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Early Achievers Institutes

Overview

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Since 2013, Early Achievers Institutes has brought together experts in the field of early childhood education to inspire best practices. Taking place across the state of Washington, these Institutes are designed to provide additional support on the Early Achievers Standards to Early Achievers participants, with sessions ranging from improving instructional support to incorporating developmental screenings.

All Early Achievers participants are invited to attend. Institutes are an opportunity for team building, community connections, and earning STARS and Clock hours. Session topics include Positive Behavior Support, STEAM, Infant and Toddler Care, Engaging Interactions, and high quality learning environments. Sessions are offered in English, Spanish, and Somali and can provide additional translation upon request.
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Partners

Child Care Aware of Washington
Washington State Department of Early Learning
Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP)

2018 Early Achievers Sponsored Institutes

Best Practices in Early Education and Care
July 13 - 15 at the Yakima Convention Center
Come learn from experts and early learning professionals about evidence-based strategies to promote positive behavior with young children, STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts Mathematics), and Infant and Toddler care. Many sessions offered in Spanish.
Register now | Scholarships available for travel

Nurturing Early Learning in the Outdoors
August 6-9 at Islandwood Learning Center on Bainbridge Island
Come learn from experts and early learning professionals about making outdoor learning work for young children and educators.
Register now | Scholarships available for travel

Equity Focused Positive Behavior Support
August 13-16 at the Hyatt Regency in Renton, WA
Come learn from experts and early learning professionals about evidence-based strategies to promote positive behavior with young children.
Register now | Scholarships available for travel

 

Please contact us at EAIhelp@uw.edu if you have questions about the Early Achievers Institutes. To download materials from previous Institute sessions, please visit our Training Materials Archive.