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11 a.m. – Noon


Links with Libraries: The Sur- prisingly Diverse Ways Librar- ies are Supporting School Readiness


FOLLETT GROWING READERS SERIES Sponsored by


CEU CODE: FGR 309 CEU CREDIT: 0.1 LOCATION: Promenade 103 B


Public libraries are doing amazing things for early learning and school readiness. Partnering with them can really help Head Start programs make a difference. Ideas for collaborating with libraries should be part of every Head Start teachers plan for supporting young DLLs. This session will present exciting examples of library initiatives that meet diverse language needs, offer access to technology, and build family literacy.


Mastering the Family Conference: Opportunities, Pitfalls, and Practical Advice


CEU CODE: 373 CEU CREDIT: 0.1 LOCATION: Promenade 201 A


Communicating effectively with families is essential for creating a strong connection between home and school. This session will offer concrete ideas to help participants prepare for a productive, engaging, and supportive family conference. Learn how to make the most of opportunities to share information with families about child development milestones, best practices and ideas to extend learning at home.


Participants will…


• Use family conferences to plan and provide individualized learning and development experiences.


• Be able to anticipate, prevent, and resolve “pitfalls” when working with families through challenging situations.


• Implement ideas related to planning and conducting family conferences and follow up to create individualized learning experiences for each child and family.


Breeyn Mack


Content and Community Manager Teaching Strategies Christie.B@TeachingStrategies.com


96 National Head Start Association Participants will…


• Learn an overview of ways that early child- hood programs and libraries can work together.


• Learn about specific library initiatives, re- sources and funding options.


• List the library resources and needs in their communities and how they can be used to leverage existing Head Start programs and services to better serve children/families.


Karen Nemeth, Ed.M. Founder/Lead Consultant Language Castle, LLC karen@languagecastle.com


Cen Campbell Librarian Bookboard.com Cenlibrarian@gmail.com


Overview of the Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards


CEU CODE: 394 CEU CREDIT: 0.1 LOCATION: Promenade 104 C


The Super Circular is here and the rules have changed. All agencies that spend federal funds will be affected! Join us for this overview of the administrative and cost principles/allocation sections of the 2 CFR Part 200 – Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (also known as the “Super Circular”).


Participants will…


• Learn what the new changes are. • Learn when the changes become effective and how soon they need to be implemented.


• Learn how the changes may affect your organization.


Denes Tobie, C.P.A. Partner Wipfli LLP dtobie@wipfli.com


APRIL/MAY 2014


WEDNESDAY


11 a.m. – Noon


11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.


2 p.m. – 4 p.m.


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