New York City Association for the Education of Young Children Conference.

The program takes place on a Friday evening, February 8th  and Saturday, February 9th, 2013.  Teachers may attend one or two days.  The cost is reasonable and it is local.  Teachers may use they hours they accrue from attending this event to apply for Professional Development Credit.  Information about how to apply for credit may be requested from Cathy Kenny at (718) 965-7300 x5423 or via email at ckenny@diobrook.org.

Please share this information and attached brochure with your early childhood teachers (PreK 3 through Grade 3):

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This year, we are bringing you Three Featured Speakers! These women are popular conference speakers with a wealth of experience. Each of them will share insightful, entertaining,  thought-provoking and practical information with conference attendees. For more details on each speaker, go to:  http://nycaeyc.org/index_conference2013satspkrs.html.

In the morning, you can attend a presentation by Jacqueline Grennon Brooks, a professor at Hofstra University, director of The Stem Studio, and author of Big Science for Growing Minds: Constructivist Classrooms for Young Thinkers. Her talk is entitled “How Young Children Become Great Thinkers”.

After lunch, you can attend Sara Wilford’s presentation. She is the Director of The Art of Teaching Graduate Program at Sarah Lawrence College and author of Nurturing Young Children’s Disposition to Learn as well as two other books on learning. Her talk is entitled, “Beyond Methods and Benchmarks”.

Then, at 2:30, you can attend a presentation by Lisa Poelle, Professor at CUNY and at Bank Street College, noted biting expert and author of the new book, The Biting Solution: The Expert’s No-Biting Guide for Parents, Caregivers, and Early Childhood Educators. Her talk is, “Become An Expert on Solving Biting Problems”.

Please Join Us!
Feb. 8th – Reception – Sony Wonder Technology Lab
Feb. 9th – Conference – Food & Finance High School
The attached PDF contains the conference brochure, registration form, and directions.
For online registration form. go to:  http://e2.ma/click/2acpd/e0fie/2a4m

Questions? Contact:
[ mailto:office@nycaeyc.org ]office@nycaeyc.org
or [ tel:212-807-0144 ]212-807-0144