Fall Early Literacy Summit: Promoting the Social and Emotional Development of Young Children

This full-day conference will provide teachers of three-year-olds to kindergarten with specific research-based activities to support young children’s social and emotional development. 

Join us for this full-day summit where mentors and staff from Rice’s School Literacy and Culture program will present breakout sessions on supporting children’s socio-emotional development through dramatic play, quality children’s literature, process art, blocks and sensory play. Facilitators from the international nonprofit Save the Children will lead “Caregivers’ Journey of Hope” sessions where teachers learn more about adult reactions to stress, self-care techniques and how to create communities that promote emotional health. 

All participants will receive resources and classroom materials valued at $150 to help them create safe spaces for children’s voices to be heard.

Details

Section Instructor Format Schedule start date
SLCFELS18 Rice School Literacy and Culture (SLC) and Save the Children On-campus 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday, September 29, 2018

Instructor: Rice School Literacy and Culture (SLC) and Save the Children

Instructors from Rice School Literacy and Culture (SLC) and the international nonprofit organization Save the Children present the Fall Early Literacy Summit.

Term: Fall 2018

Start Date: Sept. 29, 2018

End Date: Sept. 29, 2018

Schedule: 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Length: One Saturday

Location: Rice campus

Fee: $129

Audience: Teachers and administrators of three-year olds to kindergarten

Groups (6+ from same school): $99

Administrators: One free administrator attendance with 6+ teachers

Scholarships: Full scholarships will be provided to early childhood educators whose classrooms, schools, homes or personal lives were impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Please complete the scholarship application by using the button below.

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