National Association for the Education of Young Children - NAEYC's 2017 National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development

Event contact title
Director of Sales and Development
Event contact first name
Kathleen
Event contact last name
Donato
Email
kdonatp@naeyc.org
Event contact telephone number
202-350-8824
Description

The NAEYC Professional Learning Institute was formerly known as the National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development. Starting with the 2017 conference, the name was changed to reflect our goal of empowering the early learning workforce to be active participants in their own learning experience. At the Institute you’ll hear new ideas and fresh insights from early childhood experts and learn how you can make a greater impact in your program.

Attendee information

Who should attend: NAEYC’s Professional Learning Institute is 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, preschool teachers, and researchers.

Exhibitor information

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.

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