Curry School of Education: Conferences & Workshops
These opportunities vary by audience (i.e., teachers, administrator, researchers), format (i.e., in-person workshop, webinars), content area (i.e., math instruction, selecting evaluations), and time of year (i.e., Saturdays, summer), and are developed to support teaching and learning.
To learn more about these Conferences and Workshops, please visit the Curry School of Education website.
PreK-3rd Grade National Work Group
The PreK-3rd Grade National Work Group promotes high-quality learning experiences for children from prekindergarten through third grade. We are committed to building knowledge and understanding of effective PreK-3rd grade policy and practice, with an emphasis on instruction and engagement in learning. This group hosts regular webinars that are open to individuals working in policy, practice, advocacy, and research. The webinars will present the research that supports and defines effective PreK-3rd strategies and highlight innovative practices within early childhood and elementary education systems, schools, and classrooms.
To learn more or register, please visit the PreK-3rd Grade National Work Group website.
Front Porch Series: Broadcast Calls
The National Center on Quality Teaching and Learning (NCQTL) is coalition of seven universities working to provide resources for Head Start teachers that help foster children’s learning and readiness for school. NCQTL is funded by U.S. Office of Head Start. Join NCQTL the fourth Monday of each month from 10:00 - 10:45 a.m. PT (1:00 - 1:45 p.m. ET) for a broadcast call on research and implications for practical application. Guest presenters include well-known researchers and other leaders. A Q&A session will follow the presentation.
To learn more or register, please visit the National Center for Quality Teaching and Learning webpage.
Ready At Five
Ready At Five is a self-sustaining, board-designated program of the Maryland Business Roundtable for Education dedicated to elevating school readiness for all Maryland children. This organization regularly hosts symposiums available to the public. To learn more or register, please visit the Ready At Five website.
On December 7th, 2012, Jason Downer, research associate professor at CASTL, will be the keynote speaker for the "From The Brain To The Classroom: Supporting The Self-regulation Of Children Birth To 5 In Early Care And Education" school readiness symposium. This day-long symposium is for a cost and registration is online.