Developing Cultural Capital using the Floorbook Approach
Developing Cultural Capital using the Floorbook Approach by Dr Claire Warden
In this comprehensive Academy Talk Claire Warden will help you understand cultural capital through an examination of research into the subject. Claire will explore it's impact on children and outline how to create a curriculum rich in cultural capital within your setting. She'll explain how to document this learning journey with the Floorbook Approach. You will be given 5 things to take away that will impact on your practice.
'Developing Cultural Capital using the Floorbook Approach' is aimed at all professionals working within Early Years Childcare and Education. This is an introductory Academy Talk and therefore no pre-requisite learning is required. Useful for any practitioners around the world but particularly for those based in England as Ofsted will be including cultural capital in their inspections from September 2019.
By the end of this Academy Talk you'll be able to:
1. Understand cultural capital and its role within education in terms of social justice that supports children to thrive and make the most of their potential
2. Describe ways to develop cultural capital in your setting
3. Understand the process of using the Floorbook Approach to document this learning
4. Explain the role of the Floorbooks Approach in increasing engagement and providing equality of opportunity to engage in the learning process
This Academy Talk provides 1 hour of professional development. You'll have access to it for one year from the time of purchase.
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