EVENTS

Professional Development and Special Events

Group Lecture

FREE        TRAINING!


"The Growing Brain:

The Basics"

October 14, 2021

10 am-12 pm

 

Location: Play and Learn

                   3616 South Yale

                   Tulsa, OK

Presenter: Gay Snyder 

Registration limited to 20 participants.

"The Growing Brain: Language and Communication"

 

October 19, 2021

online

 

Location: online via Zoom

Presenter: Gay Snyder 

Registration limited to 25 participants.

SECA Conference

The Southern Early Childhood Association (SECA) is committed to improving the quality of care and education for young children and their families through advocacy and professional development.

Since 1948 the Southern Early Childhood Association has brought together preschool, kindergarten, primary teachers & administrators, caregivers, program directors, and individuals working with & for families, to promote quality care and education for young children.

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

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LEADERSHIP TRAINING

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CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS

Connect

With like-minded early childhood professionals to share your challenges and discover solutions

Learn

From the nation's leading trainers, authors, and advocates on the business of family child care!

Invest

In your professional growth. As a small business owner, your expenses for registration fees and travel may be tax-deductible when itemizing your taxes. Check with your tax professional for details.

Relax

Being an early childhood professional is hard work! We think you deserve some time for…You! The annual conference is the perfect chance to relax and have fun at the same time!

Repeat

Each day of the conference offers world-class sessions, fun, excitement, and surprises!

NAEYC Conference

Together with our members, community partners, and network of Affiliates across the country, we proudly ensure that the early childhood profession exemplifies excellence and is recognized as performing a vital role in society. Alongside you, NAEYC is the national voice of the early childhood community.