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NCCCC's Annual Conference and Professional Institute will be held at:
The Embassy Suite Hotel Downtown Portland
319 SW Pine Street, Portland, Oregon 97204
April 9-12, 2014
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Keynote speakers include:
Debra R. Sullivan Ph.D.
Author of Learning to Lead; Effective Leadership Skills for Teachers of Young Children, and President of the Praxis Institute for Early Childhood.
J. Ronald Lally, Ed.D.
Founding member of Zero to Three and author of numerous publications focusing on infant/toddler learning and development.
Statement to the NCCCC Membership
The NCCCC board has been in communication with the U.S Department of Education Office of Post-secondary Education about the Higher Education Programs Project Directors meeting in Washington, DC, in addition we have been working towards a possible conference session on the CCAMPIS grant and a pre-application workshop for the CCAMPIS grant at our annual conference scheduled on March 13-16 in Williamsburg, VA.
The Department has informed us:
“While plans for the Higher Education Programs (HEP) Project Directors’ (PD) conference are tentative, there are currently no plans for a pre-application workshop or to discuss pre-application information during the HEP conference.
The Department remains committed to the presentation of a CCAMPIS
pre-application workshop as planned on Friday March 15, 2013 at the annual NCCCC conference in Williamsburg, VA. "
We will post more information on the NCCCC conference website as it becomes available from the OPE.
The National Coalition for Campus Children's Centers (NCCCC) is a nonprofit educational membership organization. NCCCC supports research and activities affecting college and university early childhood education and service settings, family and work issues, and the field of early childhood education in general. NCCCC expresses this mission through its newsletters, publications, conferences and grants.
Writing for the NCCCC Journal
What is the Journal?
- The National Coalition of Campus Children’s Centers publishes a peer-reviewed journal called The Voice for Children on Campus.
- The Voice aims to contribute to the advancement of early childhood care and education by providing an opportunity for scholars and practitioners to share theory, research, case studies, and their applications to early care and education. It is designed to provide up-to-date information regarding the application of principles from child development, health & wellness, early childhood education, family support, and teacher education to campus settings.
- The Voice is published twice yearly online on the Member’s Only page of the NCCCC Website.
- To view past issues, member click here and non-member contact Sharon Carver, Ph.D.
Who reads the journal?
- The intended audience is teachers, directors, faculty members and administrators of campus children’s programs.
Who writes the journal?
- Contributors include faculty, directors, teachers, researchers, and other advocates such as health care providers, therapists, etc.
How do I submit an article?
- Articles submitted for publication should be sent to Sharon Carver, Ph.D.
- Documents should be 2,500 words, formatted in APA style .
- Pertinent tables, illustrations and photographs may be included.
- A brief biographical sketch of the author must also be attached.
How do I get help with writing an article?
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