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March 7 & 8, 2014
Nomination form for 2014 Gwen Morgan Emergent Leader Award
KEYNOTE: Ben Mardell,
Professor in Early Childhood at Lesley University and a Researcher on the Making Learning Visible Project at Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Registration closes on February 28, 2014. Register early!
Mail a check or money order
payable to MassAEYC along
with the REGISTRATION FORM to:
19 St. Joseph Street,
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
2014 Gwen Morgan Emergent Leader Award
The Massachusetts Association for the Education of Young Children is proud to solicit nominations for the Gwen Morgan Emergent Leader Award. This award is given on a yearly basis, when merited, to an individual that has taken advantage of a leadership opportunity to improve the quality of care for children and families, or to advance workforce and professional development opportunities for early education and care professionals. This is an individual who has been able to look down the road, as Gwen has throughout her career, and impact the future based on vision and determination.
Gwen has been influential in so many different areas of our field of early education and care. She has provided vision for policy development for over 35 years. She is a leading national authority on child care regulations. She has written on a wide range of other issues and the list of her publications is extensive. Here in Massachusetts, we have her to thank for founding the Center for Career Development in Early Care and Education at Wheelock, which helped countless states create professional development systems. She co-founded Work/Family Directions, WFD now, and she founded the Wheelock College Advanced Seminars in Child Care. Besides that, she has guided the development of countless students as they learn to be teachers.
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