Learn how to keep children actively engaged and interested while outdoors through this web-based course. The discovery of providing a mix of teacher-led versus child-led activities into outdoor times supports children in the way they learn best while boosting wonder, peer play, and positive social interactions. Ideas will be shared to spark interest in what we can do with our outdoor play spaces to keep children interested in outdoor play. 2 hour training KCF IIA CDA II - Your link for the training will be sent the day of the training. Please do reach out before the session via email with your Develop ID.
Explore the importance of daily communication and relationships to best support the children in our care in this Zoom training. Use this knowledge to identify what you can do to help children thrive.
You will find your course link in your email box on the afternoon of the training. Please send your Develop ID to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the chat.
Learn what multi-sensory experiences are and why it needs to be considered when setting up a successful child care environment. Everyone experiences their environment in a differing way, explore a variety of multi-sensory activities to meet the need of all children, and how easy it can be to include these in your program. 2-hour training. KCF IIA CDA II Your course will expire one year from the date of purchase.
Explore this web based training to build a child care environment that supports individuals by promoting positive, supportive interactions between ALL children. - 2 Hour KCF IIC CDA III
In this web-based training, learn how the 1-year old develops. Learn social/emotional development as well as cognition, speech/language, motor skills, and the importance of building positive relationships with this stage.
Discover what every young child needs to build a foundation in literacy. This web-based course will break down the requirements of early literacy including, language, listening skills, and usual experiences with books. When children have these experiences they are much more likely to be successful in school.
Learn how to keep children actively engaged and interested while outdoors through this web-based course. The discovery of providing a mix of teacher-led versus child-led activities into outdoor times supports children in the way they learn best while boosting wonder, peer play, and positive social interactions. Ideas will be shared to spark interest in what we can do with our outdoor play spaces to keep children interested in outdoor play. 2 hour training KCF IIA CDA II
A Burger for Me: Prop Box Play - Learn how prop boxes can enhance your child care environment in this web based course. Play is important to the young child. This training allows students to explore ways that we can support learning through the use of prop boxes in our child care programs to keep children actively engaged and supported through play. 2 Hour Training KCF IIC CDA III
Examine ADHD on this web-based course. Gain an understanding of the disability and exercise strategies that will turn challenges into successes for the child and the program.
Explore this web-based training to learn the four communication styles along with temperament traits to best understand how to support relationships with those around you, including children, staff, and the families you serve. KCF VI, CDA VI - 2 Hour Course
Participate in this web-based course and recognize how to best support the development of infants in your care. Understanding how infants develop will help you plan for individual successes in each developmental domain including motor skills, cognition, social/emotional development, and speech/language. KCF 1, CDA 8 2 Hour Course
2 Hour Course - In this web-based course, explore how to make and use an interview book to secure families into your child care program, while you investigate what is important to include in your own book. KCF VI (Professionalism) CDA VI ( Making a Commitment to Professionalism)
Explore this web-based course and participate in session four of the "What's in a Name" four-part series and review the importance of families passing their traditions and culture onto their children. Use this knowledge to create a diverse learning environment. Explore and develop activities that support children's culture and traditions. KCF III (relationships and families) CDA IV (Strategies to establish productive relationships with families) 2 Hours licensing credit upon completion.
Explore this web-based course and participate in session three of the "What's in a Name" four-part series and review the importance of families passing their traditions and culture onto their children. Use this knowledge to proactively support and include family talents, skills, and cultural practices into your program's learning environment. KCF III, CDA IV, 2 hours licensing credit upon completion.
Explore the importance of daily communication and relationships to best support the children in our care in this online course. Use this knowledge to identify what you can do to help children thrive. KCF III, CDA IV - 2 hour session.
Your course link will be attached to your email receipt and must be completed within one year of purchase.
Explore this web-based course to recognize, reduce, and plan for the many transitions that children are required to maneuver each day. With the high stakes of helping children to be successful, explore some transitional strategies that can reduce anxiety and boredom, allowing children to be successful. KCF IIC, CDA III 2 Hours licensing credit upon completion.
2 hour Course - Explore this web based course.
Examine the role of the childhood educator and recognize how to get children back into nature and the great outdoors. Learn about the history, explore activities, and understand the importance of the outdoors for children's successful development.
Knowledge and Competency Framework Area - IIA Creating Positive Learning Experiences
CDA Content Area II Steps to Advance Physical and Intellectual Development
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Participate in this web-based course and identify how the whole child develops. Explore development in motor skills, cognition, speech and language and the ever important area of social and emotional development. Recognize how to best support the development of our youngest learners.
Learn in this web-based training, the requirements necessary to support young children in maintaining control over their environment. Learn the signs of arousal and how to use these tools to support a child in the reduction of emotional, cognitive, and physical challenges.
Participate in this session to recognize the importance of families passing their traditions and culture on to their children. From the simple beginnings of a given name, build relationships with families and explore how to support children in your program.