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The VAEYC Annual Early Childhood Conference & Retreat is October 13, 14, & 15 at UVM’s Davis Center in Burlington. We are excited to announce Chip Donahue will be our keynote on Thursday and the topic will be “Family Engagement in the Digital Age: Early Childhood Educators as Media Mentors,” Friday author and illustrator Stephen Kellogg and Mary Bridgid Barrett will present on storytelling and illustrating and Saturday will focus on the NEW Vermont Early Learning Standards.
Need financial assistance to attend this year’s Annual Conference and Retreat? Check out the Chuck Bayles Memorial Scholarship page.
VAEYC GOES TO WASHINGTON, D.C.
VAEYC Board Member-at-Large, Andrea Sambrook, recently represented us in Washington, D.C. at the Public Policy Forum….we are active in not only our state, but also have a presence at national events.
The VAEYC board and staff would like to express their appreciation for all the patience that you have shown while waiting for your documentation of professional development forms. We are happy to announce that the DPD form generator is now LIVE on our website and you will be able to download and/or print your DPD certificates from the conference!
Did you have the pleasure of attending the 2015 VAEYC Conference and Retreat in Killington? If so, please enter an evaluation on the survey link below. We would be most grateful!!
Click the link below to view the T.E.A.C.H Annual eReport 2015
We wish to announce that Lisa Guerrero will be focusing her new work with VAEYC as the oversight coordinator for the VT chapter of TEACH. Her new role will support this important state wide program which offers early educators a pathway to obtaining an Associate’s degree through cost sharing between TEACH, employers and students. This unique program is directly linked to growing a more highly qualified early childhood work force across VT!
Lisa will team up with Sonja Raymond, Executive Director, to ensure that the Vermont TEACH program is a strong model representing the state at the National level. Sonja, a long standing board member and experienced program director, leads the Quality project (supporting programs as they seek national accreditation) and is active in the legislature with issues relating to the Child Care Financial Assistance program (CCFAP). Please welcome both Lisa and Sonja to the leadership team at VAEYC!
Ellen Drolette, Burlington, VT Licensed Home Child Care provider has been recognized by Exchange Magazine for being a Master Leader in the field of early childhood education. Please help celebrate and recognize Ellen!
See more about this amazing honor here:
Link for T16-The New Licensing Regulations: Overview & Next Steps
Materials for T21-Developmental Monitoring: Strategies, Resources and Tools to Inform Practice, Improve Early Identification of Developmental Concerns and Autism, and Share Concerns with Families:
Link for S4 – The New Licensing Regulations: Overview & Next Steps
Institute of Medicine Report: Transforming the Workforce for Children Birth Through Age 8: A Unifying Foundation
T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood Vermont: (AA degree scholarships)Quality Improvement Project ________________________________________________________________________
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econnections is VAEYC’s newsletter, published 6 times per year