Interacting or Interfering?
  • Plymouth Lecture Theatre, Portland Square Building, Plymouth University

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Early Education Cornwall and Devon Branch talk by Julie Fisher.

Julie Fisher is an independent Early Years Adviser and visiting Professor of Early Childhood Education at Oxford Brookes University. She held the post of Early Years Adviser in Oxfordshire for 11 years, before which she was a lecturer in early childhood education at the University of Reading. She has taught children from 3 to 12 years of age and has been headteacher of two urban, multi-cultural schools. 

In her work, Julie draws on her own research projects which engage her in constant contact with practitioners and children in both schools and settings. She is author of a number of articles on early childhood education as well as her books Starting from the Child (4th edition 2013); The Foundations of Learning (2002); Moving On to Key Stage One (2010) and Interacting or Interfering? (2016).

Ticket details

£3 for the following:

  • Member of Early Education
  • Students enrolled on BA and BEd Early Childhood Studies, PGCE (Early Years) and EYITT.

An email will be sent to the above groups with a code to access the discounted rates.

£20 for Non-Members.

All tickets include light refreshments upon arrival.

Please note that registration and pre-payment via our eStore is essential to attend this event as we are unable to accept cash payments at the door. (Last date for registration: 6 March 2017)

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