Partnering with Families to Prevent Challenging Behaviors-Virtual Event-Live 6pm-8pm

9/13/2022 6:00 PM-8:00 PM

 

 

Participants must be employed at a child care facility such as a child care center, school age facility, or family child care home.

 

 

 Participants must have a video camera on their device and be willing to turn it on during the training to ensure active participation throughout the event.

 

 

 

 

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Course Description

 

When a child uses challenging behaviors at school, parents and teachers need to work together to address the issue. However, when discussing behavior problems parents often feel blamed by the teachers and teachers often feel unsupported by the parents. This session focuses on developing strategies and skills to make these conversations more productive for everyone…especially the child! Participants will learn how to set the stage for and successfully conduct these difficult conversations with parents. (2 DCDEE contact hours)

 

Each participant will receive 2.0 CHC for attending and completing all required coursework.


Cost
Registration is $15.00

Presenting


 

 

Melissa Maybin is the Healthy Social Behavior Specialist for Region 8 and has been in that position for 8 years. In this position, Melissa works directly with preschool teachers in their classroom. Melissa has a Bachelor of Arts in Social Science with an Education Concentration. Her training includes DECA, CSEFEL, Flip-It, Facilitation Skills, Outdoor Learning Environments, TPOT Reliability, Mindful Coaching, Improving Young Child Mental Health, and The Art and Science of Technical Assistance, among many others. 

Melissa has over 25 years experience in Early Childhood Education. She holds a Level 11 Early Educator Certificate with a TAE and PDE Endorsement. Melissa provides high quality on-site technical assistance to child care facilities throughout the western region and offers a variety of training topics for either contact hour credit or continuing education credit.  

Melissa is a member of 2 Quality teams, as well as, a partner in the Community Health Improvement Process. She collaborates with other regional partnerships and LICC teams. Also, she is part of a team that is writing and revising a training for the Healthy Social Behaviors Initiative Project, as well as other projects in this Initiative. 

 



Register
Registration open through 9/6/2022 11:59 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Location

Online

Via Zoom

Course link provided to all registered participants

 

 

Participants must have a video camera on their device and be willing to turn it on during the training to ensure active participation throughout the event.


Continuing Education
CHC: Hours - 2

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