The World Forum on Early Care and Education is unlike any other gathering. The program is crafted to build relationships, expand perspectives, and provoke new thinking. Public status or recognition are not required to take on any role at World Forum, nor are any presenters paid for speaking. Instead, we rely on individuals to step forward and share their experiences and insights. All delegates, in-person or attending virtually, on stage and in the audience, share an equal voice. Everyone has something to learn and something to share.
Over 200 early childhood professionals from nearly 50 countries are hard at work finalizing their presentations. Here’s a peek at just a few of this year’s featured speakers.
And so much more…
Making the Physical Environment Accessible to All
Anne Sivanathan, Malaysia
Children as Guardians of the Earth: Our Role in Relationship Building
Claire Warden, Scotland
Early Childhood Workforce Trends in the Wake of COVID-19
Yasmina Vinci, United States
Elizabeth Lule, United States
All That We Are; All That We Want to Be
Tara Schroder, United States
Covid-19 and its Effects on Early Childhood Education
Children in Conflict/Peacebuilding
Honoring Differences Around the World
Building Leadership and Organizational Capacity for the Future
Supporting Families and Communities
Variations in Delivering Care and Education
Mindfulness and Wellbeing
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