Intentional Teaching- the Social and Cognitive Foundations of Early LearningJuly 9, 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Architecture Auditorium
The M.Ed. Early Childhood Education Program at University of Hawai‘i of Mānoa is offering a Summer Symposium. "Intentional Teaching! The Social and Cognitive Foundations of Early Learning (0-8 years)" features visiting scholar, Dr. Sue Bredekamp. This free public lecture explores current trends in the ECE workplace, recent developmental research on the social & cognitive foundations of learning in the early year, and implications for educators across the spectrum of early childhood settings.
Dr. Bredekamp is the co-author of Developmentally Appropriate Practices for Young Children and directed Accreditation and Professional Development for the NAEYC between 1981 - 1998. She contributed to the NAEYC joint positions statement with the International Reading Association and most recently served on the National Research Council Committee on Early Mathematics. In 2011 she published an introductory college textbook, Effective Practices in Early Childhood Education.
Free to the public
M.Ed. Early Childhood Education, Curriculum Studies, COE, Mānoa Campus
Darci Baliaris, 956-0337, email@example.com
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Intentional Teaching- the Social and Cognitive Foundations of Early LearningMānoa Campus, Architecture Auditorium
Free Public Lecture on Intentional Teaching with Dr. Sue BredekampMānoa Campus, Architecture Auditorium