This vignette shows an educator and three children outside focusing on a small vegetable garden in the educator’s backyard. It also shows the value of small groups and promoting cooperation for authentic learning opportunities.
How to use this Connecting with practice-EYLF and NQS vignette:
The Connecting with practice-EYLF and NQS video vignettes are for you to use on your own, or better still, with other educators. The aim is that your discussion will focus on both what and how children are learning and the educator’s roles and contribution to the learning. This dual focus will help you use the EYLF to reflect on your practice and take action that will lead to improved ways of supporting children’s learning.
These vignettes have been chosen as examples of practice that will elicit multiple perspectives and prompt debate and discussion among educators, rather than merely a discussion as to whether it is good or exemplary practice.
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Mexico – Winter 2017 – Tulum and Coba Maya Village
Visit temples and the legendary ballgame of this majestic archeological site. Follow the paths to arrive at the Nohoch Mul, the tallest temple in the whole Yucatan Peninsula, from the top of which you will enjoy breathtaking views of the amazing jungle that surrounds the site. Optional bike rental is available at the site.
Visit the archeological site of Tulum and learn about the Maya culture and history of this beautiful ancient city that was occupied in 1200.
You will have the opportunity to see how the Maya live and learn from their culture and traditions.
Esmeralda – This Maya community still keeps a traditional lifestyle, learn about local flora and walk to the Cenote. Observe how the village has evolved with ecotourism and understand their social growth.
Swimming – A refreshing dip in the crystal, clear fresh water of the beautiful Cenote (underground cave).
Maya ritual – Be part of an authentic blessing ceremony that a Maya Shaman will perform with incense.
Traditional meal – Enjoy an authentic Maya menu including soup, chicken, vegetables, rice, beans and hand-made corn tortillas.
( Vacances d’hivers 2017 au Mexique (Playa del carmen) )
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