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Zero to Three - National Conference Webcasts

  • December 12, 2013
  • December 13, 2013
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for the developing brain, best practices
with dual language learners, alternatives
to anger for parents and caregivers,
and much more!

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 Thursday Schedule


A Matter of Timing: Enhancing Positive Change
for the Developing Brain
-Nathan Fox, PhD, University of Maryland

Integrating Mindfulness Within Training,
Supervision, and Practice With Parents
and Young Children - Linda Gilkerson, PhD,
Erikson Institute, Rebecca Shahmoon Shanok,
LCSW, PhD, Institute for Infants, Children
and Familes, Jewish Board of Family
Children's Services, Roseanne Clark, PhD,
University of Wisconsin

Best Practice With Dual Language Learners
-Dina Castro, PhD, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers
College, Arizona State University, Linda
Espinosa, PhD, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill

Thinking About Brain Development and
Approaches to Learning - Sandra Petersen, MA,
Amy Dapsauski, MA, Linda Gillespie, MS,
Early Head Start National Resource Center

TALK, Right From the Start: Building a Strong
Language Foundation for Infants and Toddlers
-T.J. Ragan, CCC-SLP, MA SLP, Julianne Smith,
CCC-SLP, SLP, Emily Chen, MEd, Rollins Center
for Language & Learning



Friday Schedule


Keynote Presentation by San Antonio Mayor
-Julian Castro

Truly Including Birth to Three in the New
Vision of Successful Early Learning - John
Gasko, PhD, Texas Department of Education,
Houston, Peter Mangione, PhD, Center for
Child and Family Studies, WestEd, Sausalito,
CA, Holly Schriebe, PhD, Ohio Child Care
Resource and Referral Agency, I/T Network,

A Fresh Look at Family and Medical Leave
-Judy Lichtman, LLB, National Partnership
for Women and Families, Ross Thompson, PhD,
University of California, Davis

Trauma-Informed Early Intervention: New
Vision for Practice - Linda Gilkerson, PhD,
Erikson Institute, Deborah Harris, LCSW,
Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation
and Training, Mimi Graham, EdD, Florida State
University Center for Prevention and Early
Intervention Policy, Cindy Oser, MS, ZERO TO

RELAX: Alternatives to Anger for Parents and
Caregivers - Holly B. Tiret, MA, Michigan
State University Extension, Grand Rapids,
Gail Innis, MS, Michigan State University
Extension, Sandusky


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