A Call for Submission of proposals to share & present latest advances and best practices. Join us in our collective efforts to ensure a brighter future for all young children by contributing your insights and expertise. The Annual Bright Start International Conference, Bright Start Foundation's flagship event, is dedicated to advancing the field by serving as a global platform for the introduction of cutting-edge developments in early childhood care and education from around the world. Together, let's shape the future of early childhood for the benefit of all children.
Present cutting-edge methodologies, groundbreaking approaches, and research findings that significantly contribute to the advancement of assessment practices in early childhood care and education for the benefit of all young children.
Showcase innovative approaches and methodologies that underscore the importance of incorporating creative arts, including visual arts, music, and drama, to foster holistic development for young children.
Share insights into successful and pioneering early intervention strategies, presenting impactful practices and research findings that can positively shape outcomes for young children in various contexts.
Showcase initiatives, practices, and research findings that contribute to a richer understanding of early childhood care and education on a global scale.
Present insights, interventions, and research outcomes that focus on promoting the health and wellbeing of young children in early childhood, nurturing a well-rounded approach to their development.
Share groundbreaking methodologies and innovative approaches driving the advancement of inclusive practices in early childhood care and education, with a specific emphasis on supporting young children with autism.
Share innovative pedagogical approaches that revolutionize the global landscape of early childhood care and education, introducing new perspectives and transformative practices.
Showcase initiatives, studies, early childhood education articles and programmes that foster effective parental engagement in early childhood care and education.
Share your expertise and contribute to the discussion on professional development by presenting innovative strategies, insights, and research outcomes for the benefit of all young children.
From hands-on experiments to technology and engineering challenges, contribute to the dialogue on the transformative impact of STEM education for young children.
Share your innovative approaches that seamlessly integrate young children's voices into daily routines, spanning from morning rituals to playtime adventures and creative arts experiences.
If your proposal addresses a theme not covered in any of the main thematic areas, submit it under 'Other' in early childhood care and education.
At the core of the Annual Bright Start International Conference lies a commitment to providing participants with more than just theoretical insights. In the pursuit of excellence in early childhood care and education, the conference strives to break away from conventional norms by introducing novel session formats designed to encourage active participation and foster meaningful interactions among all conference participants, whether joining online or in-person. Session types include:
Optimize learning efficiency in this focused 30-minute practical workshop, empowering participants to gain valuable insights that can be promptly translated into practical applications for the benefit of all young children.
Participants actively apply concepts and skills through practical, interactive activities, enhancing learning in early childhood care and education through hands-on engagement in a concise 30-60 minute session.
Presenters showcase real-time examples or processes in early childhood care and education, offering a visual and interactive experience to the audience within a focused 30-minute timeframe.
Engage participants in a 30-60 minute interactive experience. They'll assume specific roles, promoting understanding through collaborative problem-solving and interactive simulations within the context of early childhood care and education
Encourage lively discourse and critical thinking as participants present and defend contrasting viewpoints on a given topic in early childhood care and education during this dynamic 30 to 60-minute debate session.
Foster deep understanding and skill development through a 60 to 90-minute session that combines hands-on activities, discussions, and reflective exercises, creating an immersive learning experience aiming to benefit all young children.
The deadline for the submission of proposals to share and present the latest advances in early childhood care and education is Friday, April 26. Applicants will receive notification of their submission status within two weeks from the date of their application.