First Global Conference for Kindergarten Teachers
We all know the importance of learning new things, new ways, new approaches, and new methods, … they help us do things better, faster, or more effectively. The world is changing faster than ever before and because of that, we are forced to grow. As we are constantly facing challenges the need for impactful solutions is increasing. But where do we find them? By learning from those who successfully mastered the challenges with creative solutions that work.
Kindergartens International Institution has gathered international experts in the field of preschool education to help you improve your professional skills, by presenting new ways, new approaches, and new methods, which will help you do things better, faster, and more effectively.
100 Early Childhood Educators from 38 countries all over the world have registered.
Special guests of the Conference
Dr. Jean Feldman’s noteworthy educational career has spanned more than 50 years. She has served as a classroom teacher, instructor of adults, author, and consultant. Dr. Feldman’s list of degrees include a B.A. from the University of Georgia, a D.A.S.T. from Emory University, and both M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Georgia State University. Dr. Feldman inspires teachers across the country with her engaging songs and creative activities that help make teaching and learning FUN!
Dr. Jean has authored more than 20 books for early childhood educators, has published 15 CDs and 2 DVDs, and has recorded hundreds of YouTube videos that are used by teachers and children of all ages all over the world. Check out her “Banana Dance” with more than 38 million hits for a smile!!
Milla Mikkola is a kindergarten teacher. She has worked as an early childhood teacher and manager in Finland for ten years. She has planned, implemented, and guided teachers in Finnish early childhood pedagogy. She is especially passionate about the importance of playful learning and children’s unique development in early education.
Milla Mikkola is also the CEO and CoFounder of Kindiedays, a digital solution developed to support quality early childhood education.
Sue Asquith is an international early childhood consultant, she has worked in the early years sector for 24 years as a registered childminder, mentor affiliated with local children centres, college lecturer, associate trainer and assessor for various childcare charities and has worked on several DfE funded projects.
Her work includes writing and delivering training, consultancy visits, writing blogs, and delivering keynote speeches and workshops at conferences in the UK and around the world. Her book Self-Regulation Skills in Young Children was published in April 2020.