Conference Basics: Nannypalooza 2013

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REGISTRATION:

$140 regular registration before Oct. 19th. There will be a 10% discount will be reimbursed at conference for group of 8 or more.)

Registration includes:

  • Your chosen workshops (6 time slots with at least 2 choices in each time slot!)
  • Some meals: Continental breakfast Saturday morning, Lunch Saturday, Breakfast Sunday morning
  • Inclusion in all raffle drawings
  • Welcome reception Friday evening with networking and light dessert

HOTEL:

$119/night for double occupancy at the Wyndham Playhouse Square hotel in Cleveland, Ohio. The block of rooms closes Oct. 11th! One valet parking voucher per room is included. Need a roommate? Let them know and  Nannypalooza wil try to match you up!

OTHER COSTS: 

  • travel to and from conference
  • dinner and optional social events Saturday evening
  • intensive training sessions (optional super-sized sessions)

FRIDAY AFTERNOON “UN-CONFERENCE”: 

Friday afternoon from 12:30 to 5:00 we will be offering a new and dynamic option for you! The unconference idea came from the tech sector and has come to the education world and beyond as a new way to learn and grow. The basic idea is that we are all learners and teachers. This participant driven experience is totally unique and allows for the attendees to create the agenda together. The unconference is free and open to all interested parties- even if you are not registered for Nannypalooza.

WEBSITE:
View all the conference details and register here: http://www.nannypalooza.com/conference-details.html

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