Early Childhood Education Conference

This workshop will introduce participants to the research on mindsets and how mindsets influence children’s learning and performance.  Participants will explore ways in which to change their own mindset to be more effective in the classroom.  Strategies to support children will also be reviewed.

Beth Snyder has been an educator for over 30 years. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in elementary education and a Master’s degree in early childhood education.  Beth has taught varying groups of children, ages 0 through 8th grade, both in the public and private school sector.   Her experiences also include being a third grade team leader, a private school vice principal, the director of an early education program, a member of the corporate education department of an early childhood company and, most recently, as program coordinator as part of the IDEALS Program at Johns Hopkins University and a trainer for Innovations in Education.  Beth’s professional passion is promoting the strong image of the children and educators, elevating the integral role of early childhood education in our society.

      Core of Knowledge: 2.0 Clock Hours of Curriculum

Mindset: Encouraging All Learners

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