Starting June 1, NAEYC will offer over 100 presentations of content shared by NAEYC experts and a diverse group of presenters from all sectors of the industry. Presenters include policy experts, higher education faculty, school leaders, researchers and educators. NAEYC is providing access to these presentations at no charge as a gift to early learning professionals for all that they give to young children and their families.
Introducing math skills helps set young children on the path to future academic success. You’ll find lots of great early math ideas at DREME (Development and Research in Early Math Education), an online source for research, resources, and activities that support ECE professionals seeking to effectively and successfully introduce early math skills to young learners.
Early learning professionals know that positive interactions between adults and children are crucial to children’s wellbeing and ability to thrive. But do we know what these interactions really look like? To identify the most important practices to build the skills and competencies children need, The Early Learning Lab worked with over 30 early childhood researchers and program implementers to create a set of clear, evidence-based guidelines.
Because early literacy is an important part of early learning curriculum, teachers and caregivers are always on the hunt for new books, resources, and materials to use in their programs. To help with this, Tandem Bay Area has several early learning materials available on their website to support your work in preparing young learners for kindergarten.
Are you and your staff up to date on your Mandated Reporter Training? All child care providers are required to complete Mandated Reporter Training every two years. The Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Training California website team in association with the California Department of Social Services have developed online training for child care providers who work in a licensed child care facility.