A child’s development is complex and multi-faceted. This presentation will invite Alliance Member School Directors and Staff Members to explore tools to understand developmental milestones, while providing practical applications in the classroom. Using an observational tool, participants will work together to discover developmental milestones and brainstorm practical uses in the classroom. This event is open to Member Schools of The Alliance and registration is required (more information will be available closer to the event).
Susan Stolzer has a MAT in Early Childhood Education and a PhD in Child Development with a concentration in Special Education. She has been in the field of Early Childhood Education for over twenty years. She has taught in inclusive preschool settings, meeting the needs of learners both with and without special needs, for ten years. She has also taught in higher education settings to undergraduate and graduate adult learners at institutions such as Kendall College, National Louis University, and Erikson Institute.