The Schoenbaum Family Center at the Ohio State University will host a Summer Institute on the theme "Achieving Quality: Best Practices in Early Childhood." This one-day conference offers high-quality professional development for early childhood educators, practitioners and administrators who work with young children, specifically those from birth to age five. The Schoenbaum Family Center is reaching out to children's librarians as part of this audience.
The conference features keynote speakers and breakout sessions that emphasize strategies to promote young children’s learning and well-being. Topics include nature-based activities, mathematical thinking, planning, relationship building, and social-emotional learning.
Achieving Quality: Best Practices in Early Childhood
Friday, June 21, 8:15 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
The Fawcett Center, 2400 Olentangy River Rd, Columbus
Registration for the Summer Institute is $75 and includes lunch. Parking is free.
Learn more: earlychildhood.ehe.osu.edu/research/research-news/summer-institute-registration-now-open