2022 NMAEYC Conference Session Proposals
Proposals will be accepted now through December 31st.
The seminars or workshop may address all areas of early childhood, preferably relevant to our theme and content tracks. NMAEYC is looking for a diverse selection of seminars to support the different areas of the field that work with all age groups, all types of professionals and families and in all settings. All workshops are 60 minutes.
If your proposal is accepted, presenters and one co-presenter will receive free conference registration for Saturday. If your proposal is not accepted, we will honor Early Bird Registration rates.
If you have any questions or concerns please email us at
The theme for this year's conference is "Resilience: Recharge and Electrify on the Road to Recovery.”
Our content pillars are:
● Advocacy, Leadership, and Administration
This track includes, but is not limited to, public policy and advocacy tracks, leadership, recruitment, and retention, preventing teacher burn-out, creating support networks, business resources, staff competencies, preparation, and support. Coaching, Mentoring, team building, NAEYC Accreditation
● STEM, Play, Science and Nature, Technology in Programing
This track includes, but is not limited to topics on STEM, STEAM, Nature, Technology, Play, Messy Play, Loose Parts – at home or in the classroom
● Social-Emotional Learning, Health & Child well-being, Early Intervention, Infant & Toddlers
This track includes, but is not limited to, supporting families with health access, food insecurities, infant mental health, self-care, trauma-informed care, working with children with special needs
● Teaching, Curriculum & Assessments, Reflective Supervision, Practiced Based Coaching (infant, toddler, PreK, k-3rd grade)
This track includes, but is not limited to, teaching, curriculum, and assessments in Dual Language, School Age content, social-emotional development, infant/toddler well-being, relationship-based, CLASS, observation, FOCUS, TSG, reflective supervision, and practice-based coaching
● Families & Community Relationships, Family Care & Support, Home Visiting
This track includes, but is not limited to families and community relationships, family engagement, home visiting, FIT, social program information, challenging behaviors, responsiveness
● Cultural and Linguistic Responsiveness:
This track provides workshops based on how culture and language have profound effects on child and family development, ways to raise awareness of our own assumptions about cultural attitudes and values, and strategies to integrate culturally and linguistically responsive methods
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Lecture and Demonstrations
Relevant Content Pillars
Advocacy, Leadership and Administration
Families and Community Relationships
STEM, Play, Science and Nature, Technology in Programming
Social Emotional Learning, Health & Child well-being, Early Intervention, Infant & Toddlers
Teaching, Curriculum & Assessments, Reflective Supervision, Practiced Based Coaching (infant, toddler, prek, k-3rd grade)
Families & Community Relationships, Family Care & Support, Home Visiting
Cultural and Linguistic Responsiveness
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