Presentation Submissions are now closed for the 2019 conference. Please check back for the 2020 conference in November.
BE THE CHANGE,
SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE!
Seminars and workshops address all areas of early childhood, preferably relevant to our theme, and be either 1, 1.5, or 2 hours in duration. NMAEYC conference sessions are diverse, and support the different areas of the field that work with infants and toddlers, preschool, K-3rd grade and administrators.
Your hands-on workshops are an integral part of our conference, that’s why we offer 2 free registrations for Saturday presenters!
Note: We are no longer accepting Saturday Presentation proposals. Click here to check your submission status.
TELL NEW MEXICO WHAT
YOU’RE DOING & LEARNING!
Poster presentations are geared towards professionals who would love to share a research project, exciting lesson ideas, program or project, or guidance and management techniques with other early childhood practitioners in a small group setting through posters and other materials describing the project displayed on a table in the exhibit hall. Also, if you are a seminar presenter, but would like to offer more information to a wider audience, this forum may be of interest as well.
As a Poster Exhibitor, you will receive one free registration to the Conference on Saturday, March 2. If you are able to present your poster during the Preconference on Friday, March 1, you will receive 1 discounted Preconference registration for yourself.
WHAT SHOULD I PRESENT?
Conference participants are interested in a wide variety of topics including:
- Infant/Toddler geared
- Sessions and posters in Spanish
- Family Engagement
- Social Emotional Development
- Guidance and Challenging Behaviors
- Coping with Stress and Violence
- Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP)
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Early Intervention
- Classroom Management (circle time, transitions, environment, routines, etc.)
- Art (all ages)
- Culturally Responsive Teaching
- Trauma-informed Teaching
- Coaching, Mentoring, Reflective Practice
- Build and Foster Relationships with Families
- Positive Work Environment, Motivating Staff, Team Building
- Effective Staff Meetings and In-house Professional Development
- Build and Foster Relationships with Community Businesses and/or Agencies
- Development of Internal Policies, Systems, Procedures that Support Young Children, Families, and Staff