Welcome to Region 1, home of and serving the following NYAEYC Chapters: Chautauqua County, Rochester, and Western NY. Please visit often as we will be sharing news, information, and updates for this region.
Join the Rochester Chapter of NYAEYC as they present their
Thursday, March 22, 2018
5:00 pm – 8:30 pm
RIT Inn and Conference Center
5257 West Henrietta Road, Henrietta, NY 14667
(Free parking is available behind building)
From Chaos to Calm: Supporting our Most Challenging Children
Come learn how teacher-child relationships play a significant role in influencing young children’s social and emotional development, as well as how to encourage the intrinsic motivators that every child needs to find behavioral and learning success. This captivating presentation is targeted for all who work with young children and identifies the need for positive relationships for the successful promotion of democratic life skills. Join Kim for a session filled with hands-on activities and kid-tested strategies that will send you off excited and revitalized about your work with young children, particularly those with special needs.
Join the Western NY Chapter of NYAEYC as they welcome
Daniel J. Hodgins
March 16, 2018
9:00am – 12:00pm
Looking through the Eyes of Boys and Girls: The differences between their learning styles, feelings, and environmental needs.
March 17, 2018
9:00am – 1:00pm
What About Those Boys and Supporting Children Who Take Us to the End of Our Rope.
Erie Community College City Campus • 121 Ellicott Street • Buffalo, NY 14203
The WNY Chapter of NYAEYC presents Daniel J Hodgins,an exceptional, internationally renowned presenter and author of two books titled, Boys: Changing the Classroom, Not the Child and his new book titled, GET OVER IT, Relearning guidance practices. Daniel has done keynotes, workshops, and seminars in over 48 states, Japan, and Canada.
As a consultant, Daniel works with educators, parents and other professionals, helping them to understand the research-based theory and how to adapt curriculum and environments that support the continued development of children and families. Daniel has a unique grasp of children and family issues learned from over 30 plus years of experience working as a teacher, director, educator and parent in both the private and public sector. Daniel’s interactive style is both informative and entertaining.