CounciLIVE: New Episodes Every Two Weeks

July 29, 2021

The inaugural CounciLIVE season is packed with some of the foremost voices in early childhood education today. Covering trending topics and issues in our field, the live broadcast series debuted this month with a short, introductory episode featuring Council CEO Dr. Calvin E. Moore, Jr.; a full-length episode on the paramount importance of safety in early childhood settings, featuring Council Executive Vice President of Programs Michelle Brown; and a conversation with Dr. Ryan Lee-James, Director of the Rollins Center for Language and Literacy at Atlanta Speech School, on equity and literacy in early childhood education

Did you miss the CounciLIVE kickoff? Catch up by streaming the episodes you missed, available now on Spotify or YouTube. Every CounciLIVE episode will be reshared to Spotify and YouTube within one week of airing on Facebook Live (on our Council for Professional Recognition Facebook page). Follow us on Facebook, Spotify and YouTube so that you never miss an episode!

And mark your calendar to join us for the next two conversations with CounciLIVE featured guest speakers! Tune in Dr. Cindy Shackelford’s (Professor at Jefferson State College) dialogue on professionalism with Abena Ocran-Jackson (Council for Professional Recognition Vice President of Credentialing) on Thursday, August 12, 2021 at 1:00 PM ET; and catch Dr. Shantel Meek’s (Founding Director of the Children’s Equity Project) conversation with Michelle Brown on equity in PreK programs on CounciLIVE on Thursday, August 26, 2021 at 1:00 PM ET.

Anchored in our flagship publication, The Essentials for Working with Young Children, each CounciLIVE episode will bring to you a conversation on one or more CDA® functional area(s) and will explore its importance in relation to current events, educational philosophy and research today. Learn more about the series in our recent press release and blog. Subscribe to our monthly CounciLINK newsletter for regular updates about CounciLIVE and more!

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