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NVAEYC Fall Conference, Saturday, November 21.

Wednesday, September 9, 2015 Workshop

The way you talk in the classroom affects how children learn in your classroom
7:00 7:15 p.m. Registration and Networking
7:15 9:00 p.m. Presentation
Leis Center

7423 Camp Alger Avenue
Falls Church, VA 22043
Free for members ----- $15 for nonmembers
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  We are an affiliate of the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Our members include over 950 early childhood teachers, family child care providers, parents and other professionals who care about and work to promote the healthy development of all young children.

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The vision of the Northern Virginia Association for the Education of Young Children is to insure that every young child in Northern Virginia has access to excellent care and to excellent education. The mission of the Northern Virginia Association for the Education of Young Children is to provide excellent educational services, information, and resources to the citizens of Northern Virginia for the benefit of young children. To fulfill its mission, NVAEYC will:

  • Act as an advocate for young children and their families;
  • Foster professional development of those serving in early childhood settings;
  • Recognize and celebrate a variety of developmentally appropriate learning settings for young children;
  • Invite and sustain a thriving and diverse membership.

The goal of the Northern Virginia Association for the Education of Young Children is to have a positive influence in impacting the quality of services rendered young children and their families.

There are three avenues NVAEYC has identified to achieve this goal. NVAEYC is committed to:

  • Offering professional development opportunities to those serving in the field of early childhood education through conferences, workshops, newsletters, leadership seminars, and resource materials;
  • Raising public awareness as to the necessity for:
      (1) age-appropriate and developmentally-appropriate education and;
      (2) high quality care in meeting the needs of both young children and their families;
  • Providing leadership and advocacy to the community by identifying and responding to issues related to the needs, rights, and well being of young children and their families.

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