PD Forums with Early Education Tracks

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Think PD Forums aren't for early educators? Think again!

Most Forums in 2017 will have early education tracks.

 

Here's a little taste of what you can expect.

Anaheim, CA—November 20–21
Dr. Ann Corwin will speak about stress management in children, the S.O.L.V.E. formula, emotional literacy, and getting ahead of behavioral problems. Marisa Bajenski will discuss dealing with student disabilities, strategies to support diverse learners, documenting and dealing with challenging behaviors, and sensory integration strategies and tools. Register Today

Atlanta, GA—October 26–27
Althea Penn will speak about how God's grace is revealed in the EE classroom, milestones of faith development in young children, and incorporating a biblical worldview into educational theory and practice. Register Today

Chicago, IL—October 12–13
Dr. Milt Uecker will discuss developing the mission of a Christian early education program; the varying approaches to biblical integration; and how teachers can serve as living curriculum. Register Today  

Columbus, OH—November 2–3
Dr. Milt Uecker will discuss developing the mission of a Christian early education program; the varying approaches to biblical integration; and how teachers can serve as living curriculum. Register Today  

Dallas, TX—October 23 
Brandy Burns will discuss the power of play in the preschool classroom, while Tricia Hays will present various ideas for play in the same context. Register Today  

Daytona Beach, FL—November 20–21
Jeannie Forrest will reflect on the best practices in early education curriculum, refocus on positive guidance, and discuss wonder in the early education classroom.  Register Today  

Lancaster, PA—October 19–20 
Jeannie Forrest will reflect on the best practices in early education curriculum, refocus onpositive guidance, and discuss wonder in the early education classroom.   Register Today  

Lynchburg, VA—November 20–21 
Kristen Barbour will conduct sessions on the relationship between learning and development, early number concepts, how the young child learns, and guiding the young child's learning. Register Today

O'Fallon, MO—October 12–13 
Colleen Hulcer will present 10 classroom strategies for the preschool and kindergarten classroom, as well as a way to make rigorous curriculum be developmentally appropriate. Register Today  

Phoenix, AZ—November 2–3 
Dr. Suzie Mohler will present on student behavior, instructional strategies, and developing critical thinking skills through classroom science. Register Today  

Roseville, CA—September 28–29
Joan Sandoval will be exploring the wonder of games, the importance of play, and circle time fun. Jeneane Stevens will discuss the topics of building self-esteem, brain research, sensory integration, and staff development. Register Today  

San Antonio, TX—October 23–24
Pamela Starnes will offer a session on the Kingdom Kids Circus. Hannah Reynolds will reflect on how to maintain a positive and calm atmosphere for your special issue students while administering biblical discipline in the general classroom.  Register Today  

Winston-Salem, NC—October 12–13 
Kristen Barbour will conduct sessions on the relationship between learning and development, early number concepts, how the young child learns, and guiding the young child's learning. Register Today