ECLC

EARLY CHILDHOOD LEARNING COLLABORATIVE

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The ECLC is very pleased to announce our spring early childhood workshop.

Early Childhood Learning Collaborative

Saturday, April 23rd, 9am-12pm

6411 North Robert Road

Prescott Valley, AZ

The workshop is held in the transportation department. Just follow the signs and balloons!

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

NEW!

Clock Hours provided courtesy of Prescott College!


http://prescott.edu

9:00 - 9:30 Keynote Speaker, Kindergarten Teacher Larnell Sawyer- 2015 Yavapai County Teacher of the Year Award recipient.

9:30 - 9:45 AZ Early Childhood Workforce Registry - Mark Becker

9:45 - 10:30 Bronwyn Butterfield

10:30- 10:45 Expect More Arizona - Jennifer Hernandez

Break

11:00 - 12:00 Jennifer McMillan

Bronwyn Butterfield

MORE! Integrated Curriculum for Circle Time

Bronwyn will provide specific teaching strategies and activities to actively engage children in daily circle time. If you attended her last presentation please note that new ideas and materials will be incorporated.


Bronwyn Butterfield has taught in the elementary education and early childhood field for over 30 years. She also enjoyed teaching four semesters of Creative Activities for Young Children at Yavapai College. Her adult workshop presentations include Children’s Literature, Integrated Curriculum Circle Time and the Philosophy of the International Baccalaureate Organization.

Jennifer McMillan


* Masters in Early Childhood/Elementary Education
* Waldorf Certified
* Trained in Spacial Dynamics with a focus on developmental movement
* Taught K-5 in private and charter Waldorf schools
*Developed a successful mixed age Waldorf -inspired home school cooperative in Maine


*Kindergarten Teacher at Mountain Oak Charter School

Back by popular demand! Extended information from last time!
Jennifer will be offering an interactive presentation on developing an integrative movement-based early childhood program. Key topics will include developing the sensory-motor system and integrating residual reflexes. We will explore how to use these activities to help children meet the required standards. This is an opportunity to explore the importance of movement-based learning and how to effectively and efficiently weave developmental movement activities into the daily life of the classroom.

Mark Becker

Associate Director, Educational Outreach

Director, Arizona Early Childhood Workforce Registry


Individuals will have the opportunity to register for the Registry during the event.

Jennifer Hernandez

Community Mobilizer, Northern Arizona

Expect More Arizona