True Then, Truer Now
What Every Early Childhood Educator Should Know
The Gesell theory of maturational development still remains relevant today, on the 65th Anniversary of the Gesell Institute of Child Development.
Recent research confirms that children still grow and learn, along the same stages defined by Arnold Gesell over a century ago.
But the world has not remained quite so predictable.
Educators of young children were invited to join the Gesell Institute of Child Development and colleagues for a day of inquiry into the importance of understanding the tried and true ages and stages of child development in the new early childhood of toxic stress, learning standards, and ever growing challenges to safe, stable, nurturing environments for all children.
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Investing in Children’s Flourishing
Keynote: Linda Mayes, MD, Director, Yale Child Study Center, Arnold Gesell Professor of Child Psychiatry, Pediatrics, and Psychology
Common Sense for the Common Core
Erin Akers, MEd
Early Literacy in Early Childhood
Karlen Senseny, EdD
Outdoor Play and Brain Growth
Sally Keller, MAT
Attachment in Early Childhood
Tina Mannarino, PhD
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