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CCR&R Online Training


Each training segment will include multiple sources of information, activities, and an online discussion forum. You may access and complete ANY of the posted modules at any time.

Participants have up to two weeks to complete their on-line participation and written assignments for each module and can earn two hours of training credit per module. Once the module is successfully completed, a training will be awarded inn ECE TRIS within 10 buisness days.

Accessing Parental Resources On The Internet

Join us as we explore curriculum in early childhood settings. We will take a look at what curriculum means and what early childhood professionals should do while working with children.
Presented by: Amy Hood
Developed by: Sherri Meyer and Heather Alms
Target Audience: General
CORE Content: Family and Community Partnerships
CDA Subject Area: 4
Training Level: 2

Appreciating Art With Children
This training will have you taking a field trip to explore the world of art from the National Art Museum in Washington, DC to evaluating your own art experiences that you share with children. Through this online  training, you will take away a new appreciation for art as well as new ideas to enjoy and try with children.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Developed by: Sherri Meyer
Target Audience: General
Core Content: Learning Environments & Curriculum
CDA Subject Area: 2
Training Level: 3

Being Prepared For Emergencies
Join the online independent learning session and explore ways to identify how well prepared your program is for emergencies. Discussion will be conducted regarding the materials and records you need in order to be prepared for emergencies.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Target Audience: General
Core Content: Program Management & Evaluation.
CDA Subject Area: 5.
Training Level: 3

Creative Arts
Join us for an online independent study and gain insight into your own views and appreciation of creative arts. Participants will identify and review useful resources, and create and evaluate creative arts opportunities for young children.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Developed by: Dr. Connie Jo Smith
Target Audience: Preschool
Core Content: Learning Environments & Curriculum
CDA Subject Area: 2
Training Level: 2

Embracing Diversity
Families are children's first teachers and have the primary responsibility for their child's growth and development. Because families are so diverse these days, it's imperative that we embrace diversity in our programs. This session will help participants evaluate their programs to ensure that family values are respected and reflected in their program and that families are supported through every day practices.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Developed by: Jill Norris
Target Audience: General
Core Content: Child Growth & Development
CDA Subject Area: 8
Training Level: 3

Evaluating Your Services For Children & Families
How do we know if we're meeting the needs of children and families in our programs? Do we need to improve our services? Are our children and families satisfied and happy with the services we provide to them? This session will look at ways of finding out the answers to these and other related questions. We will look at nationally recognized program evaluation tools and how they can be used in our programs to evaluate our services.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Target Audience: Infant/Toddler
Core Content: Child Growth & Development
CDA Subject Area: 3
Training Level: 2

Health, Safety, And Nutrition
Participants in this online independent study will identify best practices to be used in early care and education settings related to the needs of infant/toddler health, safety, and nutrition.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Target Audience: General
Core Content: Health, Safety & Nutrition
CDA Subject Area: 1
Training Level: 2

Helping Preschool Children Grow Their Vocabulary
Do you know what materials encourage vocabulary development for young children? Do you know that three year olds should know about 1000 words? Do you know that first grade children from high income families know more than twice the number of words as children from low income families? Join us for an online  independent study on Helping Preschool Children Grow Their Vocabulary.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Developed by: Dr. Connie Jo Smith
Target Audience: Preschool
Core Content: Learning Environments & Curriculum
CDA Subject Area: 2
Training Level: 2

Infant & Toddler Development
Join us for an online independent study on Infant & Toddler Development and gain an even better understanding of how important the early experiences are as children as grow and develop. Participants will examine the overall development of infants and toddlers, review developmental milestones, and examine developmentally appropriate practices. It's easy!
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Target Audience: General
Core Content: Child Growth & Development
CDA Subject Area: 8
Training Level: 2

Language And Literacy
Join the online independent learning session on language and literacy. Participants will explore the benefits, challenges, and strategies for facilitating language and literacy development in young children.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Developed by: Dr. Connie Jo Smith
Target Audience: Preschool
Core Content: Child Growth & Development
CDA Subject Area: 3
Training Level: 3

Managing Behaviors In The Infant-Toddler Classroom
Participants will explore the behaviors of infants and toddler and examine strategies for working appropriately with children and families.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Target Audience: Infant/Toddler
Core Content: Child Growth and Development
CDA Subject Area: 3
Training Level: 2

Physical Health And Development
Participants will increase their knowledge of physical and health development for young children, identify and evaluate resources, and plan and evaluate supportive opportunities for young children.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Developed by: Dr. Connie Jo Smith
Target Audience: General
Core Content: Health, Safety, Nutrition
CDA Subject Area:1
Training Level: 2

Preschool Science & Math
Participants will investigate the advantages, challenges, and approaches for supporting mathematics and science skill development in young children.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Developed by: Dr. Connie Jo Smith
Target Audience: Preschool
Core Content: Child
Growth & Development
CDA Subject Area: 3
Training Level: 2

Relationships With Families
Join the online independent learning session on understanding and building positive relationships with families. Participants will explore the benefits, challenges, and strategies of family structures and working with families in order to build strong relationships.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Target Audience: General
Core Content: Family and Community Partnerships
CDA Subject Area: 4
Training Level: 3

Science And School-Agers
Join us for an online independent study on science which will allow you to explore the world of science with school age children. Participants will explore the importance of science and discover how easy it can be to plan and implement science activities with school age children. Participants will also conduct their own experiments and share their results.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Developed by: Sherri Meyer
Target Audience:School Age
Core Content: Learning Environments & Curriculum
CDA Subject Area: 8
Training Level: 3

Social Emotional Development Of Preschoolers
Enhance your understanding of social and emotional development, become familiar with appropriate resources available, discover classroom activities, and recognize methods to support young children and their families.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Developed by: Dr. Connie Smith
Target Audience:Preschool
Core Content: Child Growth & Development
CDA Subject Area: 3
Training Level: 5

Stress Less
Join this online independent learning session and explore ways to identify and handle the stress you encounter in your daily life.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Developed by: Jill Norris
Target Audience: Preschool
Core Content: Professionalism
CDA Subject Area:6
Training Level: 3

Understanding Prenatal Development
By participating in this online independent study, participants will be provided with information and directions that teach us the importance of health and well-being of an expectant family on prenatal development. This session is appropriate for any staff person, caregiver or administrator as this information impacts all children and families we serve.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Target Audience:General
Core Content: Child Growth & Development
CDA Subject Area: 8
Training Level: 2

The Value Of Play
Join us for an online independent study on The Value of Play and gain an even better understanding of how important play is for children as they grow and develop.
Presented by: Dr. Amy Hood
Developed by: Dr. Connie Jo Smith
Target Audience: Preschool
Core Content: Learning Environments & Curriculum
CDA Subject Area: 8
Training Level: 3

 





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