×
User Search
Give
Give Newsletter Signup

Live Virtual Class Schedule

The trainings listed below are live virtual sessions that offer interaction with the instructor and other participants.

Upcoming Trainings

We offer Zoom training as an interactive learning experience. In order to receive credit for any Zoom course, you must attend sessions with your computer camera and microphone on. *A training must have a minimum of 20 people registered in order to be conducted

Please note you will only receive credit for attending one class at a time.

Active Fun and Games for After-School Care

June 4, 2022  9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Register

Description: School-age children benefit when teachers add movement, learning and fun to their after-school care. Participants will learn the benefits of physical activity and explore the recommended guidelines and best practices for school-age children. They will participate in many games and activities to get children moving, learning, and having fun!

Music and Play

June 4, 2022  9:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Register

Description: Play is a child’s work! We know children learn and benefit tremendously from play. In this workshop, you’ll learn ways music can inspire play at home or in school. You’ll learn different songs to use and techniques on how to create playful space for children. You’ll learn about some theories on play and how play is a way of learning.

A Plan For The Day Keeps The Chaos Away

June 11, 2022  8:30 AM – 11:30 AM

Register

Description: Approaching each day without a lesson plan can result in chaos. This interactive session will present ways to plan for more productive and less chaotic days, not to mention better outcomes for your children. Participants will walk away with an actual lesson plan!

Making Intentional Teaching Connections to Support Children’s Learning and Development

June 16, 2022  6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Register

Description: Participants will learn more about intentional teaching and understand that they have an important role to play in facilitating children’s learning and development. Successful participants will examine a variety of intentional and developmentally appropriate approaches as well as how to connect with children to extend their learning.

Calming your Classroom: Helping Explosive Children Cope

June 18, 2022 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Register

Description: When a child is prone to quickly lose control, the explosive behavior is telling us he or she does not have the skills to appropriately handle the demands of the situation. You can prevent and handle these extremely challenging behaviors by addressing their developmental delays in 4 self-regulation skills. These children will learn to cope with stressors better and your classroom will become a calmer place!

Literacy: Components to a Complete Approach

June 18, 2022 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM

Register

Description: It is our obligation, as teachers, to immerse our children in a literacy-rich environment. This workshop will examine modeling techniques, read aloud methods, writers’ workshops, extension activities in the learning centers, and creating an appropriate letter wall. The day will be full of ideas that can be immediately implemented to enhance their early literacy skills needed in a preschool classroom.

Teacher Child Interactions for Infants and Toddlers

June 25, 2022 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM

Description: Building positive relationships with infants and toddlers is key to healthy development. Explore strategies to enrich your environment and daily routines with love. Build parent partnerships with activities that connect family and teachers. Give our youngest children a secure foundation of attachment, individualized responsive care, positive interactions and resiliency.

Math, Science, Literacy Assessments…All in the Block Center

June 25, 2022 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Register

Description: Children of all ages play with blocks – from the youngest toddlers to schoolers. Understanding developmental stages of block play as well as the cognitive and social learning that takes place in the block center creates opportunities for observation and informal assessments