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Monday
Nov122012

Note to attendees of NAEYC conference

Greetings!  It was my pleasure to present at the annual conference in Atlanta last week, and I thank you for attending my session.

As I mentioned, I had uploaded a number of handouts to the NAEYC website for you to use.  However, I was not aware of the complexity of accessing those handouts and how few attendees were even aware of their availability.

For those of you willing to give a try, here are the step by step instructions for accessing those handouts:

1. Go to www.naeyc.org/conference

2. Scroll down to the paragraph headed: My Conference Plan

3. Click on "Annual Conference Itinerary Planner" highlighted in the middle of the paragraph

4. In the search box, search by my last name "Haxby"

5. When the session "What About Naps?" appears, log in with your email address and password (the same you used to register for the conference)

6. A dialogue box ("Presentation Details") will appear.  Scroll down and you will see the handouts I placed there for you.  Click on the ones you are interested in and download.

Good luck and I apologize for the inconvenience.  I will also add some of the articles I've written to this blog in the upcoming days.

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