Preschool Curriculum Decision Making:
Exploring Key Curriculum Models and Reviewing the Evidence-Base

Friday, October 30, 2009 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Robertson Hall - Dodds Auditorium, Princeton University

FREE Conference

Co-Sponsored by:

The National Institute for Early Education Research and The Division of Early Childhood Education (NJDOE)**

This conference is a forum for participants to learn about the philosophy of six preschool curricula, the research supporting each curriculum, how each approaches differentiated learning, and implementation issues or struggles. The six curriculum models being highlighted are:

The presenters for each curriculum will be the curriculum developers themselves. The day will end with voices from the field, teachers who have implemented the curriculum, providing direct feedback on using the curriculum

This conference is recommended for superintendents, child care directors, early childhood supervisors and other school personnel involved in the preschool curriculum decision making process.  It is also recommended for districts or centers who have not yet implemented a published curriculum, who are unsure about their current curriculum, or who are exploring a change in curriculum

7 Professional Development Hours Awarded for Participation
 

**NJ DOE sponsorship of this professional development opportunity to take a critical look at varying curriculum models does not imply endorsement of the models. The NJ DOE recommended preschool curriculum models has not changed. Please see http://www.nj.gov/education/ece/curriculum/curriculum.htm for more information.



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