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Busselton Dunsborough Times
Teachers Bek Reid and Lara Clark will share their research findings with educators from around the world at a conference in Perth this July.
Camera IconTeachers Bek Reid and Lara Clark will share their research findings with educators from around the world at a conference in Perth this July.

Two early childhood teachers from Cornerstone Christian College have been selected to take the stage with international speakers and present at the Biennial Reggio Emilia Conference in July.

Bek Reid and Lara Clark were originally invited by the Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia to participate in a children’s rights project.

Their research has earned positive feedback and an invitation to present their findings at the convention. “This research has caused us to be more purposeful in the development of the relationships within our small community,” Mrs Reid said. Mrs Clark said: “This is especially important... to develop a shared understanding or ‘shared history’ as we also acknowledge the impact our individual and collective cultures influence what we see, think and feel.”

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