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Addressing Challenging Behavior: Promoting Social and Emotional Health in Young Children

62 Lessons $45.00

14 clock hours
Challenging behavior is one of the biggest issues early childhood educators face every day. Most often these behaviors are caused by challenges presented by the social and physical environment, yet often the approach is to “fix” the child rather than “fix” the factors that contribute to the behavior. This Turn-Key training program will provide the knowledge base and practical strategies teachers need to strive to minimize challenging behavior in the classroom.

Building Positive Relationships in a School-Age Classroom

20 Lessons $20.00

3 clock hours
This course will show participants how to create a caring classroom community where children feel supported, safe, included and known in their school-age classrooms. School-age classrooms need to be active, engaging places where instruction centers on student thinking and where students are able to take risks and jump into learning at hand. The focus will be on showing participants how to provide rich opportunities to work together, grow ideas, revise children’s thinking and construct meaning.

Cornerstones of Quality: Safety, Health and Nutrition

18 Lessons $20.00

3 clock hours
In this course we will focus on how to create an environment that will keep infants and children safe and healthy in child care. Information is in aligned with new licensing requirements.

Creating A Positive Social Emotional Climate in Infant/Toddler Care Settings

16 Lessons $20.00

3 clock hours
This course will help participants to understand that when they develop a positive social and emotional climate in the care setting and provides nurturing relationships with young children, the young child feels more secure in the environment and more likely to feel comfortable learning and growing. Such relationships are likely to lead to a more emotionally secure and independent child, which will foster success in school.

Director’s Entry Level Training Course

153 Lessons $20.00

20 clock hours
The Director’s Entry Level Training Course (DELT). This is a 20 hour course introducing you to the responsibilities and duties of being a child care director. It will also assist you in becoming an efficient and effective leader.

E-3 Dimensions of Quality Online

11 Lessons $30.00

5 clock hours
Take a look at this snapshot of the 2015 ECERS3 Conference. This Course includes the video recorded during the main presentation and all four breakout sessions. This course is designed for students who were unable to attend the conference, or for those who attended and would like the ability to access and review the conference materials.

Encouraging Peer Interactions in Preschool

18 Lessons $20.00

3 clock hours
This course will provide participants with strategies for supporting the development of peer interactions in the preschool classroom. It will also provide ways for teachers to help children learn anger management skills and problem solving skills.

Entry Level Child Care Training

217 Lessons $20.00

20 clock hours
This course is one in a series of training courses available to caregivers of young children. As you participate in these courses you will become part of a program designed to build strong child care professionals.

Family Child Care Home Entry Level Training

170 Lessons $20.00

20 clock hours
This course is designed to give you a broad overview of how to operate a child care business out of your home. It will also provide tools and resources on different topics to expand your knowledge of child care.

Homelessness and Young Children: Dealing with Trauma

14 Lessons $20.00

3 clock hours
This course will help participants to define homelessness according to the McKinney-Vento definition and to discover how being homeless affects the child’s health and development. Participants will also be provided guidance strategies to support young children experiencing homelessness.

Homelessness and Young Children: Education and Services

13 Lessons $20.00

3 clock hours
This course is for administrators of early childhood centers. It will provide them with information and best practices to facilitate collaboration between child care programs and community organizations to increase the provision of services to families with young children experiencing homelessness.

Literacy In Action: Alphabet Knowledge

19 Lessons $25.00

4 clock hours
When alphabet knowledge is embedded into everyday instruction, children will be able to name and write alphabet letters, recognize letter symbols in print, and know that letters have sounds. Laying this foundation will ensure that children will have the necessary literacy skills to build upon for future reading success.

Literacy in Action: Creating Literacy Rich Environments

24 Lessons

4 clock hours
A literacy-rich environment is an environment that emphasizes the importance of language and literacy (language, print awareness, alphabet knowledge, writing, and phonological awareness) in the learning of all students and is embedded throughout the entire classroom. A literacy-rich environment is an environment in which appropriate materials have been selected in order to facilitate language and literacy opportunities for children.

Literacy in Action: Developmental Writing

14 Lessons $25.00

4 clock hours
Teachers play a critical role in emergent writing. This class will explore the essential components of developmental writing as well as interactive strategies that promote positive experiences with writing. Participants will also learn ways to incorporate daily writing experiences throughout the preschool classroom.

Literacy In Action: Learning to Read through the Environment

27 Lessons $25.00

4 clock hours
Concepts of print refers to children’s knowledge of the functions of print and how print works. In order to understand how print works children should be exposed to print concepts on a daily basis. Print concepts can be used with all age groups.

Literacy In Action: Shared Reading

27 Lessons $25.00

4 clock hours
Shared reading is a classroom strategy in which a teacher reads a book with enlarged print and encourages children to read along on parts they can remember or predict. Shared reading models the reading process and draws children’s attention to print concepts and letter knowledge.

Out-of-School Time Entry Level Training (OST-ELT)

106 Lessons
$20.00

20 clock hours
This course is designed to give you a broad overview of how to provide quality care to school-age children. It will also provide tools and resources on different topics to expand your knowledge of out-of-school time care. The course will include quizzes to check your understanding of the material. These quizzes allow you to see the areas in which you are knowledgeable. They also show you areas for improvement. Please read the questions carefully and select the best answer. At the end of each unit, there is a test that covers content from all of the lessons in the unit.

Positive Guidance: Helping Children Learn Self-Discipline

13 Lessons $20.00

3 clock hours
This course will provide participants with knowledge on a relationship-based approach to prevent and manage challenging behavior more effectively, creating a more enjoyable learning environment. The goal of positive guidance is to develop children’s self-control, encourage children to assume responsibility, and assist children in making thoughtful decisions.

Reducing the Risk of SIDS/SUID in Child Care

28 Lessons
$20.00

3 clock hours
This course will prepare child care providers to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and Sudden Unexplained Infant Death (SUID) in family home, group home, and child care center settings by using safe sleep practices recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics and Oklahoma child care licensing. It will also help them create a written policy on implementing safe sleep practices in the program that they can share and model with the families they serve. *This training meets the Child Care Services-Licensing requirement for safe sleep training.

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