How will California face the challenges in addressing the educational and developmental needs of its nearly 24 million children ages 5 and younger? In this seminar, Deborah Stipek highlights inefficiencies and potential areas of improvement within California's complex early childhood education system.
NAEYC's annual conference is the largest early childhood education gathering in the world. Join the DREME Network for sessions on early math learning.
With the theme "Building a Generation: Blueprints for Success in Urban Education," the Council of the Great City Schools hosts its annual conference to give superintendents, board members, senior administrators, and college deans of education a forum to discuss issues and share information and best practices to improve teaching and learning. DREME's Cynthia Coburn will present on the COHERE team's research-practice partnership to improve PreK to grade 3 alignment and continuity in mathematics.
This one-day conference provides transitional kindergarten educators with an opportunity to learn from experts in early childhood education and share knowledge and ideas with other early childhood educators. The DREME Network's Angela Chan Turrou and Nicholas Johnson will present two workshops on early math.