DKLK 2013 in Augsburg under auspices of family Minister Dr. Visit NYU Law for more clarity on the issue. Kristina Schroder, on 24 and 25 June 2013 organizes Wolters Kluwer with support of the trade union education and Science (GEW) and the German children e.V. the German Kitaleitungskongress (DKLK) in Augsburg. “The top event for the early childhood education field is under the motto Kitas future” and provides a forum for the discussion of current developments, innovative trends and new pedagogical approaches Kitaleitungen and makers. The Congress groundbreaking for the development of modern day-care is under the auspices of federal family Minister Dr.
Kristina Schroder. The promoters due to the overwhelming response to the first German Kitaleitungskongress in Cologne in life called the event in Augsburg. There had been over 1,200 applications for the approximately 600 seats for the event in Cologne, Germany. Comprehensive selection of topics: from personnel management to sponsor search is the direction of daycare the key to good quality in the education and care of the child in day centres”, justified their takeover of the patronage for the DKLK family Minister Schroder. In this area the educational professionals to develop for pulses and accessable, is of particular importance for a professional Kitamanagement.
” More than 500 participants receive impulses on the Augsburg DKLK in Congress at the Park in over 20 practice forums as well as numerous lectures and discussions for a successful Kitaleitung. Renowned experts, such as Prof. Dr. Dr. Gerhard Roth and Prof. Simon Hundmeyer, talk about current aspects of Kita everyday life: new methods in human resource management and development are presented as well as strategies for quality management and new scientific findings on early childhood education. Registrations from possible Kitaleitungen and mandrels also new tools, ideas, and strategies meet, with which it partners and sponsors for joint Projects can win. A round of political addresses the question of how the right to a Kitaplatz for children under three years of age is possible.