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Creative Block Play
Presented by Rosanne Hansel, BS, MS
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Course: #31497Level: Introductory1 Hour
Block play is essential to every child’s physical, social-emotional, and cognitive development and key in building important 21st-century skills such as initiative, persistence, creative thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration. This course will explore the benefits of block play and help teachers acquire or expand expertise in arranging the block area, selecting materials, establishing rules, and providing time for open-ended exploration. It will also identify the stages of block play as well as the components of a play-based, teacher-guided learning experience with blocks.

Screen Time & Negative Associations to Child Development
Presented by Stacey Landberg, MS, CCC-SLP
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Course: #31422Level: Introductory1 Hour
Screen-time is a buzzword in the media and in child development circles, with differing opinions, conflicting research findings, and professional biases. Today’s lecture will dispel myths and confirm reputable research findings related to the impact of technology on early child development.

Fundamentals of Human Resources: Non-Managerial Early Childhood Staff
Presented by Katie Ryan Fotiadis, MS
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Course: #31477Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course covers the basics of human resources for non-managerial employees. Participants will also receive information on employment law, discrimination, harassment, and their responsibilities in an early childhood setting.

Fundamentals of Human Resources for Early Childhood Leaders: Sexual Harassment
Presented by Katie Ryan Fotiadis, MS
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Course: #31476Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course will cover the basics of sexual harassment. Participants will also receive information on employment law and their responsibilities to comply as members of early childhood leadership.

Fundamentals of Human Resources for Early Childhood Leaders: Diversity and Inclusion
Presented by Katie Ryan Fotiadis, MS
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Course: #31472Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course is designed to help participants learn about what diversity and inclusion mean to their organization and why they should care. The concept of diversity goes beyond encompassing aspects of individual uniqueness. We will focus on the organization’s most valuable resource, its human capital, as well as explore the legal ramifications that early childhood administrators must know.

Fundamentals of Human Resources for Early Childhood Leaders: Hostile Work Environment
Presented by Katie Ryan Fotiadis, MS
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Course: #31475Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course covers the basics of hostile work environments. Participants will also receive information on employment law and their responsibilities to comply as members of leadership.

Fundamentals of Human Resources for Early Childhood Leaders: Employment Law Overview
Presented by Katie Ryan Fotiadis, MS
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Course: #31471Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course covers the basics of employment-related laws including diversity, inclusion, workplace harassment, sexual harassment, and prohibited retaliation. Participants will also receive information on employment law and their responsibilities to comply as members of early childhood leadership.

Writing Effective Lesson Plans for Early Childhood Classrooms
Presented by Amber Tankersley, PhD
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Course: #31468Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Written lesson plans serve a variety of functions in early childhood classrooms and programs. This course will provide a step-by-step method for writing effective lesson plans.

Understanding Temperament: Strengths and Strategies for Relationship-Based Teaching
Presented by Karen Deerwester, EdS
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Course: #31461Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Understanding different temperament styles helps teachers create an optimal learning environment for their students and individualize teaching for optimal effectiveness. This course makes "goodness of fit" achievable in all early childhood classrooms with awareness, acceptance and social-emotional skills.

Increasing Motivation and Participation of Young Children
Presented by Amy Schlessman, BS, MPT, DPT, DHS
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Course: #31464Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course provides learners with information on how to motivate young children and provide effective praise. Strategies to enhance motivation will be provided along with many resources for developing a participation tool kit.

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