Dr Stella Louis explores how educators can use observations to support children's development and learning. A Froebel Trust webinar recorded on 25 January 2022.

To mark the release of Observing young children - a new title in our popular Froebel Trust pamphlet series - the author, Dr Stella Louis presents a webinar which explores how educators can use observations to support children's development and learning, including:

- ways of observing children at play

- how to discuss observations with parents, carers and colleagues

- the use of digital technology in recording observations

- how Froebel's vision of education developed out of observations of children

The webinar is aimed at all those who work with and support young children - educators, parents, carers and all those interested in early childhood education and the care of young children.

About Dr Stella Louis

Dr Stella Louis is a freelance early years consultant. She originally trained as a NNEB nursery nurse and has thirty years’ experience of working with children and families. For the last ten years she has been involved in training educators and is particularly interested in observation and its part in supporting learning, development and teaching.

Stella leads a small team of Froebelian travelling tutors - promoting, developing and delivering the Froebel Trust Short Courses.

Stella is author of numerous books and articles including Observing Young Children (Sage), Understanding Schemas in Young Children (Bloomsbury) and How to use Group Supervision to Improve Early Years Practice (Routledge).

A new Froebel Trust pamphlet

Observing young children by Dr Stella Louis

Download a free copy
FOR WEBSITE ONLY FT Observing young children Pamphlet COVER
Published January 2022. Available at froebel.org.uk/training-and-resources/pamphlets