an edible garden-in-the-Box!
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Learning English as a foreign language is an essential life-skill in today’s globalized world. Studies show that its education in preschool years is the most valuable moment to introduce it as a foreign language. In this workshop, we will adopt innate language-learning strategies, the way children acquire their native language, to show you how to introduce English as a foreign language and employ creative techniques with the use of songs, games, listening activities, visual cues, actions, stories and more!
Get messy with contemporary Artist Paul Frank Wagner, as he guides you to adopt innovative art techniques using everyday materials, awakening your little Artists to a world of possibilities! In this workshop, you will be given the strategies to facilitate, document and present the creative process to your kids. And remember – there is no wrong way of doing Art!