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.

  • May 4, 2019

    "Simple-to-Make Dot Cards to Promote Early Number Sense"

    Make and Take Presentation at the National Math Festival
    Washington, D.C.

    Come and see how simple-to-make dot cards can be used in a variety of games to promote early number sense. Make a set to take and play with the preschooler/kindergartener in your life. We’ll have video examples and handouts to share with early childhood teachers and parents.

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  • July 9, 2019

    MEME: Meaning-making in Early Math Education Summer Institute

    Erikson Institute
    Chicago, IL

    This 4-day event is open to teachers (preschool through kindergarten), school administrators, teacher assistants, classroom coaches, and teacher educators. It is an intensive, exciting early math exploration with a focus on counting/cardinality, spatial thinking, and shape.

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  • July 16, 2019

    Big Ideas in Early Learning Summer Institute

    Erikson Institute
    Chicago, IL

    Big Ideas in Early Learning offers a one-of-a-kind experience, drawing together various disciplines in the field of early childhood education. Over four days, you will take part in intensive exploration with Erikson Institute experts, and each day, you will be introduced to a different Big Idea, a cross-cutting concept that will be woven into each track.

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  • November 15, 2019

    Promising Math

    Erikson Institute
    Chicago, IL

    Promising Math is a biennial conference bringing together stakeholders from across the country to share knowledge about the understanding, teaching, and learning of mathematics for children between birth and eight years.

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