Storytelling Through Music, Movement and Play
Saturday, April 8, 2017
Thomas College, Waterville ME
7.0 training hours
Morning and afternoon breakout sessions will feature educators, performers, authors, and artists to explore:
* how the performing arts bring stories to life and facilitate understanding of other peoples, cultures, and places,
* how storytelling helps children meet Maine’s Early Learning and Development Standards,
* how we guide children in telling, listening to, and engaging with stories,
* and how educators can promote and enhance storytelling in their programs and classrooms.
MaineAEYC members are eligible for a *special* reduced registration rate!
Please see the attached pdf for more information and to register. https://maineaeyc.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/spring17_registration.pdf
*NEW* Prefer to register online? Please visit https://maineaeyc.org/spring2017-registration/ (Note: you will need to have an active PayPal account to complete the online registration process).
This event is sponsored through a collaboration between Maine Roads to Quality at the University of Southern Maine, the Maine DHHS Office of Child and Family Services, the Family Child Care Association of Maine, and the Maine Association for the Education of Young Children.
Hope to see you there!