This blog was created by Members of the New Jersey Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators. Contact us at njaecte@yahoo.com Maintained by Dina Rosen, VP Membership, Assistant Professor at Kean University

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Travel Learn Programs

Many local colleges and universities are running travel learn programs. Feel free to write comments that about your travel learn programs.

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Sunday, February 25, 2007

List of Conferences- Spring 2007

Use the comment feature to post interesting conferences happening in the Spring 2007.

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Saturday, February 24, 2007

Spring Membership Meeting March 23

New Jersey Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators
Annual Spring Membership Meeting
Date: March 23, 2007
Time: 12:00-2:30

Location: Rutgers Alumni Club, College Avenue, New Brunswick
Cost: $25.00 per person (bring to meeting)
RSVP: drosen18@yahoo.com

Speaker: Cindy Rice
"The Status of Preschool through 3rd Grade Systems in New Jersey: Where We Are and What Still Needs to be Accomplished?"

For Directions to the Rutgers Alumni Club go to http://rutgersclub.rutgers.edu/directions.pdf


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Register to participate in the NJAECTE blog

A blog is very similar to a webpage with a few key differences--most importantly a blog is intended to be a two-way communication tool. I encourage members and friends to become active in our blog by regularly reading the blog and submitting comments.

Our blog was created on E-blogger. E-blogger does not allow anonymous comments. Rather, to add comments to a blog you must register with e-blogger. Registration takes about two minutes and does not ask for personal information. Below are directions for registering with e-blogger.

1. go to https://beta.blogger.com/start_
2. click on “create your blog now”_
3. fill in form _
4. click “continue”_
5. You are done creating an account.

6. Type our blog address (http://njaecte.blogspot.com/) in the URL box to view blog
7. Add comments to a blog entry by _clicking on the blue comment link on the right.
NOTE: At step 5, the page seems to suggest that you must create your own blog. However, you do not need to create a _blog as part of the registration process.

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