This summer, Erikson Institute is offering several professional development opportunities for early childhood professionals to deepen their knowledge and hone their skills in working effectively with young children and their families.
These virtual and in-person workshops, led by experts from Erikson Institute, will give participants deep dives into the power of relationships in working with infants/toddlers, early math concepts and practice. Professional Development credits are available. Check out our line-up and details below:
ENGLISH–June 27-29 (In-Person at Erikson Institute)
This three-day, in-person workshop will explore the incredible power of attunement as a mechanism to promote healthy infant/child development, increase parental/practitioner confidence, and strengthen relationships. Whether we are supporting children, caregivers, or colleagues, attunement is a very powerful tool in building attachment.
July 11-14 (In-Person at Erikson Institute)
MEME 2023 is four days of intensive, exciting early math exploration. This hands-on professional development opportunity will delve deeply into practical ways to improve early math instruction and help make early math learning more meaningful for young children.
July 18, 20, 25 and 27; from 12:30 to 2 p.m.
In this 4-part virtual workshop series (each workshop is 90 minutes long) for educators of young children, we will explore two precursor math concepts (Attribute and Comparison). How can intentional everyday interactions support infants, toddlers, and 2-year-olds in developing awareness of the math that is all around them?
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