We are back from the 2012 NAEYC Annual Conference!
We managed to snap a few photos from the Exhibit Hall and while we were out and about in Atlanta. If you were there, too, we hope you had a great time, learned a lot, and had safe travels. If you weren’t able to make it this year, we missed you and hope to see you next year!
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In other news, we’re excited to tell you about this month’s Author Spotlight.
His new book, From Handprints to Hypotheses: Using the Project Approach with Toddlers and Twos, will be out in December, so now is the perfect time to get to know Todd Wanerman, MA. When he isn’t dreaming up new projects for his classroom of toddlers and two-year-olds, Todd is leading workshops and community partnerships with parents, presenting at national conferences, lecturing at San Francisco State University, or brushing up on his French. Head over to our Q&A with Todd to learn how a keynote lecture led to a lingering question and, eventually, his new book.
Tell us: What was your favorite thing about the 2012 NAEYC Annual Conference in Atlanta? Do you have any questions for our authors? Ask here, and we’ll get answers!