Our innovative formats

The association Ensemble for Early Childhood Education is a leading general interest non-profit organization for parents and childhood professionals.
It provides effective new tools, accessible to all, to encourage the prevention of child abuse and neglect, awareness-raising and the sharing of cutting-edge knowledge based on the latest discoveries from neuroscience.

The Association is here to respond to the needs you face in the field and will thus co-construct together with you the content of the interventions.

Teaching Days

Teaching Days provide an essential opportunity to reflect on professional practices that are aligned with innovative educational approaches. They allow professionals in the field to understand the impact of their practices on the development of the children under their care.

Teaching Days support the continuous adaptation and improvement of the educative quality of early childhood care structures and help to better meet the needs of families as well.

What is the main goal?

To encourage reflection and help professionals to get some perspective in order to adjust their daily practices with children and families. Creating a link between professionals through active participation.

What are the specific objectives?
  • Share keys to understanding child development stemming from the contribution of international scientific advances
  • Raise awareness of the principles of nurturing education in order to provide keys to understanding child development
  • Support the educational community in the development of its practices
  • Identify the best practices for responding to the needs of children
  • Validate childhood professions
  • Adjust educational practices according to identified needs
Target audience: Childhood and Education Professionals

Film Debate Events

Film debates, following the showing of a selected film and led by someone from the Association’s national community, provide a framework and scientific insight related to the theme of the film chosen that is appropriate to the target audience.

Film debates allow those in attendance to discuss key elements of the film and gain insights on certain concepts through the interactive process.

The films at your disposal:
Target Audience: all

Debate Evenings

Evening debates, hosted by someone from the Association’s national community, provide a conceptual framework and scientific insight that are appropriate to the target audience, depending on the given theme.

The discussions are preceded by the viewing of one or more educational videos from the “Tell me….?” series so that the starting point is the reality in the field, and the videos help audience members to decrypt children’s behavior in light of the latest insights from neuroscience on children’s brain development.

Target Audience: all

Workshops

The workshops, led by someone from the Association’s national community, provide a conceptual framework and scientific insight that are appropriate to the target audience, depending on the given theme.

These workshops aim to raise awareness of different themes dealing with child development in light of recent scientific discoveries and educational approaches, which help to stimulate discussion and participation of the audience.

Target Audience: all

Conferences

The conferences, led by someone from the Association’s national community or by one of our experts, provide a conceptual framework and scientific insight that are appropriate to the target audience, depending on the given theme.

The purpose of these conferences is to provide keys to understanding children and their environments in order to provide the best possible support for their development, without risk of disruption between educational stages.

List of available speakers: coming soon

Target Audience: all

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Early childhood education and parenting support are priority national issues.
To fulfill its social mission, Ensemble for Early Childhood Education needs you!