Part 1 - Thursday, August 5, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Child Development 101: Where It ALL Begins!
When working with young children, it is important to be
knowledgeable in all stages of child development. We will examine these
stages of child development and the changing needs of children from
birth to five-years-old. We will focus on your role in designing a program
that supports each unique stage of development.
Part 2 - Thursday, August 12, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Designing Curriculum That Promotes Warm, Loving Learning Experiences for Infants and Toddlers
What is an infant toddler curriculum? How do we know we are meeting
the individuals needs of infants and toddlers? Join us to explore how
teachers and caregivers can create responsive learning opportunities into
practice that offer nurturing daily routines and meaningful experiences
that meet children's strengths, interests, and needs. We will examine the
infant and toddler Early Learning Guidelines and their connection to
developmentally appropriate curriculum design.
Modality - Age: C, FG - IT
Training Categories: OCFS (1, 3) CBK (1, 4)
Trainers: Carmelita Bota & Dana Doyle, CCCW
Cost: $15 CCCW members/$20 non-members
MODALITY KEY: C=Center FG=Family/Group Family IT=Infant/Toddler PS=Preschool SA=School Age P=Parents ALL=All Modalities/Ages
OCFS TOPIC AREAS KEY: 1=Childhood Development 2=Nutrition and Health 3=Program Development 4=Safety & Security 5=Business 6=Child Abuse ID & Prevention 7=Statutes and Regulations Pertaining to Child Care 8=Statutes and Regulations Pertaining to Child Abuse 9=Shaken Baby Syndrome
CBK COMPETENCY AREAS KEY: 1=Child Growth & Development 2=Family & Community Relationships 3=Observations & Assessments 4=Environment & Curriculum 5=Health,