Virtual Event Calendar
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ZERO TO THREE virtual events, developed and presented by our expert staff and affiliates get you up to date on the latest research and critical information that is invaluable to the important work you do in the field.
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Getting Started with Mindfulness in the Early Childhood Workplace Part II- Promising Applications of Mindfulness in Early Childhood Settings
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 2PM-3PM EST
Mindfulness can help your early childhood organization support the well-being and resilience of staff and promote the delivery of quality service for children and families. The second of our three-part webinar series will explore different strategies for applying mindfulness across early childhood disciplines.
Part III: Member Exclusive - Mindfulness in the Early Childhood Workplace Q and A
Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at 2PM-2:45PM EST.
The final session is free for Members and only those who registered for both sessions one and two of our three-part webinar series, Getting Started with Mindfulness in the Early Childhood Workplace, will offer the opportunity for ZTT Members to discuss the integration of mindfulness in early childhood organizations.
Public Libraries: Vital Partners in Family Engagement
Presented in partnership with Public Library Association a division of the American Library Association
Wednesday, March 4, 2020 at 2PM-3PM EST.
Public libraries are accessible, offering diverse, intergenerational programming and serving families from low income homes at a high rate compared to other community providers. This session will enlighten new and experienced early childhood program staff, parents and others about the potential of public libraries and how they can collaborate with local public libraries as learning spaces and extend their own impact to engage families.