This session is designed to provide an examination of the biopsychosocial perspective on development of very young children.
Join Steve Spangler to learn how to use elements of the story line to teach and reinforce fundamental parts of your early childhood science curriculum.
This presentation will focus on the idea that young children need frequent positive experiences with nature for their holistic development and for becoming environmentally literate individuals.
By working with and caring for a child in deliberate ways, an adult can influence the way a child’s mind grows.
This workshop will explore the relationship between personal loss and aggression/violence/revenge in the classroom and home, and offer proactive solutions for teachers and parents to start implementing immediately.
Let’s prepare children for the global community through play and research based activities that expand their thinking and open their hearts!
Join Ann Barbour to learn how playful learning – dramatic play and other creative activities in particular – help children develop foundational skills for success in school and in life.
This webinar offers a summary of early literacy as it applies to babies and toddlers, and offers suggestions for ways to support early literacy in enjoyable ways while sharing books throughout the day.
In this webinar, learn how to step up the progress of early childhood inclusion.
Participants will discover research related to the discrepancies in reading and writing scores between boys and girls, and how to bring boys to books.