Stephanie Krause loves helping teachers and childcare workers find their way toward child-led play-based early childhood education! If you are looking for someone to inspire your staff through interactive and discussion-provoking training sessions or educational consulting, please contact us for more details.
April 27 & 28, 2018- COCORAEYC's Spring Conference- Various trainings to be delivered
May 19- Playcentric
Past Trainings Provided:
April 2017- "Play: It's What the Children Need" at COCOAEYC;s Spring 2017 Conference
February 2017- Custom Training and Consulting at Kids R Kids Early Learning Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia
April 2016- "Play: Where Does the Learning Happen" at COCOAEYC's Spring 2016 Conference
April 2016- "Play: Effectively Educating and Communicating with Parents" at COCOAEYC's Spring 2016 conference
April 2016- "Gaining Parent Participation in the Educational Play Movement" Poster presentation at Clemson University for The US Play Coalition's "Rebooting Play" Conference
February 2016- Shared "Where is Math and Science" with college students in their class of "Math and Science in Early Childhood Education"
April 2015- "Learning Through Authentic Child-Led Play Experiences" at COCOAEYC's Spring 2015 Conference
March 2015- "Math and Science In the Context of Play" shared with college class of "Math and Science in Early Childhood Education"
May 2014- "Art and Science As a Multi-Sensory Experience: Exploring Art and Science Integration In Early Childhood" at COCOAEYC's Spring 2014 Conference
Feb 2014- Guest presenter to college "Math and Science in Early Childhood Education" class on "Math and Science in the Context of Play"
Stephanie has also enjoyed serving as a guest on a few early learning podcasts (no longer available for listening):
Stephanie's other favorite topics of training discussion:
Praise and Rewards- Not the Solution
Open-Ended Art- Why and How
Bullies and Friends in Early Childhood
Early Literacy in the Context of Play
Rough and Tumble Play
Death and Dying- How it Relates to Early Childhood
Power- How we can give power to the young child
Handling Challenging Behavior
Contact Stephanie: (541) 306-4592 firstname.lastname@example.org