Music Tree Impressed NAEYC Conference 2018 in Washington D.C, US
The 2018 Annual Conference was held on 14th to 17th November, 2018 in Washington D.C, US, with more than 9,000 early learning professionals to champion the profession. Being the only curriculum-developing exhibitor from China, MAKINO Music attended such grand event. The founder Tommy Tian and the regional manager Samantha Cai felt honored to share the Music Tree program with all the attendees.
The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) is the largest and the most authoritative nonprofit association in the United States representing early childhood education teachers, para-educators, center directors, trainers, college educators, families of young children, policy makers, and advocates. NAEYC is focused on improving the well-being of young children, with particular emphasis on the quality of educational and developmental services for children from birth through age 8.
On the morning of 14th November, exhibitors prepared for the display and in the afternoon it was the grand opening ceremony.
Corner View of NAEYC 2018
The founder Tommy Tian Presented in NAEYC
MAKINO Music Team Attended the Seminar Concerning The Next Generation of Early Childhood Educator Competencies at 8:00 am on the morning of 15th November
The regional manager Samantha Cai attended topical discussion, during which she showed Music Tree to many experts around the world. NAEYC President Amy O’Leary spoke highly of Music Tree and took photo with Samantha Cai after communication.
The NAEYC Annual Conference is known as the largest early childhood education conference in the world. MAKINO Music feels honored to share, to learn and to communicate with tens of thousands of teachers, program administrators, students, and researchers choose from hundreds of presentations and exhibits to explore the latest trends and research in the early childhood field. The recognition and suggestion from experts concerning Music Tree will inspire MAKINO Music to promote it to a global level.