Early Childhood Education Mini-Conference

Topics Covered:

  • Policies that impact early childhood practice here and abroad
  • Program models with international influence: Montessori, Reggio Emilia, and Waldorf
  • Early childhood education in Africa, Australia, England, India, Italy, Norway and other nations
  • Best practices in early childhood environments

Early Childhood Education Mini-Conference

Welcoming Remarks
: Maureen T. Walsh, Ed.D., Dean, Division of Education, Molloy College

Moderators: Sherry Radowitz, Ph.D., Senior Grants Officer; Early Childhood Consultant, Division of Education, Molloy College, Laura Shea Doolan, Ed.D., Professor, Division of Education, Molloy College

Panel Presenters: Alice Carey Brown, M.A., Early Childhood Consultant and former Director, Alice Brown Early Learning Center at Adelphi University, Lisa Mars, Vice President of Global Benefits, CA Technologies, Rev. Gabriel Muteru, Ph.D.,Chaplain, Campus Ministries, Molloy College, Stevie Ross, M.S., Faculty Mentor and Remedial Educator, Waldorf School of Garden City, Torfinn Stave, Manager, Valhall Barnehage, Norway

Meets three (3) hours of NYS Office of Children & Family Services (OCFS) training requirements
Counts as one (1) Molloy-sponsored workshop for Education majors

April 20, 2012 · 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. • Hays Theatre, Wilbur Arts Center

For more information contact Dr. Sherry Radowitz: 516.678.5000 ext. 6801 or sradowitz@molloy.edu