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2019 CAAEYC ANNUAL CONFERENCE--WORKSHOPS

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Presenter: Rodney West

Workshop Title: Just Do It
Track: Equity and Diversity
Age Group: All
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Apr 12, 2019 @ 02:00 PM

Room Location: Santa Clara Convention Center
Meeting Room Name: Grand Ballroom G
Theater Style: 100

Learning Level: Introductory

Language: English

Course Description

This diversity oriented workshop is intended to arouse early childhood educators and advocates. It is strategically planned to encourage staunch advocacy for positive equitable practices. Attitudes and beliefs will be propagated to reflect common ground leadership and instructional practices.

Conferees will be made aware of the inequalities that plague our young children and families. Strategies and experiences will be shared and discussed for better understanding of justice. Feedback will be utilized to create position statement on behalf of CAAEYC.

Attendees will be empowered to become change agents to do what it is in the best interest of all children. Participants will collaborate on how to take positive non-negotiable stance to protect and nurture children. Wellness techniques and practices will also be shared.


Presenter: Ashley Williams

Co-presenter(s):  Lygia Stebbing  Alicia Torres 
Workshop Title: Higher Education Pathways to Equity in ECE: Supporting Diversity and Community Responsive Education for the Early Childhood Workforce
Track: Professional Development - Adult Learning
Age Group: Adult
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Apr 11, 2019 @ 01:45 PM

Room Location: Santa Clara Convention Center
Meeting Room Name: Grand Ballroom A
Theater Style: 65

Learning Level: Appropriate for All

Language: English

Course Description

The EDvance program at San Francisco State University has created a network of partnerships that has resulted in unprecedented four-year graduation rates for ECE workforce members pursuing a BA degree from the Department of Child and Adolescent Development. Presenters will share perspectives on the structure of the program, its exceptional impact on participants, its influence on the local professional development and teacher preparation system, and the high return on investment it provides for students, institutions of higher education, and private and public funders.


Presenter: Christine Wilson

Workshop Title: The Secret of QRIS 5-Star Programs: The leadership behaviors and practices of successful preschool administrators
Track: Administration - Staff/Management
Age Group: Adult
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Apr 11, 2019 @ 01:45 PM

Room Location: Santa Clara Convention Center
Meeting Room Name: Room 206
Theater Style: 80

Learning Level: Appropriate for All

Language: English

Course Description

This research-based presentation on leadership is designed specifically for program administrators. Participants will leave having a greater understanding of effective leadership, diversity, inclusion and advocacy, and it's social/political and cultural considerations of issues of power in their actions in their institutions. Throughout this presentation we will focus and examine successful leadership traits, organizational culture and practices, including the specific processes and behaviors between leaders and their followers are that are research-based. We will analyze the effects of leadership on the quality of preschool programs; examining the indicators of what type of administrative leadership is necessary to create and sustain a successful preschool program under performance based contracted, subsidized settings.


Presenter: Beth Wise

Co-presenter(s):  Leslie Hart  Nandini Bhattacharjya 
Workshop Title: Music and Literacy Connections
Track: Curriculum - Music and Movement
Age Group: 0-8
Age Group Other Comments: preschool
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Apr 13, 2019 @ 01:00 PM

Room Location: Santa Clara Convention Center
Meeting Room Name: Great American Meeting Room 123
Theater Style: 125

Learning Level: Intermediate

Language: English

Course Description

Explore the value, importance and natural connections between music and literacy in this interactive workshop of music, stories, activities and songs. Join Associate Director Beth Wise, Head Teacher Nandini Mukherjee and Music Specialist Leslie Hart as we share ideas, classroom experiences and ways to extend literature through music. Come learn how to enhance the musicality in your classrooms while extending children's experiences with story and print.

This presentation will be in four parts including:

1. Exemplify why music is connected to literacy development with current research and understanding.
2. Share how a music rich environment invites all learners to be more deeply engaged in literacy.
3. Help teachers become comfortable, creative, and more confident in their ability to present engaging material.
4. Participants will experience step-by-step live examples with the use of instruments, songs, video analysis, and posters. Participants will be encouraged to move and sing engaging all of their senses.

The suggested audience is classroom teachers, administrators, and curriculum specialists of children ages 2-8.


Presenter: Shu Nu 淑女 Yen 嚴

Workshop Title: Using Children's Books to Strengthen Positive Education 如何透過閱讀圖畫書或橋梁書對兒童進行正向教育
Track: Curriculum - Language/Literacy
Age Group: 0-8
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Apr 13, 2019 @ 10:00 AM

Room Location: Santa Clara Convention Center
Meeting Room Name: Grand Ballroom H
Theater Style: 85

Learning Level: Appropriate for All

Language: Mandarin

Course Description

This presentation aims to provide adults with reading strategies on how to do Positive Education by reading picture books or chapter books with children. It starts with Dr. Martin Seligman's VIA Strength Survey for Children, followed by introducing age appropriate chidren's books that contain children's character strength in positive psychology category. It will then focus on discussing reading strategies that adults can help children to learn or support their positive character strength's development, including Grit, Optimism, and other characteristics. 本講座旨在透過閱讀圖畫書或橋梁書對兒童進行正向教育。講座從馬丁沙利文博士的「價值實踐VIA突顯優點調查」,了解兒童性格強項開始,接著介紹具有正向心理學元素的圖畫書或橋梁書。最后提出閱讀策略,引導兒童從故事中學習或促進包含樂觀和堅毅等正向性格的發展。


Presenter: Shu-Chen Jenny 淑珍 Yen 嚴

Co-presenter(s):  Feiyan 妃燕 Chen 陳 and Sandra 坤珊 Lee 李  Yafen 雅芬 Lo 羅 and Shu Nu 淑女 Yen 嚴 
Workshop Title: Early Care and Education in China, Taiwan, and the USA 中國,台灣,美國亞裔孩童面對的問題及因應之道
Track: Equity and Diversity
Age Group: 0-8
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Apr 13, 2019 @ 03:00 PM

Room Location: Santa Clara Convention Center
Meeting Room Name: Grand Ballroom H
Theater Style: 85

Learning Level: Appropriate for All

Language: Mandarin

Course Description

In this workshop, we will examine examines current concerns and recent development of early care and education in China, Taiwan, and the USA through the lens of Asian ECE Faculty in higher education. Experts from each county will share their knowledge, experiences, and thoughts on issues in each country including ECE program structure, teacher qualification, funding and governance structure, public-private market share, and much more. Participants will leave this interactive session with a clear understanding of current concerns and development of ECE in three countries.
中國,台灣,和美國的亞裔孩童面對什麼樣的問題?幼教工作人員應該如何因應?本講座邀請五位資深幼教專家針對亞裔孩童在不同國家面對不同問題做深度探討。歡迎加入我們專家顧問群一起討論亞裔孩童教育,師資培育,敎育資源,以及相關議題.


Presenter: Shu-Chen Jenny 淑珍 Yen 嚴

Co-presenter(s):  Shu Ling 淑玲 Yen 嚴  Shu Chian 淑瓊 Chang 張 
Workshop Title: Coaching Parents on Using Children's Storybooks to Caring and Educating iKids 家庭顧問指導父母用適合的繪本來教導新世代的電腦兒童
Track: Parent/Family Relationships and Support
Age Group: 0-8
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Apr 12, 2019 @ 02:00 PM

Room Location: Santa Clara Convention Center
Meeting Room Name: Grand Ballroom H
Theater Style: 85

Learning Level: Appropriate for All

Language: Mandarin

Course Description

We all need a little coaching sometimes! The Family Coach Group will introduce the concept of Family Coaching to the audiences. In this workshop, we will discuss how to use children's storybooks to deal with the three hottest parenting topics including smartphone addiction for iKids, children's emotion regulation, and how to help children find their passion. Come learn with us for the most current research findings on the hot parenting topics and read award-winning and age-appropriate children's storybooks with us.
本講座將介紹家庭顧問觀念。父母經常為教養這一代的電腦兒童而大費心神。家庭顧問幫助家長了解兒童每一發展階段的獨特需要,幫助父母和孩童建立良好的關係,以及教會父母如何妥善處理育𠒇常見問題。我們將探討三大熱門主題,包括新世代电腦兒童手機上癮症,缺乏熱情,以及缺乏掌控負面情緒的能力。針對以上的教養問題,家庭顧問團引用最新的研究報告和數据,同時教導父母用適合不同年齡層孩童的繪本來教育和順導孩子。請加入家庭顧問從唸故事書中輕鬆處理棘手的育兒問題。


Presenter: Terry Ziegler

Workshop Title: Learn to Embrace
Track: Curriculum - Social/Emotional Competence
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Apr 13, 2019 @ 03:00 PM

Room Location: Hyatt Regency Santa Clara
Meeting Room Name: Cypress
Theater Style: 85

Learning Level: Intermediate

Language: English

Course Description

Learning how to embrace "out of the box" thinking and conduct as encouraged by industry and education innovators is not as simple as it seems during the preschool years. Creating thoughtful and inclusive preschool classrooms is essential in this endeavor. Specific, concrete strategies and activities to encourage individual and collaborative participation will be presented. The concept of teaching as being intentional and unintentional at the same time will be addressed. We will explore the relationship between our own values, assumptions, and expectations and how these are reflected in our attitudes and responses toward childhood behaviors and the children we care for. The quality of the relationship between teacher and child can be strengthened by setting informal individualized social/behavioral goals for all preschoolers.Learn to have children participate in their own goal setting.The concept of incremental goal setting will be explained. By learning to set individual and group goals that take into account our own limitations, Early Childhood Educators can track and focus on the positive growth of the children in their care resulting in a more collaborative and supportive classroom.
There will be time for audience members to contribute, share and ask questions.
This workshop is intended to provoke thoughtful reflection for beginning to advanced teachers. Administrators can learn how to support teachers in this endeavor. Advanced teachers can share their successes and perhaps be inspired to try new techniques.


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