This course is one of twelve courses that together comprise a 120-hour package of coursework designed for acquiring a new Family Child Care CDA Credential. Each course includes 10 hours of content. Courses are labeled “CDA Credential - Family Child Care, Part 1” through “CDA Credential - Family Child Care, Part 12” and may be completed in any order. This course focuses on topics related to CDA Subject Area 3, Supporting Children's Social and Emotional Development.
Course created on January 10, 2020
Course Type: Video
CEUs/Hours Offered: AK/10.0; AL/10.0; AR PDR/10.0; AZ Registry/10.0; CA Registry/10.0; CO/10.0; CT/10.0; DC PDIS/10.0 Social Emotional Development; DE/10.0; FL/10.0; GaPDS-ASO/10.0; HI/10.0; IA Registry/10.0; IACET/1.0; ID Stars/10.0; IL Gateways/10.0 B345755; IN/10.0; KS/10.0; MA/10.0; ME/10.0; MI Registry/10.0; MO Open/10.0; NE/10.0; NH/10.0; NJCCIS/10.0; NV Registry/10.0; NY/10.0; OH/10.0; OK Registry/10.0; OR/10.0; PA Keys/10.0; SD/10.0; TX/10.0; UT/10.0; VA/10.0; VT NLCCV/10.0; WA STARS/10.0; WI Registry/10.0; WY Stars/10.0
- Participants will be able to explain the importance of and how to create a positive climate in an early childhood setting.
- Participants will be able to explain why young children engage in challenging behavior.
- Participants will be able to describe how to support young children’s social-emotional literacy.
|0-60 Minutes||Positive Climates; Caitlin Frazier, MS|
|60-120 Minutes||Critical Skills to Teach First - Part 1; Liz Moore, MEd|
|120-180 Minutes||Critical Skills to Teach First - Part 2; Liz Moore, MEd|
|180-240 Minutes||Trouble with Transitions? 5 Essential Ways to Prevent Challenging Behavior; Barb O'Neill, MEd, EdD|
|240-300 Minutes||Understanding Yourself and the Child's Challenging Behavior: Part 1: Nothing I Do Works!; Barbara Kaiser, MA|
|300-360 Minutes||Prevention is the Best Intervention: Part 2: Nothing I Do Works!; Barbara Kaiser, MA|
|360-420 Minutes||Responding Effectively to Challenging Behavior: Part 3: Nothing I Do Works!; Barbara Kaiser, MA|
|420-480 Minutes||Supporting Young Children's Social-Emotional Literacy - Part 1; Pamelazita Buschbacher, EdD, CCC-SLP|
|480-540 Minutes||Supporting Young Children's Social-Emotional Literacy - Part 2; Pamelazita Buschbacher, EdD, CCC-SLP|
|540-600 Minutes||Children Are Not Racial Categories; Francis Wardle, BS, MS, PhD|
Caitlin Frazier has been a dedicated early learning advocate for over a decade. In addition to being a lifelong learner, Caitlin holds a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education & a Master of Science in Educational Administration. Caitlin has served young learners from New York to California as an administrator, teacher, researcher and consultant in university, public, and private school settings. These experiences have always motivated Caitlin to help high quality early learning become more modern, simple, and accessible. With this mission at the forefront, Caitlin deeply enjoys working with school staff of all levels in order to help them reach their greatest potential in supporting our littlest learners.
Liz Moore, M.Ed, works as a Program Coordinator with the Oklahoma Autism Center and the University of Oklahoma's Health Science Center. Ms. Moore is the project coordinator of Early Foundations, a training site and an inclusive school for toddlers with autism. She has over 13 years teaching experience that includes public school experience in an early childhood special education classroom. Ms. Moore is certified in Early Childhood Education, Special Education and has completed her administration coursework. Ms. Moore has extensive experience and training in autism spectrum disorders and inclusive educational practices. She provides ongoing training and technical assistance to the public school and early intervention professionals.
Barb O’Neill is a speaker, trainer, consultant, and online course creator. She is the founder of Transform Challenging Behavior, which is a training and consulting business that helps early childhood professionals develop the confidence and skills to tackle any behavioral challenge that comes their way and set children up for success. She holds a M.Ed. in Special Education and an Ed.D. in Early Childhood Education, both from Teachers College, Columbia University. You can find her at www.transformchallengingbehavior.com and write to her with questions or feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A graduate of McGill University’s Master's Program in Educational Administration, Barbara Kaiser, MA has been working with early childhood educators, children, and their families for over 35 years. She is the co-author of Challenging Behavior in Young Children: Understanding, Preventing and Responding Effectively, 4th Edition (2017), and is presently working on a new text, The Administrator’s Role in Supporting Staff, Children, and Families When Challenging Behavior Occurs, (NAEYC), which is expected to be available early winter 2021. She has taught part-time in the Faculty of Education at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec and Acadia University in Nova Scotia.
In addition to presenting workshops and keynote speeches on the topic of challenging behavior and related issues in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, and Mauritius, Barbara was the chief consultant for Addressing Youth Violence: An Intersectoral, Integrated Approach for Western Nova Scotia, and designed a webinar series and guide to help teachers and administrators reduce and respond to bullying behavior for the Nova Scotia Department of Education. She also helped to develop teacher training video programs focused on managing children’s challenging behavior, Challenging Behaviors: Where do we begin? with Family Communications Inc. and Facing the Challenge, with Devereux Center for Resilient Children, (DCRC).
Dr. Pamelazita Buschbacher is the owner and director of PPATCHWork Children’s Therapy Services in Florida. She is a nationally and state certified speech-language pathologist and holds a doctorate in Special Education, with emphases on early childhood development and behavior disorders. She is an experienced positive behavior support (PBS) interventionist, consultant, and trainer. Her professional experience, interests, presentations, research, and publications include supporting the social, emotional, and communicative abilities of young children (ages 0-7) of all abilities in developmentally appropriate and inclusive early childhood environments.
BS, MS, PhD
Dr. Wardle has degrees from Penn State University, the University of Wisconsin, and the University of Kansas. He currently teaches for the University of Phoenix and Red Rocks Community College. Dr. Wardle has published 9 books on educational topics and over 500 articles in a variety of journals, magazines, and newspapers. His newest book, published in 2019, focuses on the struggles of boys in early childhood programs.
Liz Moore: Financial: Liz Moore received an honorarium for presenting this course. Non-financial: Liz Moore has no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.
Barb O'Neill: Financial Disclosures: Barb O'Neill was paid an honorarium for this course. Barb O'Neill is a consultant, working with schools, teachers, and families. Non-financial Disclosures: There are no non-financial relationships to disclose.<,br>
Barbara Kaiser: Financial: Barbara Kaiser received an honorarium for presenting this course. She is the author of several books on Early Childhood topics. Non-financial: Barbara Kaiser has no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.
Pam Buschbacher: Financial: Pam Buschbacher was paid an honorarium for presenting this course. Non-financial: There are no non-financial relationships to disclose.
Francis Wardle: Financial: Francis Wardle was paid an honorarium for presenting this course. Non-financial: There are no non-financial relationships to disclose.
Content Disclosure: This learning event does not focus exclusively on any specific product or service.
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