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.
We would love to hear from you! Please feel free to reach out to your local Chapter of NYAEYC!
Western NY Chapter of NYAEYC
The Western NY Chapter of NYAEYC is hosting a screening of “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” on Saturday, February 2nd.
The Western NY Chapter of NYAEYC is excited to host Tamar Jacobson this March!
When: March 8th, 9:00am – 12:00pm (Students), 2:00pm – 4:00pm (Administrators)
March 9th, 2019, 9:00am – 12:00pm (open to all)
Cost: NYAEYC Members: $38, NonMembers: $50, Students: Free with student ID
Where: Erie Community College City Campus
121 Ellicott Street,
Buffalo, NY 1420
Rochester Chapter of NYAEYC
Rochester Chapter of NYAEYC 2018-2019 Professional Development
January Professional Development
Thursday, January 17th from 6:00 – 8:00pm
Al Sigl Center, Door #1, 1000 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester, NY 14620
Presented by Krista Nicolaisan, Enrollment & Family Engagement Specialist
Participants will learn how to choose developmentally appropriate activities from Pinterest, as well as other web-based planning sites.
We will use the Early Learning Guidelines and High Scope Key Developmental Indicators to guide our decision making.
Participants will receive 2 training hours toward NYS licensing requirements.
No Pre-Registration is Required – just come.
FREE for Standard and Premium NAEYC members
$20 fee for others
OCFS #1 & #3 CBK #1 & #4
ASL interpreter available on request. Please request via email (email@example.com) by January 11, 2019
Save the Date for Future Professional Development Dates!
Thursday, March 14th, 6pm-8pm, Al Sigl Center Door #1, 1000 Elmwood Ave
Thursday, May 23rd, 6pm-8pm, Al Sigl Center Door #1, 1000 Elmwood Ave
Chautauqua County Chapter of NYAEYC
See what Chris Wigren, a NYAEYC member, has to say about her involvement in the Association!
What has been your most rewarding Chapter event? The Annual Early Childhood Conferences held each year – county and state
Why? It is an opportunity for those who attend to grow and to learn from and to be inspired by the keynote and workshop presenters, which ultimately benefits the children in their care. Also to be able to network and be more enthused about our field.
What is the most valuable part of being a member of NYAEYC?
It is the privilege and honor of working along side some of the most dedicated early childhood advocates Chautauqua County and New York State has to offer.
Thoughts about being a NYAEYC member. It means an opportunity to be united with others from across the State and country (NAEYC) in sharing a vision or a goal or a mindset of always keeping at the forefront of all that we do or say – what is best for young children.
Rochester Chapter of NYAEYC
2018 Spring Seminar
From Chaos to Calm: Supporting Our Most Challenging Children
Look at some of the great comments from the event!
“It was incredible to have a room full of teachers going home with at least two dozen hands on ideas to implement the next day. Wonderful ideas that respect both the child and teacher, but offer ways to move children beyond their behavior issues and into problem solving and feeling like partners in their classrooms.”
Adjunct Professor, SUNY Empire State College
This will greatly enhance my current use of
strategies in the classroom. So many new things learned.
Wonderful energy, practical real information, thought provoking
Great workshop! Wonderful speaker!
Would love to hear more from Kim Hughes— bring her back!!
I will be able to share things I learned and discussed today with my staff!
Great ideas to share and implement with my staff and things that can be modified!
I plan on using a lot of the breathing techniques and handout in my classroom.
Dynamic, engaging speaker
Will share with colleagues and implement in the classroom
Excellent ways were given for self-regulation
Western New York Chapter of NYAEYC
Name to Face 2018: An Early Childhood Networking Event
Daniel J. Hodgins Event