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Brazil Campaigns for Early Childhood
August 9, 2013
Remember, you have been criticizing yourself for years and it hasnít worked. Try approving of yourself and see what happens.
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The National Alliance for Early Childhood in Brazil has launched a "National Plan for Early Childhood."  To promote this plan, it has developed a short animated video. Gustavo Amora, World Forum Global Leader for Young Children, directed this video.

You can view this video at http://youtu.be/bfBJmlefQKA Click on the closed captioning link (cc) for subtitles in English.

5 Reasons to Attend the 2014 World Forum
May 2014, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Over 800 people from more than 80 nations are expected at the 2014 World Forum on Early Care and Education. Here are just five reasons why you should plan to be there…


5. Expose yourself to widely diverse perspectives and approaches to the care and education of young children.

4. Learn about the lives of children, families, and early childhood providers from all ethnic, cultural, political, and religious backgrounds.

3. Make friends for life with your peers from over 80 nations.

2. Learn, work, converse, sing, dance, laugh, cry.

1. Change others and be changed.

For more information and to register, visit www.WorldForumFoundation.org or call (206) 673-2608.  


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Ruby Tavinor · August 09, 2013
Elim Christian Early Leaening Centre
Kaikohe, Far North District Bay of Islan, New Zealand

It would be a great opportunity to attend such a valuable event for Early Childcare Educators. I would be interested in more information. Regards Ruby.

Francis Wardle · August 09, 2013
Denver, United States

I think this calls for something I have be advocating for years: A World Forum Conference in Brazil! Brazil is an emerging force in the world, and the largest county (both geographically and by population) in South America. However, it technically is not a Hispanic country, as its official language is Portuguese and its original European settlers came from Portugal. (Like other countries in Latin America, it also includes people of African, Asian, Indian (Amerindian), Middle Eastern, other European countries, and mixed-race decent)

I have been visiting Brazil since 1996 (when I designed and built a playground for young children, profiled in CCIE), Brazil is a fascinating multiracial and multicultural country,

Helen Andresen · August 09, 2013
ILiff Preschool, Kindergarten, and School-Age Summer Camp
Denver, CO, United States

Hello...Bonnie and Roger
Many years ago you attended the Colorado Child Care Association Conference when I was President and my center was highlighted on "the tour of centers."
As I remember correctly, Roger, you were so fascinated by our kindergarten classroom in a real DC7 airplane! www.iliffpreschool.com You might also be interested in the fact that the airplane still graduates 15 early learners every year. This year will be our 50th anniversary!! You can follow our events beginning September 15 on facebook.

I read with interest your recent article on Brazil's campaign for early childhood education. As a young woman, I spent many years with my family in Brazil...my father was an engineer with Petrobras. I am still very involved with my center and in addition, an active board member with socially conscious coffee, www.sccoffee.org. It might be of interest to you what our non-profit has accomplished in the one the world's poorest coffee harvesting communities in Northern Brozil I hope you will visit this website and offer your input on how we might be able to become involved with the global forum.

Helen Andresen

CEO | Director

The Children's Resource Co.

Iliff Preschool, Kindergarten, and School-Age Summer Camp

4140 E Iliff Ave denver,co 80222

303.757.3551 | 303.757.1717 (fax)

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