Getting off to a Good Start
良好開端 means "Good Start" and reflects NAEYC's wish for all young children in the United States, and around the world. 良好開端 Good Start focuses on ensuring that children and families whose home language is Mandarin have access to high-quality early learning programs. This track provides the Mandarin-speaking early childhood communitiy with access to sessions conducted in Mandarin on topics concerning early childhood education in both the United States and China.
良好開端 Good Start at Annual Conference 2018
良好開端 Good Start offers sessions conducted in Mandarin on topics of interest across the field - and across the globe! Don't forget to include Good Start sessions on your Annual Conference session itinerary. The itinerary is now available online, click here to search our 2018 Good Start sessions and plan your Conference experience.
This year's Good Start language track features something special,
A Mandarin follow-up session to the Opening Keynote Address, titled "Continue the Conversation: What Would Fred Rogers do?" The session will be delivered by Dr. Junlei Li, a Saul Zaentz Senior Lecturer in early childhood education, Harvard Graduate School of Education & previous director of the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children's Media.
View the 2017 Annual Conference Mandarin Program–2017 年度会议及博览会 to see last year's Mandarin special language track.
NAEYC's 良好開端 Good Start call for proposals for the 2019 Annual Conference will launch in the fall of 2018.