The College of Education will be hosting an Early Care Early Childhood Education Conference focusing on the need of young children ages 0 to 8 on Saturday, April 26 from 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM. Early childhood education speaker and consultant, Dr. Rebecca Isbell will be the keynote speaker. Several sessions will be available to choose from on the following areas, in addition to other topics relevant to early childhood education:
• Working with Infants, Toddlers, & Preschool-Age Children
• Early Literacy, Math, & Science Explorations
• Child Development
• Parent Engagement & Building Early Childhood Partnerships with Families
• Health and Nutrition
• Outdoor and/or Environmental Educational Sessions
• Administration of Early Childhood Care & Education Programs
• Music & Movement for Young Children
• Social-Emotional Development of Young Children
This conference will have free admission, but you are required to register. Please visit our registration webpage. Click here »
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College of Education Vision Statement
The COE will become a national learner-centered research College that prepares professionals with the knowledge and practical skills to transform schools and communities to participate in a global society.
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College of Education Mission Statement
The mission of the College of Education at the University of Texas-Pan American is to continually improve the educational process in the College and the community through teaching, research, and service. The College values the rich cultural and linguistic history of the international border area and directs its program and course offerings toward the preparation of professionals for an increasingly diverse population of learners.
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