Saturday, October 16, 2010
2010 KAEYC Pre-Conference & Annual Conference
Dates: October 22-23, 2010
Location: KSU Student Union
Cost: *Depends on if you want to attend both Friday night and Saturday all day
Parking (KSU Union parking garage)--$4
Parking (KSU parking garage)--$4
Continuing Education Hours (8 total possible)--$30
Lisa Murphy is the ooey gooey lady®!
Lisa is the founder and CEO of Ooey Gooey, Inc. As the ooey gooey lady®, Lisa presents over 150 workshops each year to audiences across the country on various topics related to early childhood education, specifically how to be more play-based in the classroom. She has been featured in various publications including Child Care Business Exchange, Parents and Pre-K Today. Lisa has authored four books and has created dozens of teacher training DVD’s. A highly sought after keynoter for educational conferences, Lisa uses humor and real life anecdotes to reach and engage her audiences. Lisa’s standing room only seminars have become nationally known for their information, humor, inspiration and energetic delivery. Frequently asked if she has ever been a stand up comic, Lisa practices what she preaches and continues to blend the laughter with the learning! Lisa has become known for her ability to link hands-on activities to educational standards and is dedicated to creating child-centered, play-based early childhood environments.
34th Annual Governor's Conference for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect
Dates: November 3-5, 2010
Location: Hyatt Regency
Cost: $150/1 day, $200/2 days, or $250/3 days *Registration is open. A $25 late fee applies after October 12, 2010.
1.To provide information about exemplary models of prevention and intervention services for children and families.
2.To provide a networking opportunity for Kansans interested in the welfare of children.
3.To recognize individuals or organizations who have provided outstanding services to children.
4.To publicize the needs of children and families and the opportunities to meet those needs.
5.To provide certifiable training opportunities for individuals who work professionally providing services for the benefit of children and families