2019 ECEBC/CCCF National Conference

    Early Childhood Education: Looking Back, Moving Forward [Read more…]

    26th Annual AECENL Provincial Conference

    More info at http://www.aecenl.ca

    NSCCA: Exploring Risk in Outdoor Play

    Friday, June 1st
    Dr. Beverlie Dietze, Keynote
    Director of Learning and Applied Research at Okanagan College, will discuss administrative risk considerations in providing programs that support outdoor play in the context of the NEW Nova Scotia Curriculum Framework.

    Saturday, June 2nd
    Dr. Rusty Keeler, Keynote
    Author of “Natural Playscapes: Creating Outdoor Play Environments for the Soul”, will provide inspiration to ECE’s on exploring and developing programs and utilizing outdoor spaces.

    ❖ 2 Feature Presenters
    ❖ Trade Show
    ❖ Workshops/Breakout Sessions
    ❖ All day presentation with Beverlie Dietze ❖ Gala Reception and Awards Presentations

    The goal of this conference is to explore risk in outdoor play, strengthen ties and expand collaborations among professionals who work with children in the early years of life and support them to reach their full potential in delivering high quality early learning through education, discussions and open conversation.

    In partnership with: The Certification Council of Early Childhood Educators of Nova Scotia

    Full details at http://nschildcareassociation.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Save-the-Date-June-2018.pdf

    Home Child Care Association of Ontario (HCCA): Defining Quality in Licensed Home Child Care

    More info at www.hccao.com


    The 41st MCCA Early Learning and Child Care conference, “A Few Of Our Favourite Thngs”

    The 41st MCCA Early Learning and Child Care conference,

    “A Few Of Our Favourite Thngs”

    will be held May 24 – 26, 2018 at the Victoria Inn, Winnipeg, MB.

    Online registration and the conference brochure will be available on our website on Feb. 2, 2018 at www.mccahouse.org 

    AECEA Annual Conference

    More info at https://aecea.ca

    ECEBC’S 47TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE:Navigating Our World Through the Lens of Early Childhood. It’s Our Moment.


    Navigating Our World Through the Lens of Early Childhood.  It’s Our Moment.

    Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport
    8181 Cambie Road, Richmond, BC

    Download the Pre-Registration Information here

    Interested in being a vendor at next year’s Trade and Resource Fair?
    Download the application here.
    Download the floorplan here.
    If you are representing a not-for-profit organization, please email cbuttkus@ecebc.ca to find out more about reduced exhibitor fee rates.

    Interested in presenting a workshop at next year’s conference?  Please download our Call for Presentations Application here.

    Offering In-Depth Learning Experiences for Infants & Toddlers Through Teacher-Research

    Offering In-Depth Learning Experiences for Infants & Toddlers Through Teacher Research

    Featuring Margie Carter & Deb Curtis

    Friday April 7 & Saturday April 8, 2017

    SFU Childcare Society is hosting an Early Childhood Educator conference focused on providing in-depth learning experiences for infants and toddlers.

    With facilitators Margie Carter and Deb Curtis, you will be supported to grow as a teacher researcher, with inspiration from the Reggio Emilia approach and pedagogical documentation on real-life encounters with children. Together we will consider research from recent insights in early years neuroscience and sensory motor development.

    Collaboration is essential for teacher researchers, and we encourage you to attend with another member of your centre. You will be working at tables in “communities of practice” with a facilitator who teaches at SFU Childcare Society.

    SFU Childcare Society is well-known in the ECE community for its quality programming in a beautiful natural setting on Burnaby mountain; SFUCCS operates 7 Infant/Toddler programs from a total of 15 childcare programs. A tour of our facilities is available as part of the conference.

    A selection of Harvest Resources books, CDs, and DVDs will be available for purchase; cheques and cash (CAD) preferred.

    More info at:  http://www.sfu.ca/childcare/events/conference2017