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Christine provides high-quality and researched-based support for early childhood educators and leaders throughout the world.
Christine is an experienced keynote presenter with an engaging approach to disseminating research-based content with a focus on implementation and putting ideas into practice.
Sample of previously delivered keynote presentations:
Making Connections: Brain Development and Executive Function Skills in the Infant Toddler (IT) Years.
The Important Role of the Infant/Toddler Caregiver
Tuning In: Strategies for Promoting Attachment.
Christine has facilitated hundreds of training sessions, workshops, and conference sessions with groups and organizations ranging in size from 10-400. Christine is skilled at active engagement for adult learners in both in-person and virtual formats.
Sample of previously facilitated workshops:
Conflict Engagement and Resolution for Early Childhood Educators and Children (3 sessions).
Zero to Three’s Growing Brain Series (7 sessions)
Establishing a Culture of Professionalism, Collaboration, and Positive Work Ethic: Tools and Strategies for Group Work.
Resist the Righting Reflex! Using Motivational Interviewing to Reinvent Coaching, Supervision, and Family Engagement.
Reaction, Regression, and Reframing: Understanding and Supporting Infant Toddler Development in Conflict Resolution.
Respecting our Littlest Learners.
Supporting Brain Growth and Development through Play
Christine also provides coaching and mentoring support for students, teachers, and administrators.
Sample of previously provided coaching and mentoring:
Finding Your Way Through Conflict (8 session group book study and individual coaching series)
Preschool curriculum coaching
Infant and toddler curriculum coaching
Developing leadership skills and pathways in early childhood education.
“In my interactions with Christine, she has demonstrated exemplary knowledge of current informed practices in early childhood. She has presented herself as a leader in the field nationally. I have witnessed her growth and impact to the field. I have observed firsthand her commitment to her direct reports as well as her willingness to support their professional development.”
– Lance, Early Childhood and Assessment Consultant, Michigan
“Christine is like a good book you can’t put down, every time you read it, you highlight new passages. I have had the pleasure of being a student in one of Christine’s early childhood [university] classrooms. I utilize articles and books that she has written on a daily basis with children and staff. I have had the pleasure to call her my coach and mentor as I moved into my dream job within the early childhood field. She inspires and motivates you to be a better person. If you are looking to grow professionally, I highly recommend Christine.”
– Dijani, Early Childhood Supervisor, Michigan
“I have worked with Christine in a variety of capacities. She is exceptionally bright and is an inspired trainer and writer. She delivers information in a meaningful and interesting way. Her writing supports teachers as they work with young children. I see Christine as the future and know that she will be a tremendous influence on children, families and society. “
-Moya Fewson, Executive Director HighScope Canada, Canada