Pick a topic that is timely, relevant, and thought-provoking.
Be creative and clear with your title. A good title will invite the attendee to join by making the topic and content distinct and engaging. (12-word limit)
This should be a brief overview of the workshop/session you are proposing. This description will be used in the conference program. (75-word limit)
Indiana AEYC seeks proposals that address the age range of birth through age eigth. You will be asked to identify the age level addresses: Infant, Toddler, Preschool/Pre-K, or School Age. You may select more than one age group
The Indiana Early Childhood Conference attracts a diverse group of attendees. We seek proposals that are targeted to these experience levels:,Level 1 – Beginner/PreCredential, Level 2 – Novice/Credential, Level 3 – Intermediate/Associate Degree, Level 4 – Experienced/Bachelors Degree, and Level 5 – Advanced/Masters Degree or Higher
Core Knowledge Area:
To ensure a well-rounded program and provide content that appeals to all attendees, each proposal must identify which Core Knowledge Area covered by the training. 1. Child and Youth Growth and Development, 2. Health, Safety and Nutrition, 3. Observation and Assessment, 4. Learning Environment and Curriculum, 5. Family and Community Engagement, 6. Leadership and Professionalism, 7. Organizational Development and Administration
Equity and Diversity; Health, Safety, and Nutrition; Family Child Care; Faith Based; Infant; Toddler; Preschool; School Age; Family Engagement; Leadership and Administration; Research; Reggio