Presented by the Minnesota Association for Family and Early Education (MNAFEE) and the Minnesota Department of Education
November 01, 2013 - December 06, 2013
The Framework for Planning, Implementing, and Evaluating PreK-3rd Grade Approaches, a research-based resource developed by Kristie Kauerz at the University of Washington and Julia Coffman at the Center for Evaluation Innovation, will be presented as a useful tool to support the development of comprehensive PK-3 systems. Participants will learn about implementation of the Framework’s eight major components, identified as essential to high-quality and comprehensive PK-3 systems.
Como Park Zoo and Conservatory Visitor Center, St. Paul, Minnesota
The fall 2013 conference of the Minnesota Council on Family Relations will be a day to explore a variety of perspectives and practical tools for promoting, practicing and facilitating civil, constructive interactions.
Jean Illsley Clarke, PhD, CFLE and David Bredehoft, PhD, CFLE, coauthors of the newly revised edition of How Much is Too Much? (Da Capo Press, 2014), will discuss recent research on childhood overindulgence and its implications for parenting, grandparenting, and parent educators.
The Society for Research in Human Development will hold its biennial conference in March 2014. Proposals are accepted online through Nov. 15 for faculty/professionals/graduate students and Feb. 1 for undergraduates.