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National Association for the Education of Young Children - NAEYC's 2016 National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development
2016-06-05 - 2016-06-08
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NAEYC?s National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development is designed for teacher educators, program administrators, and others who provide professional preparation and ongoing professional development experiences for the early childhood workforce: center- and school-based teaching staff, family child care providers, and other direct service specialists. The goal of the Institute is to deepen participants? understanding of the expanding early childhood knowledge base, develop skills that improve professional preparation and practice, and sharpen their ability to use effective, active learning approaches for adults.
NAEYC?s National Institute is designed for leaders who prepare and mentor early childhood professionals, including - Teacher educators, Program directors and administrators, Principals, Researchers, Policymakers, Curriculum and instructional coordinators, Teacher mentors and coaches, Resource and referral specialists, Educational consultants and trainers, CDA mentors, trainers, and advisors, Head Start directors and education managers.
NAEYC hosts the National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development, a conference designed for all early childhood professionals, including leaders who prepare, mentor, and support early childhood professionals, as well as program?administrators, teacher educators, trainers, teachers, and researchers.Participants explore the expanding early childhood knowledge base, developing skills that improve professional preparation and practice, and discuss effective, active learning approaches for adults. Opportunities exist to reach attendees via an exhibit or through advertising in the final program.