Are you an infant-toddler teacher looking for new ideas to support children's language development and provide quality interactions that help children grow? Looking for quality training outside metro Atlanta? Sign up for the GAEYC Infant-Toddler Super Saturday on February 23, 2019 in Savannah. You’ll get to attend 2 sessions designed just for infant-toddler teachers, and you'll leave with … Continue reading Register Now for Infant-Toddler Super Saturday in Savannah Feb. 23
The preliminary conference program is now available. The conference will be held October 5 - 6, with pre-conference sessions on October 4. Take a look at the preliminary program and start planning the sessions you will attend. For more information, check out the conference page.
GAEYC's Together for Children conference will be held October 5 and 6, 2018 at the Gwinnett Technical College - Alpharetta North Fulton Campus (the same venue we used last year). New this year, we will have 10 focused topic tracks for both days. Mark your calendars now, and plan to join us for the conference. Conference … Continue reading Early bird registration for the 2018 conference now available
Are you just beginning to provide training for early childhood professionals in Georgia? The Training for Trainers 1: Building the Foundation course teaches trainers to develop and present effective training for early childhood audiences and use the Georgia Training Approval System. Expert trainer and former GAEYC Executive Director Dr. Pat Minish will lead an … Continue reading Register now for the Training for Trainers Part 1
Are you an infant-toddler teacher looking for new ideas to support children's social-emotional development and guide their behavior? Sign up for the GAEYC Infant-Toddler Super Saturday on February 17, 2018! You’ll get to attend 2 sessions designed just for infant-toddler teachers. You will leave with new ideas and energy, along with 4 DECAL training hours. … Continue reading Sign up for the GAEYC Infant-Toddler Super Saturday
Critical Conversations: Identifying and Overcoming Implicit Bias in Classrooms The beauty and strength of children is often overshadowed by societal stereotypes and deeply held biases of the professionals charged with their care and education. What are our biases? How do we identify them? Can we hold biases against people who look like us? How do … Continue reading Join us for the GAEYC PreConference on Oct. 5!
Are you a college or university student? The GAYC conference is seeking proposals for interactive student poster sessions. This is an excellent opportunity to continue your development as an upcoming ECE professional by sharing your work and having conversation with conference participants about ECE issues that interest you. Student poster submissions are due August 26th. To submit a student poster proposal, … Continue reading Call for Student Poster Proposals for GAYC Conference
Are you an experienced ECE trainer who wants to teach intermediate-level training? The Training for Trainers 2 course will teach you how to help early childhood professionals move from just understanding concepts to applying them in the early childhood setting. Join us in this 2-day interactive training to help you meet the state requirements to be a … Continue reading Spread the Word: Training for Trainers 2 in July
Are you interested in being a presenter at the Georgia Association on Young Children’s 50th annual conference, but missed the June 1 deadline? Know someone who would be a great presenter who hasn't submitted a proposal yet? Good news -- the deadline to submit conference proposals has been extended to July 10, 2016. We are still looking … Continue reading Deadline extended for 2016 conference proposals
Interested in learning the basics of providing ECE training? You may want to attend the Training for Trainers 1 course in Atlanta. The TFT 1 course helps trainers learn how to develop and present effective training for early childhood audiences, build in training techniques for adult learners, locate resources to enhance their training, and understand the Georgia Training Approval … Continue reading Spread the Word: Training for Trainers 1 in July