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Early education staff presented at brain development conference

1WatsonC-Pref.jpgCenter for Early Education and Development (CEED) staff presented at the 12th Annual Communities Collaborative Brain Development Conference Building Strong Children on August 7-9, 2012, in Mahnomen, MN. CEED co-director Christopher Watson presented Self Regulation: A Cornerstone of Early Childhood. Watson also presented Learning Self-regulation: A Crucial Task for Babies.


Tracy Crudo
Research associate Nikki Kovan, along with CASCW's Tracy Crudo, presented Using a Developmental Approach in Child Welfare Practice.

1Jane Kretzmann1.jpgCEED senior fellow Jane Kretzmann made a presentation related to work on Project for Babies, which she directs.

Read more about the conference, sponsored by the White Earth Child Care Program.

Also see more about Watson's research on reflective supervision as an effective tool for early education professionals to avoid burnout.

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