Online Workshop: Vivid Life and Learning: Rendering Through Lived Stories In this webinar Dr Lynn McNair will explore ‘lived stories’ as a means of pedagogical documentation and their relevance to the lived experiences of young children and everyday practice of adults who interact with young children in a myriad of enviroments, enabling practitioners to […]
Online Workshop: Exploring Teachers’ Challenges Working With Dual Language Learners In this session, Dr. Andriaschko will introduce the research she conducted on the topic of exploring teachers’ challenges working with dual language learners. Dr. Andriaschko will reflect on the research process, as well as focus on the results of the research and recommendations for […]
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Last week, the webinar “Vivid Life and Learning: Rendering Through Lived Stories” took place here at Doran International Early Childhood Education Center. This Webinar was led by Dr Lynn McNair, a Lecturer and Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh. Lynn has almost 40 years’ experience working in Early Years Education and was awarded an […]
In the field of early childhood education, an area that is often undermined is the usage of play in teaching children. By definition, play is engagement in an activity for enjoyment and recreation. Although, this enjoyment creates a comfortable environment and atmosphere for children which is also a great setting for learning. Play allows for […]
The Relevance of Pedagogical Documentation In The Field of Childhood Education By: Leila Alhabib Following up on our webinar “Vivid Life and Learning: Rendering Through Lived Stories” led by Dr Lynn McNair, we wanted to take on a more general look on the topic of pedagogical documentation, and how heavily it’s impacted the field of […]
Teaching Children To Have A Growth Mindset By: Leila Alhabib The idea of having a growth mindset is constantly thrown around in media and educational settings. While the standard definition of “believing in oneselves ability to grow” is understandable, learning more about the background of this theory can lead to easier applications of […]
Educaring: Building Strong Relationships With Children and Its Effect on Learning By: Leila Alhabib Educaring allows students to make decisions and become an active part of their own educational experience. The concept has been expanded on throughout the years, but it was first theorized by Madga Gerber, an early childhood educator born in […]
Education is a social process. Education is growth. Education is, not a preparation for life; education is life itself.
The courses below are beneficial to: Teachers, educational staff, principals and institutes eager for personal growth in their careers. Once applicants have passed the first three courses (birth, awareness, hope) can enter one of these course: Leader’s training Teachers of specific subjects (arts, further maths etc) Teachers’ training Educational principals and education centre establishment For […]
These training sessions are specific to educational centres enquiring for the design and implementation of different courses based on their needs. The needs for this process, is continuous meetings between Doran and educational groups along with administration staff, class inspection, educational content and more. The cost of design and application of these courses, may differ […]
The specialised group at Doran, is capable of making the necessary alterations to educational centres’ programs based on the children’s needs (specific to the place) and learning environment. For more information please contact us.
"I was surprised at the content delivered. The appreciation and value given to us was astounding."
“A dynamic course, along with love, friendship and learning, education in the form of life.”
"Just listened to this wonderful presentation by Lynn. Always insightful and inspirational . We are all on a learning journey together"