Our seminar 'Best practice in the baby room: learning from neuroscience' will be led by Mine Conkbayir, early years lecturer, trainer and author.
Attend this session to gain an insight into how research findings into early brain development can inform how we care and educate under-twos, with a focus on adult-child interactions, skills acquisition and promoting well-being trust and empathy.
Mine Conkbayir is a training co-ordinator for the National Early Years Trainers and Consultants Organisation (NEYTCO), a lecturer, trainer and author in early childhood education and care. She is the author of Early Childhood Theories and Contemporary Issues and her latest book, Early Childhood and Neuroscience: Theory, Research and Implications for Practice is published this month. She is currently undertaking a PhD in early childhood education and neuroscience to further explore its application in early childhood research, policy and practice.
The seminar is on Saturday 6 May from 13.15-14.15. Reserve your place at http://www.nurseryworldshow.com/liverpool/seminar-and-masterclass