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National Association for the Education of Young Children

2011 Annual Conference & Expo

Preliminary Program

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Welcome! 2 Our Sponsors 3 NAEYC Live Learning Center 3 Schedule of Events 4 Featured Sessions 5 Conference sessions 6 Affiliate events/Interest 10 Forums/other activities Universal CityWalk® 11 Travel and shuttle bus 11 Hotel rates 12 Expo hours and exhibitors 13 Registration instructions 14 Registration form 15 Special Conference events back cover

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Join us in Orlando, Florida!

Dear NAEYC Colleague: As your professional association, we strive to inform and support your efforts in the critical fields of early childhood education and child development. NAEYC is committed to ensuring that those in early childhood education have access to the highest quality preparation and professional development. We also recognize how important it is to convene and network, to share stories and lessons about the rewards and challenges we confront on a daily basis. Our Annual Conference does just that--it allows us to come together to discover, to inspire and be inspired, and to engage. The NAEYC Annual Conference is the world's largest gathering of early childhood educators and, as such, offers professional development featuring more than 1,000 sessions organized over 40 topic tracks. The topics and themes reflect the essence of NAEYC and of the early childhood field: research, policy, and practice. Our distinguished presenters are many: the 2011 Keynote Address will be given by renowned educator, author, and MacArthur Genius Grant recipient, Vivian Gussin Paley; our Closing General Session will be led by bestselling author and NEA award-winner, Pam Muñoz Ryan; and in between are countless sessions led by a broad array of compelling researchers, experts, and practitioners speaking to the latest developments in early childhood education. Join us in sunny Orlando this November. Enjoy the natural beauty, attractions, and just plain fun that Orlando has to offer. Gather with old friends and make new ones. Listen to progressive ideas and approaches that will inform and inspire your work in early childhood. And reconnect with your professional association NAEYC and all it has to offer you now and in the future. We look forward to greeting you at the 2011 NAEYC Annual Conference & Expo and we thank you for your continued commitment to young children, the early childhood profession, and continued excellence in our field. Stephanie Fanjul NAEYC Governing Board President Jerlean Daniel NAEYC Executive Director

An overview of NAEYC

The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) is dedicated to improving the well-being of all young children, with particular focus on the quality of educational and developmental services for all children from birth through age 8. Founded in 1926, NAEYC is the world's largest organization working on behalf of young children with nearly 80,000 members; a national network of more than 300 local, state, and regional Affiliates; and a growing global alliance of like-minded organizations. NAEYC exists for the purpose of leading and consolidating the efforts of individuals and groups working to achieve the healthy development and constructive education of all young children. Our primary focus is to assure the creation and delivery of high-quality programs for all young children. The NAEYC Annual Conference & Expo, as well as membership, are open to every individual who shares a desire to serve and act on behalf of the needs and rights of all young children. NAEYC is committed to becoming an increasingly high-performing and inclusive organization.

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Our thanks to Florida AEYC

NAEYC wishes to acknowledge the support and assistance of Florida AEYC for this year's Annual Conference. Since 1965, FLAEYC has promoted highquality early childhood education standards and practices and is recognized as a leading voice in advocacy. With a shared membership of 3,170 throughout 15 local chapters, FLAEYC is one of NAEYC's largest Affiliates. NAEYC looks forward to continuing our joint efforts with the leadership of Florida AEYC as we serve and act together on behalf of the needs and rights of all young children.

Teachers and staff from preschools, prekindergartens, and Head Start centers K­3 teachers and administrators Center directors Infant/toddler caregivers Family child care providers College educators Students Researchers Trainers and staff development coaches Licensers Advocates Consultants All those needing the latest information about early childhood education

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NAEYC Governing Board

Stephanie Fanjul, President Gera Jacobs, President-Elect Roberta L. Schomburg, Vice President Susan DeVenny, Secretary Barbara Yates, Treasurer Thomas Brock Sr. Stephanie M. Curenton Danielle Ewen Rebecca Gomez Jim Lesko Anna Mercer-McLean Amy O'Leary Thomas Rendon Sharon Ritchie Debra Sullivan Ginger Marie Swigart Dennis Sykes Jerlean E. Daniel, Ex Officio

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Schedule of Events

Tuesday, November 1

Full day 1:00­7:00 p.m. Separate-Fee Workshops Conference Registration

Friday, November 4

7:00 a.m.­5:00 p.m. 8:00­9:30 a.m. 10:00­11:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m.­6:30 p.m. 11:30 a.m.­1:00 p.m. 1:00­2:00 p.m. 2:30­4:00 p.m. 2:30­5:30 p.m. 4:30­5:30 p.m. Conference Registration Sessions Sessions Exhibit Hall Munch & Mingle in Exhibit Hall Sessions Sessions NAEYC Annual Business Meeting/ Town Hall/Meet the Candidates Sessions

Wednesday, November 2

7:00 a.m.­6:00 p.m. Morning & afternoon 12:00­4:00 p.m. 4:30­6:00 p.m. 6:00­8:00 p.m. Conference Registration Conference 3- and 4-hour sessions Exhibit Hall Opening Keynote Address Exhibit Hall Reopening

Thursday, November 3

7:00­7:45 a.m. 7:00 a.m.­6:00 p.m. 8:00­9:30 a.m. 10:00­11:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m.­6:30 p.m. 11:30 a.m.­1:00 p.m. 1:00­2:00 p.m. 2:30­4:00 p.m. 4:30­5:30 p.m.

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Saturday, November 5

7:00 a.m.­12:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m.­1:00 p.m. 8:00­9:30 a.m. 10:00­11:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m.­1:00 p.m. 1:00­2:00 p.m. 2:30­4:00 p.m. Conference Registration Exhibit Hall Sessions Sessions Munch & Mingle in Exhibit Hall Sessions Closing General Session

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While you're at the NAEYC Conference . . .

Visit the Internet Café

Stay connected with your office, check your e-mail, and review the Conference schedule at the Internet Café in the Exhibit Hall. Sponsored by Hatch, Inc.

Take part in NAEYC's Celebration Stage

Enjoy some of your favorite performers on the NAEYC Celebration Stage, along with local children's groups. Sponsored by Lakeshore Learning Materials.

Scan this QR code with your mobile device for details about NAEYC Conference Registration.

Participate in NAEYC's Lasting Legacy Fundraiser

Be sure to attend this fundraiser, hosted by Florida AEYC, located in the Lobby near registration. All proceeds will go to the NAEYC Building a Lasting Legacy Campaign, established in 2007 as a way to support both leadership development and public policy/advocacy efforts. Each year, 15 scholarships are awarded to individuals to attend NAEYC Conferences and most recently, the first NAEYC Legacy Leaders Fellows Program was launched.

Stop in NAEYC's Student Networking Center

Visit this dynamic and interactive gathering place featuring sessions designed especially for college and university students. Learn more about the Student Interest Forum and the benefits of NAEYC student membership. Sponsored by Bright Horizons.

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Featured Sessions

Wednesday, November 2 4:30­6:00 p.m.

Opening Keynote Address, Closing General Session, and President's Seminar

Saturday, November 5 2:30­4:00 p.m.

Opening Keynote Address

Who will save the kindergarten?

It is time to reinvent the garden of children, and only their teachers can come to the rescue. Address by Vivian Gussin Paley.

Vivian Gussin Paley

Closing General Session

Before everything else comes along: Beginnings and belongings

Hear personal inspirations and get a behind-the-scenes look at creating books for children. Presented by Pam Muñoz Ryan.

Pam Muñoz Ryan

Thursday, November 3 10:00­11:30 a.m.

President's Seminar

Woman, teacher, advocate, leader, and entrepreneur: Can I be all of these?

Moderator: NAEYC President Stephanie Fanjul. Presented by Rachelle Cracchiolo, Diane Trister Dodge, and Valora Washington.

Stephanie Fanjul

Rachelle Cracchiolo

Diane Trister Dodge

Valora Washington

More Featured Sessions

Kids haven't changed but parents have: Tips and strategies for connecting with millennial parents Karen Deerwester Taming media and turning on your children's minds: Learn to control media's influence on children by helping them "digest" what they watch Nicole Dreiske Meet the authors and illustrators: Children's literature at NAEYC Lois Ehlert, Tom Lichtenheld, Sherri Duskey Rinker, Holly Seplocha, and Harriet Ziefert The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010: Using changes in policy at the federal level to positively impact children's eating habits and nutrition Geri Henchy and Mary Graham Keeping the child in mind: Writing and illustrating picture books Kevin Henkes Helping little kids find their BIG voice: Intentionally teaching the skills of assertiveness and effective communication--The ultimate in bully prevention Kim Hughes Preventing childhood obesity in early care and education programs: How to implement a new set of national standards in nutrition, physical activity, and screen time Marilyn Krajicek

Compassion deficit disorder? A challenge to social development, behavior, and healthy relationships: How it affects our work with children Diane Levin The slow curriculum movement: Coconstructing powerful learning experiences with infants and toddlers Ben Mardell, Kim Ripley, Kate Nicolauo, and Cassie Smith Children of the Great Recession: Reaching the newly poor, those displaced by crisis, and the historically impoverished George Morrison, Gayle Mindes, and Amanda Bower Aligning the new Common Core State Standards with the early childhood domains of learning Stuart Murphy and Maurice Sykes "Doing stories": A lively examination of the art of story dictation and story acting as classroom theater Vivian Gussin Paley Learning how to learn: Tools to enhance young children's thinking and learning in bilingual settings Angela Salmon, Erika Yano, Laura Jane Linck, and Rochelle Ibanez-Wolberg Connecting the classroom to educational, interactive children's media: Blues Clues, Super Why, and Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Angela Santomero What parents really want--It's more than partnerships and customer service Jacque Sell and Michelle Cain

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A sampling of 2011 Annual Conference sessions

Advocacy/Public Policy

State and federal deficits: The policy impact on low-income families Using data from Environment Rating Scales assessments to improve policy and professional development decisions at local, regional, and state levels Caring for babies: How state child care policies can support continuity of care Building an aligned system of early learning from pre-K through third grade

Making a difference in the lives of young children who have been abused or neglected Child neglect: Signs, symptoms, and prevention techniques for the early childhood professional

Community collaboration and partnerships that support design and creation of nature-rich outdoor learning environments to benefit young children

Curriculum--Theories & Approaches

A curricular approach to developing the whole child for school and life success One center fits all: Using sociodramatic play as the heart of your curriculum Incorporating the project approach in the primary curriculum Bringing the project approach into your classroom in a practical way: The steps to reach your academic benchmarks Using young children's interests to promote concept and skill development through the project approach

Child Development & Learning

Handwriting: There's more to it than you think! Helping boys find meaning in something greater than themselves Thinking about thinking: Developing metacognition in young children

Children with Disabilities/Early Intervention

Improve speech intelligibility, promote language development, advance literacy skills, and enhance phonological awareness with printed cues The importance of music and movement for infants and toddlers with special needs Structuring for success: Strategies for teaching self-regulation and social skills to children with autism spectrum disorders Practical tips for sharing developmental concerns with families

After-School Care/Out-of-School Time

Building bridges from the school day to quality after-school care: A developmentally appropriate path Helping economically disadvantaged children retain academic gains through a summer learning program Learn to plan, plan to play, and play to learn in after-school

Diversity & Equity

Straight allies: Advocacy/activism for and with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender colleagues and families How PASO can prevent the persistent achievement gap between Latino and Anglo children Motivating Black males to excel in the classroom

Arts (Performing & Visual Arts)

A show of hands: Using puppets with young children Hop, turn, freeze! Fun movement activities to enhance your early childhood environment Music, movement, drama, and art make children's books come alive and engage the whole child in the joy of literature and the arts Children's art show: An educational family experience

Cognitive Development

Block play the Vygotskian way: The development of cognitive, communicative, and self-regulative abilities through block building and visual modeling Activating brain power for the whole child: Using STEM building activities to reach every child Promoting reflection and critical thinking in young children through pedagogical documentation

Dual Language Learners

Their own words, their own worlds: Connecting culture and vocabulary with young dual language learners using the (re)tell­ (re)write technique The three Bs--Bilingual, biliterate, and bicognitive: Dual language learning in the preschool classroom The "new, improved, and innovative" program preparedness checklist: Serving programs that have dual language learners and their families Nuestros Niños Program: Promoting school readiness for dual language learners

Assessment of Young Children

Portfolios in preschool: How to use performance-based assessment to capture authentic learning Developmental screening for all young children: Why, who, what, where, when, and how? Evaluating the writing of kindergarten and first grade children: An assessment tool for early childhood teachers

Community Partnerships

One heart to another: Building intergenerational relationships between primary students and seniors College bound from birth: Strategies to engage an urban community in sustainable best practices that promote healthy child development Effective approaches to developing lasting early learning/school partnerships Creating a high-quality, well-aligned education and community support system for young children, preschool through third grade

Environmental Education for Children

Building and funding an outdoor classroom: Easily connecting young children with the natural world around them Caring for our Earth: A curriculum for preschool children Early childhood activities to encourage lifelong environmentally responsible habits

Child Abuse & Neglect

Sexual behavior in children: When to worry!

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Faith-Based Early Childhood Education

Breaking open the biblical creation story to create new opportunities for exploring math, science, and process art American Sign Language for the Christian environment: Learn signs, psalms, and songs the fun way 12 keys to successful faith-based programs: What to do and how to do it Bringing Shabbat and Havdalah to life for children of all ages

Guidance/Discipline/Challenging Behaviors

Bullies aren't bad guys: Seeing the signs, setting the limits, and healing the hurt Promoting resiliency among young children who are at risk of post-traumatic stress disorder Toddler problems or problem-solving opportunities? Calm and focused: Sensory integration techniques to encourage participation from preschoolers who demonstrate challenging behaviors Designing your classroom environment to minimize transitions and increase teaching time It isn't easy being a child today: How stressors in today's society affect young children and influence their behaviors Moving beyond "Use your words": How understanding young children's social cognition can foster positive guidance and reduce challenging behaviors

What's the value of play? Understanding the debate through a historical lens Circle times: Looking back and looking forward

Language & Literacy

The best new books for preschool children Identifying and supporting early writers in a preschool setting Let's get talking! Strategies for supporting vocabulary and oral language skills in prekindergarten and kindergarten classrooms Best practice for partnering with family members to promote language stimulation in infants and toddlers Teaching poetry to primary grade students Kindergarten literacy centers: A hands-on approach to teaching reading

Family Child Care

It's all in the handbook: How to develop an effective parent handbook and other professional documents that enhance parent communication Using reflective practice to enhance your family child care program Professionalism in family child care: How to turn the job you love into a career you'll keep through professional development and quality improvement planning

Leadership Development

"Who me?" Learn about NAEYC Board Service--It could be you The state of Latino ECE leadership: Our opportunities and challenges--A two-part dialogue Supporting emerging leaders in early childhood education: Connecting faculty, Affiliate leaders, and students Discovering the power of persuasion Breaking the cycle of staff turnover Leader or manager? Where do you fall? Creating effective teams with strong professionals to serve children and families

Family Engagement & Support

Creating family connections with the NAEYC Accreditation Criteria for Families Standard How understanding family dynamics can enhance our work with young children Supporting diverse family structures in child care settings Engaging parents, kids, and teachers to work toward a successful transition to kindergarten

Health & Safety

A new era in children's product safety: How these improvements will help you protect children from unsafe children's products How well-planned and -implemented food experiences support the health and development of young children Shape North Carolina: How communities and child care centers are taking action to prevent early childhood obesity and promote healthy lifestyles

Family, Friend, & Neighbor Care

Implementing and evaluating a neighborhood-based professional development system for family, friend, and neighbor caregivers: Lessons learned in the innovative trenches

Higher Education Programs

Using the theories of adult learning and constructivism to design a hybrid learning environment in early childhood teacher education Use of technological tools to engage preservice teachers in collaboration and assessment Strategies to help child care staff remain in the field, continue their education, and increase their effectiveness in the classroom Rewards and challenges of associate degree teachers as they move through a baccalaureate program into teacher licensure

Learning Environment

Toddler CLASSTM: Measuring teacher-child interactions for children from 15 months to 3 years old Arranging the classroom for social learning experiences

Global Perspectives

Going global: Incorporating global education in early childhood teacher preparation programs Global education diplomacy: Expanding the international advocacy agenda for education Comparing and contrasting diverse approaches to multicultural education in early childhood settings Ensuring quality programs for young children: A multinational perspective

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Registration and attendance at, or participation in, NAEYC meetings and other activities constitutes an agreement by the registrant or attendee to NAEYC's use and distribution (both now and in the future) of the registrant's or attendee's image, likeness, and appearance in photographs of such events and activities.

History of Early Childhood Education

The separate and joint histories of early childhood and early childhood special education: Moving toward inclusion

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Sampling of sessions cont.

Honoring children's work: Helping children to personalize their classroom space Practical and low-cost ways to enrich your early childhood environment to engage and inspire young learners

NAEYC Accreditation of Programs for Young Children

Minnesota's Accreditation Facilitation Project: Engaging multiple community partners in collaboration to raise program quality on behalf of young children NAEYC Accreditation: Tools to support you on the road to success The operations manual--more than a handbook: Writing policies and procedures based on NAEYC Early Childhood Program Standards and Accreditation Criteria

Peer coaching: A cost-effective process to encourage teamwork, increase classroom quality, and improve child outcomes A successful combination: Coaching with CLASS and the project approach

Professional Development--Training

Effective professional development: Embracing adult-centered learning strategies that promote intentional, reflective practices Beyond the CLASS: Professional development for directors, teachers, and coaches that results in learning the CLASS strategies and improving interactions with children Creating a well-prepared teaching force: The role of curriculum content in effective training programs for early childhood educators Coaching with a cultural eye: Promoting culturally responsive quality care experiences and building bright futures ALCANZA: Proyecto de desarrollo profesional para educadores de la niñez temprana fundamentado en las practicas apropiadas (Professional development project for early childhood educators based on appropriate practices) Expand your role as a leader by translating your experiences with young children into activities and resources that benefit teachers and parents

Mathematics

Blocks, rocks, and colorful tops: Resources and strategies for teaching early math content and processes Problem solving for preschoolers: How to engage young children in mathematical thinking Teachers' understanding of young children's spatial skill development Mathematics goes green! Using a reduce, reuse, recycle study to teach math Real-world geometry for primary-age children: Aligning developmentally appropriate geometry experiences with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and NAEYC Early Childhood Program Standards

NAEYC Affiliates and Association Business

How a state Affiliate supports NAEYC's Vision 2015

Physical Development

"I want ring around the yogi!" Infants and toddlers explore movement through yoga "Toss it high! Let it fly": Structured physical activity using manipulatives to improve visual tracking and hand-eye coordination Brain boosters! Fun and easy classroom movement activities to enhance cognition in young children

Men in Early Childhood

The three Rs of early childhood male educators: Resiliency, respect, and retention Men matter: Results of a survey on what teachers think about men in the lives of children

Play

Play and the paraprofessional: Maximizing differential staffing in the early childhood classroom Playing with the arts: Addressing the creativity crisis Young children's rough-and-tumble play: Apprehensions and opportunities What makes a good toy in a preschool classroom? Findings of the 2011 TIMPANI Toy Study Where is play today?

Music

Eat well, sing, and dance toward good health and fitness through music and movement in the curriculum: A bilingual presentation Benefits of a musical community in the classroom and at home: Social growth, language learning, and expressive skills Songs, games, and rhymes for the multicultural classroom Music enhances kindness in children: Specific ways to promote self-esteem, confidence, and kindness Using music to help children learn with Bob McGrath ("Bob" on Sesame Street) Creating an atmosphere of global celebration, friendship, and engaged learning with multicultural music

Professionalism & Ethics

Communicating with coworkers: Stop gossiping and start finding solutions Handling challenging situations involving colleagues, parents, and children ethically and with a sense of humor Case studies: Tools for teaching ethical decision making

Professional Development--Technical Assistance (Coaching, Mentoring, Consulting)

Mentoring first year teachers: Lessons learned in a universal prekindergarten program Making it count: Creative approaches to support and appreciate early childhood education professionals My teachers need a CDA: How program administrators can support and help staff earning a Child Development Associate Credential

Program Administration & Financial Management

Leading early care and education programs to thrive in a challenging economy Evaluating an employee's performance: Recognizing the importance of conducting accurate employee performance appraisals and strategies to do so Management techniques for small- to midsized centers: Record keeping, technology, and marketing Using your personnel policy manual as an effective management tool in managing employees and operating your program

NAEYC Accreditation of Higher Education Programs

Meeting NAEYC Standards for Professional Preparation Programs: A self-study workshop for faculty (separate-fee workshop)

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Techniques, systems, and methods to help child care directors manage their centers and their time with efficiency

How to engage young children in meaningful, hands-on, experiential, inquiry-based activities that teach both science content and processes Exploring gravity, friction, and design with kindergartners and first-graders How did Fred Rogers approach STEM concepts in his factory videos and field trips--and how can we build on that in our work with children?

A profile of early childhood workforce data and supports in two states and the nation as a whole Expanding preschool inclusion through collaborative finance strategies

Program Evaluation & Accountability

Using the Environment Rating Scales for program assessment and improvement: Information to help create sustainable change for young children's programs Developing curricular quality in the early years: An introduction to the ECERS-E

Teaching & Instructional Practices

The power of silence: Using sign language and other nonverbal techniques to create a peaceful auditory climate in preschool Incorporating the use of pedagogues in early childhood programs: How one university lab school created a program for their teaching team and in-service students Nurturing the nature of boys in the kindergarten classroom: The importance of creating an environment that meets and supports the learning needs of young boys Moving from a teacher-centered, themebased curriculum to student-centered investigative studies: Making the transition to emergent learning with young children Spiders, cars, and the world around us: How to effectively choose and integrate informational texts into preschool Essential elements of effective, engaging, and empowering online teaching and learning

Relationships Among Children & Adults

Understanding the teacher's role in conflict resolution: Moving from chaos to calm The power of positive words: Creating encouraging classrooms How to change the practice of talking to children into meaningful conversations

Social/Emotional Development

How do I respond to that? Dealing with sensitive issues in early childhood classrooms Developing self-regulation as a foundation for school readiness The wonder of infants and toddlers: New insights into development and learning

Social Studies/History

Inspiring young children to activism through Black History Month: Living Marian Wright Edelman's history The young child as "historian": Learning about time by recording, examining, and predicting present, past, and future events A vision for powerful and purposeful social studies in the early years: Developing a joint position statement for NAEYC and the National Council for the Social Studies

Research

Deepening children's learning: Examining the effectiveness of the Piramide Approach on children's developmental outcomes Effects of a prekindergarten math/science curriculum on low-income children's knowledge of mathematics: Lessons from research University laboratory preschools in the 21st century: Current theory and practices of US laboratory schools' original mission of research, professional preparation, and service Removing barriers between immigrant parents and preschool teachers: Insight from five US cities and the Children Crossing Borders study Creating graduate leaders in the early years workforce: Findings from the UK evaluation of the Graduate Leader Fund A longitudinal study of bilingual school readiness development among Florida's Latino dual language learners attending Head Start Winning beginnings: An evaluation of a multiyear quality improvement project in early learning settings

Technology & Professional Development/Management

Digital bridges: Using technology to build learning and support systems for families, teachers, and caregivers Documenting young children's project work with digital tools Lights, camera, action! Using technology to promote professional growth and child learning

Standards--Early Learning Standards, Program Standards

Standards, outcomes, and accountability: Making educational reform work in kindergarten and pre-K Integrating project work into the primary curriculum: Aligning project-based outcomes to State Learning Standards Meeting the Common Core State Standards in a play-based curriculum

Technology & Young Children

Media touchpoints: A new framework for the creation, selection, and use of children's media Using digital storytelling techniques to support young children's learning Showcasing emergent technologies that can empower children and transform teaching How technology is changing childhood and what you can do about it

State Systems--Data, Financing, Professional Development, Standards, QRIS

STARS for KIDS NOW Quality Rating System: Perceptions of Kentucky child care directors

Science

Cooking with young children: Incorporating math, science, literacy, and music into a cooking curriculum Science is play and play is science: The art of finding science in every part of your preschool day

Attend NAEYC's Learning Gallerias

Meet in small groups and connect with fellow educators who share your interest in specific topics. Learning Gallerias will be held in the Exhibit Hall throughout the Conference.

Workforce Compensation, Benefits, & Working Conditions

Worthy wage: Help to build a nontraditional union for early educators to demand more respect and resources from government

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NAEYC Affiliate-related events, Interest Forums, and other activities

Affiliate Leadership Day--Continuing the National Dialogue Wednesday, November 2 8:00 a.m.­4:00 p.m. Affiliate leaders at the local and state levels are invited to register for this important national conversation between Affiliates, the NAEYC Governing Board, and the Affiliate Council. Advance registration is required through the Affiliate and Member Relations Department. Seating is limited. For more information, please e-mail Matt Seiler at [email protected] naeyc.org. Affiliate Meeting Room and Consultations

the NAEYC Interest Forums; please visit the NAEYC Online communities or check the Annual Conference Final Program for scheduling information. Interest Forum Facilitators will be available to network and share information with Conference attendees in the Interest Forum Café. Stop by to participate in informal learning opportunities and meet these volunteer leaders!

NAEYC Interest Forum Facilitator Breakfast

Thursday, November 3 & Friday, November 4 8:00 a.m.­4:00 p.m. Discussions will focus on Affiliate issues organized by topics determined by Affiliate leaders. For more information, e-mail Ed Stierli at [email protected]

Thursday, November 3 7:00­10:00 a.m. Facilitators of Interest Forums are invited to join NAEYC staff for a breakfast meeting to discuss Interest Forum issues and activities. Advance reservations are required. For more information, e-mail Ed Stierli at [email protected]

Affiliate Accreditation Chair Meeting

NAEYC Annual Business Meeting/NAEYC Town Hall/ Meet the Candidates

On Friday, November 4, from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m., learn about the status of the Association, including NAEYC's accomplishments in 2011 and priorities for 2012. Hear from NAEYC's President and Executive Director and meet candidates for NAEYC's 2012 Governing Board election. Participate in the NAEYC Town Hall Meeting, which is an opportunity for Governing Board and other NAEYC leaders to hear input from the members regarding NAEYC's policies and priorities.

Friday, November 4 8:30­9:30 a.m. NAEYC Affiliate Accreditation committee chairs and members are invited to join NAEYC staff to discuss new Affiliate models of support for NAEYC's Accreditation systems.

Affiliate Council Meeting

Saturday, November 5 7:30 a.m.­12:00 noon The Affiliate Council is comprised of representatives from each state Affiliate (including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and AYC Europe). The council meets twice a year to conduct business and develop recommendations for the NAEYC Governing Board. All interested NAEYC members are welcome to attend this meeting.

NAEYC Accreditation of Programs for Young Children: One-on-one consultations

Receive hands-on technical assistance from NAEYC's expert accreditation staff at 20-minute consultations. Small groups are welcome. To schedule an appointment, e-mail [email protected] by Wednesday, October 26. Limited walk-in appointments will be available at the conference on a first come, first served basis.

NAEYC Welcomes Interest Forums!

Interest Forums are groups of NAEYC members who share a common interest related to the NAEYC mission. All attendees are invited to attend the annual meetings of

Using Teaching Young Children and NEXT for TYC: Tools for preschool staff development and teacher education

Learn how Teaching Young Children (TYC), NEXT for TYC: An NAEYC Professional Development Resource, and the TYC website can serve as tools for preschool staff development. Share, network, and learn from educators who have used these resources for teacher education classes, training sessions, staff meetings, and in-service days.

NAEYC in search of book authors

Are you shopping a manuscript? Want help preparing your book proposal? Have a project in mind? Staff from NAEYC's Book Publishing Department will be available by appointment to meet with prospective authors. Appointments must be made in advance. To schedule one, please e-mail [email protected] Submission guidelines are also available at www.naeyc.org/publications/books/writing.

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Join NAEYC at Universal CityWalk®

Thursday, November 3, 7:00­9:00 p.m.

Cost: $50 per person

Enjoy food, beverages and exclusive access to three exciting venues! Each venue will serve select items from a themed-menu, and each attendee will receive two drink tickets.

Reggae the night away at Bob Marley--A Tribute to FreedomSM. At this replica of Bob Marley's home in Kingston, Jamaica, you'll enjoy live music and authentic Jamaican cuisine while you take in the music, heritage, and lyrical imagery of the legendary King of Reggae.

Bob Marley--A Tribute to FreedomSM

CityWalk's Rising Star

Here's your chance to be in the band! At CityWalk's Rising Star karaoke club, you take center stage as a lead singer. This is real music, played live while you belt out your favorite songs in front of a live audience!

®

Pat O'Brien's® Orlando

Party, party, party at Pat O'Brien's , an exact replica of the famed New Orleans watering hole where it's Mardi Gras 365 days a year. Have Fun!® at the home of the original flaming fountains patio and dueling pianos.

Purchase your tickets now using the NAEYC Conference Registration form on page 15. Tickets must be purchased by October 7; tickets may not be purchased on-site. After October 7, fees are nonrefundable. Transportation will be provided from the Orange County Convention Center to Universal CityWalk®. After the event, transportation will be provided to the Conference hotels.

Getting to the NAEYC Annual Conference

Orlando International Airport (MCO) is the primary airport for the city of Orlando. It is approximately 12 miles and 15 minutes from the Orange County Convention Center. For more information on Orlando International Airport, visit www.orlandoairports.net or call 407-825-2001. Orlando International Airport offers many flights from low-fare airlines. Southwest Airlines is currently the airport's largest carrier. AirTran Airways and JetBlue Airways are also major carriers to/from the Orlando International Airport.

Airport and your hotel. Mears Motor Shuttle is offering a $4.00 discount per person for round trip travel. Please be advised the discount is valid on round trip travel only. To make online reservations or to download a coupon, go to www.naeyc.org/conference.

2011 NAEYC Annual Conference shuttle bus

NAEYC will provide limited shuttle bus service from official Conference hotels to the Orange County Convention Center: Tuesday, November 1 Wednesday, November 2 *Thursday, November 3 8:00 a.m.­7:30 p.m. 6:30 a.m.­12:30 p.m. 3:30­8:30 p.m. 6:30­10:30 a.m. 3:30­7:00 p.m.

Ground transportation

Taxis: The approximate taxi fare is $35 to/from Orlando International Airport and the Orange County Convention Center. Airport shuttle: NAEYC has arranged for Mears Motor Shuttle to provide discounted van service to/from Orlando International

*Universal CityWalk® event will take place on Thursday, November 3, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Shuttle buses will leave the Orange County Convention Center beginning at 6:30 until 7:30 p.m. Shuttle buses will return attendees to the Conference hotels beginning at 7:30 until 9:30 p.m. Friday, November 4 Saturday, November 5 6:30­10:30 a.m. 3:30­7:00 p.m. 6:30 a.m.­4:30 p.m.

Orlando International Airport

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November 2­5

Orlando, Florida

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Hotel rates

Hotel

For hotel descriptions, hotel map, housing instructions, and hotel reservation form, please visit www.naeyc.org. Don't procrastinate--Reserve your hotel room now!

Single

$199 $199 $249 $299

Double

$199 $199 $249 $299 $119

Triple

$224 $219 $269 $319 $129

Quad

$249 $239 $289 $339 $139

Suites

$720 & up $575 & up

Walk or ride?

1. Hilton Orlando

(NAEYC Co-Headquarters Hotel)

2. The Peabody Orlando

(NAEYC Co-Headquarters Hotel)

Executive King Rooms Club Level Rooms

3. DoubleTree by $119 Hilton Orlando at SeaWorld 4. Rosen Centre Hotel 5. Rosen Plaza Hotel 6. Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando 7. Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld $175 $165 $85

$199

$175 $165 $85

$195 $185 $90

$215 $205 $95

$525 & up $380 & up ----

$195

$195

$215

$215

$255

(king & conference parlor)

8. Clarion Inn & Suites 9. Days Inn Orlando Convention Center

$86 $89

$86 $89

$96 $89

$96 $89

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10. SpringHill Suites by $139 Marriott Convention Center 11. Hawthorn Suites Orlando Convention Center $119

$139

$139

$139

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$119

$119

$119

----

(king-bedded or two-bedded suites)

12. Embassy Suites Orlando International Drive/ Convention Center 13. Courtyard by Marriott International Drive/ Convention Center 14. Residence Inn by Marriott Convention Center

$159

$159

$179

$179

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(king-bedded or two-bedded suites)

$129

$129

$139

$139

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$149

$149

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Please stay only at an official NAEYC hotel!

When NAEYC brings the Annual Conference into a city, we negotiate with hotels to block a sufficient number of guest rooms for attendees. For 2011, NAEYC has contracted with 14 Orlando properties to enhance your Annual Conference experience. We want you to feel safe and secure and to enjoy the hospitality of high-quality accommodations. You deserve it! Keep in mind that if NAEYC does not fulfill our contractual obligations with these hotels, the Association will be required to pay significant financial penalties. Please support your professional association by making your reservation with an NAEYC official hotel. Thank you.

Hotel room rates for the NAEYC 2011 Annual Conference & Expo include a fee that is provided to the Association to subsidize the costs of Conference meeting space, shuttle bus services, and other related services.

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Annual Conference Expo

NAEYC invites you to the 2011 Annual Conference Expo!

This year's Expo will feature more than 1,000 exhibit booths with the latest learning tools and materials. Make time to network with representatives from hundreds of companies and organizations that specialize in resources for children from birth through age 8.

2011 Expo hours

Wednesday, November 2 Thursday, November 3 Friday, November 4 Saturday, November 5 12:00 noon­4:00 p.m. 6:00­8:00 p.m. 10:30 a.m.­6:30 p.m. 10:30 a.m.­6:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m.­1:00 p.m.

NEW!

Be sure to visit the Exhibitor Showcases

Workshops will be presented by exhibitors that will highlight new products and applications that are designed especially for you. These 45-minute sessions will be held in the Exhibitor Showcase Area in the back of the NAEYC Exhibit Hall. First come, first served. Each session will accommodate approximately 30 people. A full schedule and topics will be published in the NAEYC Annual Conference Final Program and on NAEYC's website.

Children's Factory Childs Play ChildTrek Educational Toys, Books & Playground Equipment China Sprout, Inc. Circle of Songs with Hugh Hanley Committee for Children Community Playthings Concordia University Constructive Playthings Cookie Lee Jewelry Corwin Council for Environmental Education Crayola, LLC Creative Artworks Creative Teaching Press Department of Defense Child & Youth Programs DEPCO LLC DermaCare, Inc. Dexter Educational Toys Discount School Supply Discovery Toys Dr. Drew's Toys, Inc. Early Childhood Degrees @ University of Central Florida (UCF) Early Childhood Training on Demand Early Development of Global Education (EDGE) Educational Activities, Inc. Educator Supplies Limited Eerdmans Books for Young Readers Ellison Environments, Inc. Equal Exchange Erikson Institute--Graduate School in Child Development EZCare/SofterWare, Inc. Factory Select, LLC First Quality Products, Inc. Flaghouse, Inc. Follett Library Resources Forrest T. Jones & Co. Foundations Quality Children's Products

NAEYC Exhibitors

(as of July 2011)

2011 NAEYC Annual Conference Sponsors are in bold.

Abrams Learning Trends AccuCut Active Play Books Administration for Children and Families A+ Images, Inc./Classroom Faces Alliance for Childhood aMaze--Families All Matter American Federation of Teachers American Montessori Society (AMS) Angeles Corporation Annie's Book Shelf.com Applied Labels, LLC Asia for Kids/Culture for Kids AWE Digital Learning Solutions Baby Signs, Inc. BCI Burke Company, LLC Becker's School Supplies Benees, Inc. Blick Art Materials Book Vine for Children Brand New World Bright Horizons Brodart Co. Brookes Publishing California University of Pennsylvania Camp AdventureTM Child & Youth Services Capella University Capstone Early Learning C.A.R.E.S-- Resources for Kindergarten Readiness Carolina Pad Carpets for Kids Cathy & Marcy's Song Shop CDA Council for Professional Recognition Center Enterprises, Inc. Centers to Go, Inc. Chapter 97: SCHOOLCHAPTERS Child Care Daily App ChildCare Education Institute Child Care Marketplace

Francis Institute for Child & Youth Development Franklin Electronic Publishers Free Spirit Publishing Frog Street Press Fun Science Fun Shine Express, Inc. Gardening With Kids Gesell Institute of Human Development, Inc. Goddard Systems, Inc. Greg & Steve Productions Grounds for Play Gryphon House H&H Products HandPrint/National Institute of Child Care Management Handwriting Without Tears, Inc. Happi-Nappi Happy Feet USA, Inc. Harrison & Company Hatch Highlights for Children HighReach Learning CarsonDellosa Publishing HighScope Educational Research Foundation Holiday House Houghton Mifflin/Harcourt Ideal Jewelry Imagination Playground Independent Publishers Group interActive Learning Jax Ltd., Inc. Jonti-Craft, Inc. Kaplan Early Learning Company KidCarpet.com Kids Play, Inc. Kidstuff Playsystems, Inc. Kimbo Educational Kinderdance International Kodo Kids Lakeshore Learning Materials Leahy IFP Learning Care Group Learning Materials Workshop Learning Resources The Learning Station Learning Through Art, Inc. Learning ZoneXpress Lego Education Lerner Publishing Group Lifetouch Preschool Portraits Little Caesars Pizza Kit Lovable Labels Loving Guidance LTR Products Majestic Publishing, LLC Makit Products The Markerboard People Massaging Insoles M.A.T. Industries, Inc. Matthews Bus Company McGraw-Hill School Education Group Midwest Transit Equipment/ Childcarebus.com Minute Menu Systems, LLC Mother Goose Time Music is Elementary Music Together, LLC NACCRRA Nasco National Food Service Management Institute National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research National Program for Playground Safety Navajo Jewelry & Crafts Newmark Learning The New York Times Nienhuis Montessori USA Northern Speech Services NRA--Eddie Eagle Nursery Maid

Office of Child Care/ACF/HHS Ooey Gooey, Inc. Ooka Island, Inc. Peanut Butter & Jelly TV, LLC Pearson Pearson Clinical Assessment Pearson School Piel Canela Peru The Pin Man­ Oklahoma PlayCore Play Mart, Inc. Play With a Purpose Playworld Systems, Inc. Portland State University­ Extended Campus Program Positive Discipline PR & P Architects: Childplay Preschool First.com Produce for Better Health Foundation The Program for Infant/Toddler Care ProSolutions Training Reading Eggs Read It Once Again Read MTI Red Chair Press, LLC Redleaf Press Reflections Lightboxes Reggio Children/NAREA Resources for Reading Rourke Classroom Resources Routledge Journals Roylco, Inc. RPM Drymate Sadlier SafeSpace Concepts, Inc. S & S Worldwide Sargent Art Scarf King Scholastic Inc. School Health Corporation School Specialty Early Childhood Signing Time Smart Horizons SmileMakers Smithsonian Folkways Recordings The Soynut Butter Company SQR Solutions Star Bright Books SteinerBooks Stevens Industries Steve Spangler Science St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Success for All Foundation Sundberg Learning Systems, LLC Super Fun Show Syracuse Cultural Workers Take Shape for Life Teachers College Press Teaching Strategies, Inc. Teachstone, Inc. Teddy Bear Portraits by Nationwide Studios Thomas Built Buses, Inc. Thomas Moore Enterprises, Inc. Tout About Toys Tree Blocks TREND Enterprises, Inc. Tutto Luggage/Mascot Metropolitan, Inc. University of North Dakota University of West Alabama Virco, Inc. Wadsworth Cengage Learning Walden University WESCO North America Whitney Bros. Co. Wikki Stix Co. Zaner-Bloser Zeager Bros, Inc. Zoo-Phonics, Inc.

November 2­5

Orlando, Florida

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Conference Registration instructionsregister-- There are three ways to

Payment--Each Registration must be accompanied by full payment. Purchase orders are NOT accepted. Non-US registrants-- be certain your fees are paid in US funds drawn on a US bank, bank draft, or credit card. Questions about Registration?--Call CompuSystems, Inc., Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Central Time) at 866-878-0745 or 708-486-0745. For other questions, please contact NAEYC at 800-424-2460 or visit www.naeyc.org. Registration credentials--If you register by September 9, your name badge will be mailed to you prior to the Conference. The Final Program will not be mailed in advance. You may pick up your copy on-site in the Conference Registration Area, Orange County Convention Center, during the following days and hours: Tuesday, Nov. 1 1:00­7:00 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2 7:00 a.m.­6:00 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3 7:00 a.m.­6:00 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4 7:00 a.m.­5:00 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5 7:00 a.m.­12:00 noon One-Day and Two-Day registrants--your badge and Final Program will be available for pickup on-site in the Registration Area, Orange County Convention Center. Conference materials will not be mailed in advance. Exhibit Hall entry--Due to safety concerns, we cannot allow children or strollers in the Exhibit Hall. Only paid registrants (adults only) with a conferee name badge will be permitted to enter the Exhibit Hall.

1. Online--Visit www.naeyc.org if you are paying by credit card. 2. By fax--If you are paying by credit card, fax the Registration form on page 15 to 708-344-4444. 3. By mail--Fill out the Registration form on page 15 and send with payment to NAEYC Registration c/o CompuSystems, Inc. PO Box 6271 Broadview, IL 60155 Registrants--Alert NAEYC to any special needs you have.

Registration fees and deadlines!-- NAEYC

Best Value Package includes full Conference Registration, plus access to the NAEYC Live Learning Center. Receive up to 50 hours of sessions captured live during the Conference. See page 3 for details.

Best Value Package Registration

Early Bird

(ends Sept. 9)

Regular

(Sept. 10­ Oct. 7)

After Oct. 7 $380 $465 $210 $270 $205 $285 $305 $385

Member Nonmember Student Member Student Nonmember One-Day Member One-Day Nonmember Two-Day Member Two-Day Nonmember

$280 $370 $200 $265 $195 $280 $295 $380

$310 $400 $200 $265 $195 $280 $295 $380

Separate-Fee Workshops--To register for one of the full-day, Separate-Fee Workshops, see page 15. Note: Annual Conference Registration is not included in the Workshop fee. The Registration deadline is October 7. There will be no on-site Registration for the Separate-Fee Workshops. Refunds/Cancellations-- All fees are nonrefundable after October 7. Cancellation prior to October 7 will incur a $50 processing charge per Registration. Telephone cancellation is not accepted; certified mail is recommended. When submitting a refund request, please include the name and registration ID of each registrant, the name of the organization or person receiving the refund, and the address for where to mail the refund. There are no refunds for group registrations, only substitutions. Refund requests must be mailed to NAEYC Annual Conference Refunds c/o CompuSystems, Inc. 2805 South 25th Avenue Broadview, IL 60155-4531 Refund requests will be processed after the Conference. Membership--Your Registration fee does NOT include membership in NAEYC. To receive the member discount, you must provide your valid/current NAEYC membership ID#. Join NAEYC online at www.naeyc.org or call NAEYC's Member Services at 202-232-8777 or 800-424-2460, ext. 2002. Pay by check or credit card and become a member immediately. If you mail your payment, please allow 3 to 6 weeks after your application has been processed to receive your Welcome Packet containing your membership information. By mail, send a check or money order, payable to NAEYC, to NAEYC, PO Box 97156, Washington, DC 20090-7156. International registrants: NAEYC is pleased to extend the member registration rate to members of early childhood associations outside the United States that are our Global Alliance partners. Visit www. naeyc.org for a list of participating organizations. To register at the member rate, indicate your Global Alliance # on the Registration form.

Registration

Early Bird

(ends Sept. 9)

Regular

(Sept. 10­ Oct. 7)

After Oct. 7 $315 $400 $145 $205 $140 $220 $240 $320

Member Nonmember Student Member Student Nonmember One-Day Member One-Day Nonmember Two-Day Member Two-Day Nonmember

$225 $310 $145 $205 $140 $220 $240 $320

$255 $340 $145 $205 $140 $220 $240 $320

To be eligible for Student Registration, you must be a full-time student and enclose a copy of your valid student ID.

Group Registration--Each person in your group of 10 or more

will receive $10 off her or his Conference Registration fee. To qualify, all registrants in the group must be at the same address and all names must be submitted at the same time; only ONE payment to cover all registrations will be accepted. Registrations that arrive later will NOT be eligible for the group discount, nor will they count toward the 10-person minimum. Go to www.naeyc.org for the special Group Registration form. No refunds will be issued for a Group Registration; substitutions will be permitted. Note: Individuals registering for one day, two days, Separate-Fee Workshops, or as a presenter are not eligible for the group discount. The Registration form for presenters is available at www.naeyc.org.

CEUs and undergraduate credit--Portland State University will offer Continuing Education Units and undergraduate credit for the 2011 Annual Conference. Please visit www.naeyc.org.

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NAEYC 2011 Annual Conference Registration form

Last name First name

Orlando, Florida November 2­5

Print clearly or type, and complete ONE form for EACH registrant. Groups of 10 or more may qualify for the Group discount. Please refer to the Group Registration instructions. A different Registration form for presenters is at www.naeyc.org. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Middle initial

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ q home or q business

Organization (if materials are being mailed to your business address)

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Street City Apt. or suite #

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

State ZIP/Postal code Fax

____________________________________________ (

Country

Daytime telephone

) ______________________________________ (

) ______________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________

E-mail (Important! Your Registration confirmation will be e-mailed to you.)

q Check here if you have special needs. You will be contacted by NAEYC. q

NAEYC sometimes rents its Annual Conference mailing lists to exhibitors. Please check here if you wish to have your name removed from the list:

If you are registering at the NAEYC member rate, provide your valid/current NAEYC Membership ID (or Global Alliance) # ______________________________________________

Annual Conference Registration--NAEYC Best Value Package includes full Conference Registration, plus access to the NAEYC Live Learning Center. Receive up to 50 hours of carefully selected sessions captured live during the NAEYC Conference. See page 3 for more details.

Best Value Registration

After (ends Sept. 9) (Sept. 10­ Oct. 7) Oct. 7 Member q $280 q $310 q $380 Nonmember q $370 q $400 q $465 Student Member q $200 q $200 q $210 Student Nonmember q $265 q $265 q $270 *One-Day Member q $195 q $195 q $205 *One-Day Nonmember q $280 q $280 q $285 *Two-Day Member q $295 q $295 q $305 *Two-Day Nonmember q $380 q $380 q $385 *Indicate day(s) ___________________________________________________

Early Bird

Regular

Registration

After Oct. 7 Member q $225 q $255 q $315 Nonmember q $310 q $340 q $400 Student Member q $145 q $145 q $145 Student Nonmember q $205 q $205 q $205 *One-Day Member q $140 q $140 q $140 *One-Day Nonmember q $220 q $220 q $220 *Two-Day Member q $240 q $240 q $240 *Two-Day Nonmember q $320 q $320 q $320 *Indicate day(s) ___________________________________________________

(ends Sept. 9) (Sept. 10­ Oct. 7)

Early Bird

Regular

To be eligible for Student Registration, you must be a full-time student and enclose a copy of your valid student ID.

Registration fee

$ ____________

2011 Full-Day, Separate-Fee Workshops--Tuesday, November 1

Workshop descriptions are available at www.naeyc.org. Meeting NAEYC Professional Preparation Standards: Self-Study Workshop for Higher Education Faculty q $199 (member) q $249 (nonmember) NAEYC Accreditation of Programs for Young Children: Preparing Classrooms and Teaching Staff to Demonstrate Quality during the Site Visit q $199 (member) q $249 (nonmember) Training of Trainers for Program Administrators--Developmentally Appropriate Practice: Training for Teaching Staff q $299 (member) q $375 (nonmember) Workshop

Zumba®--Thursday, November 3

fee

$ ____________

7:00­7:45 a.m. No cost to Annual Conference registrants q I will attend the Zumba session on November 3. A waiver must be signed and submitted to NAEYC staff the morning of November 3 for you to participate. Download this waiver at www.naeyc.org/conference. 7:00­9:00 p.m. See page 11. $50 per person _________ticket(s) x $50

Universal CityWalk®--Thursday, November 3

(no purchase orders) q Check/money order enclosed q VISA

Card number

method TOTAL ENCLOSED Payment

Expiration date Printed name of cardholder Signature of cardholder

CityWalk® fee

$ ____________

$ ________________

q MasterCard q American Express q Discover If you are paying by credit card, fax form to 708-344-4444. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ How did you hear about the NAEYC 2011 Annual Conference? q a. Young Children journal q b. NAEYC's website q c. NAEYC's Preliminary Program q d. Recommendations from colleagues q e. Other _______________________________________________________ Where are you staying in Orlando? g. Hotel name _____________________________________ q h. live in area q i. staying with friend/relative Circle age group/population with whom you work and your position. Circle all that apply.

Age group/population 10 Infant/toddler 11 Preschool/pre-K 12 Kindergarten 13 Primary/school-age 14 Middle/secondary 15 College students 16 Families 17 Other adults Position 19 Elementary principal 20 Teacher 21 Family child care provider 22 Center director/school admin. 23 College educator/trainer 24 Licenser 25 Parent of child in care 26 27 28 29 30 31 Advocate Researcher Student Retired Consultant Other _________________

q

This is my first time attending an NAEYC Annual Conference

________________________ ________________________

Registration via fax or mail must be completed on or before Friday, October 7. After that date, Registration is available online or on-site only and higher fees apply. Payment must accompany the Registration form. Non-US registrants--be certain that your fees are paid in US funds drawn on a US bank, bank draft, or credit card. Fees are nonrefundable after October 7. Cancellations prior to October 7 will incur a $50 processing charge. See the Registration instructions for cancellation policy. Make check/money order payable to and return entire form to NAEYC Registration c/o CompuSystems, Inc., P.O. Box 6271, Broadview, IL 60155

Have questions about NAEYC Conference Registration? Contact CompuSystems, Inc. at 866-878-0745 or 708-486-0745. For all other questions, please contact NAEYC at 800-424-2460, or visit www.naeyc.org.

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National Association for the Education of Young Children 1313 L Street NW, Suite 500 Washington, DC 20005-4101

www.naeyc.org

Scan QR code with your mobile device for details about Conference Registration.

Special NAEYC Annual Conference events!

Calling all Floridians--

Get ready to

PARTY

DJPJ and a fan.

at NAEYC's Annual Conference!

Join top-rated deejay Patrick Cullen "DJPJ" for a night of music, dancing, food, and fun with other conferees from Florida!

Friday, November 4 9 p.m.­Midnight The Peabody Hotel, Orlando Hosted by Florida Association for the Education of Young Children

www.flaeyc.org

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