Events Calendar

Below are events that Erikson’s Early Math Collaborative is involved with, either through hosting or by providing professional development, presentations, or other services. Events may require registration or membership to a specific professional organization. Please refer to the given links for specifics of each event.

Events List

Events related to ongoing projects may not appear in this calendar.

  • November 14, 2018

    "The S + T in STEM: Helping young children investigate and make sense of the world around them"

    Presentation at the 2018 NAEYC National Conference. Washington Convention Center, Room 201. 8:15 AM
    Participants in this workshop will learn how to use science and technology tools, found objects, literature, and storytelling to investigate how, when, where, and why young children’s interactions with objects motivate scientific thinking, mathematical thinking, and literacy.

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  • November 14, 2018

    "Story dictation and dramatization: A power play across the early childhood curriculum"

    Presentation at the 2018 NAEYC National Conference. Marriott Marquis, Liberty Salon N/O/P. 8:15 AM
    This session will focus on the unique role that story dictation and dramatization play in supporting the development of mathematical understanding, scientific inquiry, and language and literacy skills in young children, including dual language learners.

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  • November 14, 2018

    "Using picture books to help children see and talk about math all around them"

    Presentation at the 2018 NAEYC National Conference. Washington Convention Center, Room 151B. 12:00 PM
    In this workshop, teachers, librarians, and other educators will identify and examine powerful characteristics of picture books that promote mathematical discourse and discovery.

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  • November 14, 2018

    "A variety of play: Definitions, functions, and benefits"

    Presentation at the 2018 NAEYC National Conference. Marriott Marquis, Liberty Salon N/O/P. 12:00 PM
    In this session, presenters will discuss why it is important for the field to have clear definitions of play and what the benefits of such delineations are to the classroom practice.
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  • November 15, 2018

    Early Math Interest Forum Business & Membership Meeting

    Part of the 2018 NAEYC National Conference. Marriott Marquis, Mount Vernon Square. 10:00 AM
    Do you love talking about young children’s mathematical thinking? So do we! Join us at the first business meeting of the new Early Math Interest Forum. We will discuss exciting new activities, professional development, and research in early mathematics education. We will also focus on what goals you have for this new interest forum and how we can support each other in our work throughout the year.
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  • March 15, 2019

    "Play and learn together! Games engage ALL children and families in math thinking"

    Presentation at the 2019 Global Leadership Summit
    Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development (ASCD)

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