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Conference description:All children have the right to opportunities for realizing their full potential. Some children by nature of individual, family, or community circumstances are more vulnerable and will need extra support in achieving this. In order for these supports to be most effective, we must integrate our knowledge of the principles of child and family development with research and innovative practice. Special attention will be given to children in care and children with disabilities.
Conference objectives:This conference will provide opportunities to learn about new research and evolving practice relating to: child care, developmental disabilities, parenting, child development, diversity, policy, children at risk, inclusion, professional challenges, children in care, infant & child mental health, transitions.
Who should attend:This conference will be of interest to all those who work with young children and/or families.
The Early Childhood Learning Knowledge Centre will present two workshops at the conference: one on the development of aggression (by Amélie Petitclerc, co-manager of ECLKC's Scientific Committee) and the other one on the interactive DVD Aux origines de l'agression : le guide interactif pour observer, comprendre et intervenir (by Jean Gervais, Université du Québec en Outaouais).
For more information, visit the conference Website.
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