In this webinar, the first installment of the NAEYC Thought Leaders in Early Childhood webinar series, Dr. Clancy Blair, professor of applied psychology in the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development at New York University, discussed “Promoting the Development of Self-Regulation in Young Children”

In this webinar, the second installment of the NAEYC Thought Leaders in Early Childhood webinar series, Dr. Catherine Snow, a psychologist who has studied language and literacy acquisition in bilingual and monolingual children, discussed strategies for encouraging language development and some of the challenges young learners face in mastering linguistics.

In this webinar, the third installment of the NAEYC Thought Leaders in Early Childhood webinar series, Dr. Robert C. Pianta, founding director of the Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) at the University of Virginia and a professor in both the Curry School of Education and in the Department of Psychology, explored the topic of measuring classroom quality.

In this webinar, the fourth installment of the NAEYC Thought Leaders in Early Childhood webinar series, Dr. Valora Washington, CEO of the Council for Professional Recognition and the co-creator of several child advocacy institutions such as Michigan’s Children, discussed early childhood leadership and advocacy.

In this webinar, the fifth installment of the NAEYC Thought Leaders in Early Childhood webinar series, Dr. Eugene Garcia, Distinguished Professor of Research at the National Hispanic University, discussed Early Childhood Education Development, Learning and Teaching: Addressing Linguistic and Cultural Diversity.