Danielle Bujnak

Newborn Care Specialist
Friday, May 18, 2018

Danielle is an experienced Early Childhood Educator, with many years of experience caring for and teaching infants and young children in a wide variety of settings, including individual family settings, home schooling, day cares, preschools, and Montessori and Waldorf-based early childhood programs. Her California Child Development Permit is issued at the “Master Teacher” and “Site Supervisor” levels, licensing her to run a multi-classroom preschool or daycare for infants and children ages birth to 7 years, and to guide and mentor other teachers. After completing a graduate-level certificate in Early Childhood Education, Danielle is currently pursuing an MSc in Infant & Toddler Development. In addition to her academic pursuits to expand her knowledge base in the field, she has committed myself to top-level, intensive in-person training from the American Academy of Pediatrics in the following related fields: Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, and Advanced Pediatric Life Support. She has also pursued formal training in Nonviolent Crisis Prevention & Intervention (CPI), “Nanny Be Safe,” Positive Behaviour Intervention, Nonviolent (Collaborative) Communication, Orton-Gillingham (Multi-Sensory Education), RIE Foundations for Professionals, and she has long-standing familiarity with the Montessori and Waldorf approaches to early childhood.

Questions?

Contact Kellie Geres, INA Conference Coordinator
conference@nanny.org.

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