Join us for a whole year of powerful recorded and live webinars on our online
professional learning symposium.
This online PD platform will inspire you and your team re-think and re-frame the role of teachers and educators in developing innovative solutions to inspire and motivate change.
Let's get ready to flex your thinking, question your knowing, and change your practice forever.
2019.... We TOTES got this!!
What will you get?
Access to our new online training platform. This is where the recorded sessions will be stored. It will have individual sections, which will be added to monthly and you will be able to track your progress as you move through the program at your own pace.
Access to a variety of Specialists, Presenters, Consultants & Facilitators that will present videos on their specialist topics
LIVE quarterly catch ups with the PSFE Team
- Interviews with ECEC legends
hosted by Sandi Phoenix
- Team Meeting Pack
Downloadable PDF reflection booklet for each monthly video
The 2019 TOTES Line Up
Our TOTES gig guide includes:
Dr. Louise Porter
Mia Christensen - QUT
Janice Rocca and Michelle -
(Janice Rocca Consultancy)
Megan Daley - Children's Books Daily
Jen Teh - Hush Little Babies Music
Dr. Chrystal Whiteford - QUT
... and many more
* Educational Leadership & Behaviour Change
* Introduction to the Phoenix Cups Framework
* Numeracy and Maths in Early Childhood
* Lighting the way to Literacy
*Documenting to Discover
* Earth Child (Sustainability)
* Raindrops of Diversity (Janice Rocca Consultancy)
* Music in Early Childhood
* Food and Nutrition
* Acknowledgement vs Praise
*An Environment I can BE in
* Inquiry Based Pedagogies
Just to name a few....
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About the Host
Sandi is the founding company director and Principal Facilitator at Phoenix Support for Educators.
Sandi’s coaching and consultancy style comes from a strengths based perspective and is informed by a comprehensive understanding of the National Quality Framework and underpinning theory. Sandi takes a positive approach to guiding expected behavioural choices within inclusive learning environments, following vast experience working with children with disabilities and children who display complex behaviours in both early childhood settings, youth care, and school age care since 1998. Since 2009, Sandi has been involved in supporting educators and teams to implement the National Quality Framework through various roles. These roles range from individualised in-service coaching and mentoring, presenting at conferences, developing written resources, and consulting in the design of software that supports efficient and effective curriculum planning and service operations. She is highly regarded nationwide as a speaker, coach, mentor and Professional Development Facilitator for the education and care sector.
A note before you start this Chapter
Extend your service to the community - with Ruth Harper
The power of families - with Amanda Doyle
Good nutrition & clever children - with Kate Wengier
Keeping our world alive - with Lee Sadler
Behaviour in the preschool room - with Sandi Phoenix & Tara Hill
Art beyond the easel - with Melissa Underwood
Meaningful interactions with the community - with Ruth Harper
(FREE TRIAL until 14th March) You can't pour from an empty cup - with Chris Phoenix