Professor Laevers is director of the Research Centre for Experiental Education at the University of Leuven, Belgium, and is renowned for his research on 'well-being' and 'involvement'.
The three-hour masterclass on the morning of Saturday 7 February - 'How children learn - delivering and assessing best practice' - also features Jan Dubiel, national development manager at Early Excellence.
On Friday 6 February, Julia Manning-Morton, Penny Tassoni and Alice Sharp are running a masterclass on 'Meeting the emotional and learning needs of two-year-olds', and there is a full programme of hour-long seminars on all aspects of best practice in the Early Years Foundation Stage, with speakers including Stella Louis, Kay Mathieson, Vicky Hutchin and Gail Ryder-Richardson.
The Nursery World Show 2015 will also include an exhibition of leading early years suppliers, so that you can discuss your needs, find out information and try and buy equipment and resources. There'll also be free sessions at the Live Theatre Stage.
The Nursery World Show is back - bigger and better - at the Business Design Centre in London on 6-7 February 2015.
Register for free and book seminars and masterclasses at www.nurseryworldshow.com