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Save the dateJuly 26, 20238:00 PM - 9:00 PM GMT+8
Event Details
Event Details

Come and join our next Community of Practice (CoP) session below:

Date: Wednesday, 26 July 2023

Topic: Co-regulation (Part 2) - The influence of physical environment in preschools

Time: 8 to 9 pm (Singapore Time)

We are delighted to invite Ms Darseni as our Resource Speaker to share the topic with our fellow EC fraternity on "Co-regulation: The influence of physical environment in preschools."

In this session, Darseni touches on how the physical environment in preschool settings can impact children's co-regulation skills. The sharing and discussion hope to uncover the importance of creating nurturing and stimulating spaces that promote a sense of safety, autonomy, and engagement and possible ways that have worked well. By understanding the influence of the physical environment, educators can create optimal learning spaces that enhance children's social-emotional development and self-regulation abilities.

Do join us in the upcoming CoP and register online. Slots are limited on a first-come-first-served basis. We will notify you via a confirmation email once your registration is approved.

Resource Speaker
Resource Speaker
  • Darseni Rengasamy (Experienced EC professional)

    Darseni Rengasamy

    Experienced EC professional

Darseni is an experienced professional in the early childhood industry with a diverse background as an educator, leader, curriculum planner, practicum supervisor, and lecturer. Her journey in early childhood began in 2005 when she made a life-changing decision to switch careers, and she has never looked back.

As a lead lecturer at the National Institute of Early Childhood Development (NIEC), Darseni is passionate about curriculum planning, learning environment design, classroom management, and numeracy for young children. Her dedication to these aspects of early childhood education is grounded in her strong belief in providing the highest quality of learning experiences to support the holistic growth of children.