Ensuring the “Good Childhood” in a world of cultural and technological change; Expanding the Nordic-American dialogue on early education
The 2019 Early Childhood Nordic-American Symposium brings together Scandinavian and American educators to explore issues of common interest and concern. The 2019 Symposium, third in a series, aims to build on and extend the conversations from the first two Symposia and to explore the challenges and opportunities posed in both the U.S. and the Nordic countries by demographic, cultural, and technological change.
Organized by the Child Development Institute at Sarah Lawrence College in collaboration with American-Scandinavian Foundation, the Symposium will include Featured Panel Discussions and concurrent small sessions, lunch will be provided.
The Featured Panel Discussions include: Education for Sustainable Development and Play; Environments, Design and Technology; Community Adventure Play for All Children; Children on the Move: Refugee and Migrant Families in a Global Context; and Racial, Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Education.