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Group Classes

Houston —

Conozca las leyes y reglamentos vigentes para proteger a los niños y el papel de los proveedores de cuidado infantil en la denuncia de maltrato infantil. Mediante estudios de casos, identifique los indicadores comunes de abuso y negligencia y las personas potencialmente abusivas. Comprenda cómo los factores de riesgo a nivel comunitario afectan a las familias y cómo implementar factores preventivos en sus centros. 

7 slots available
Registration closes on 04.16.2020 at 05:00 p.m. CST
Dayton —

In the earliest years, children are intellectually and physically learning through their five senses. It is so important to begin tip toeing into the process of providing art and sensory activities for our youngest learners. Yet, many teachers are hesitant or many not know how to implement art and sensory activities. Join us as we explore useful activities set-up and clean-up techniques. Enhance the vocabulary used while teaching and working with children as they explore a variety of art and sensory materials.

18 slots available
Registration closes on 04.16.2020 at 05:00 p.m. CST
Houston —

In this workshop, we will look at the role of “tinkering and making” in creative problem solving and learning. Read alouds will be the foundation for introduction to problem solving activities that support cognitive and social emotional development.

19 slots available
Registration closes on 04.23.2020 at 05:00 p.m. CST
Friendswood —

Children who have difficulty playing with others, communicating or rigid behaviors may be demonstrating symptoms of ASD. You will learn about brain development and its role in social relationships, the core cognitive deficit of ASD, classroom management techniques and ways to interact with and support children who may be on the spectrum.

21 slots available
Registration closes on 04.23.2020 at 05:00 p.m. CST

Education by the Numbers

Percentage of teachers in Texas
that only meet the minimal level
of teacher education - a high
school diploma or GED.

Texas pre-K classes currently have
over twice the national average for
teacher/child ratios.

5,890 Early education prefessionals
received professional development
through Collaborative for Children's
trainings and educator resources.