Child Care Resources, Inc.
Upcoming Events
A+ Supervision - ON DEMAND WEBINAR - 12/1/2018 9:00 AM - 3/31/2019 11:45 PM
On Demand *accessible at any time through computer or mobile device - *A Google account/email address is required Did you know that with appropriate supervision, most accident and incidents that occur in child care programs can be avoided? In this online/On Demand session participants will learn to recognize common situations that pose risks to children, and will learn proactive measures to ensure safety in child care programs through appropriate supervision practices. *A Google account/email address is required
Are Your Children in Times Square? Moving from Sensory Overload to Sensory Engagement - ON DEMAND WEBINAR - 12/1/2018 9:00 AM - 3/31/2019 11:45 PM
On Demand *accessible at any time through computer or mobile device - *A Google account/email address is required This module is designed to help participants understand the impact of sensory overload, especially with the element of light, and to offer strategies and ideas about moving children's spaces from sensory overload to sensory engagement. Participants will learn the difference between lighting and illumination, conduct a lighting assessment of their classroom, and will learn how to enhance classroom mood by adding illumination to the environment.
Belonging: Including Children of Gay and Lesbian Parents-and All Children-in Your Program -ON DEMAND WEBINAR - 12/1/2018 9:00 AM - 3/31/2019 11:45 PM
On Demand *accessible at any time through computer or mobile device - *A Google account/email address is required Today's families are diverse. They come in all sizes and in many configurations. As early childhood educators, this diversity challenges us to be more accepting, more responsive, and more respectful in our relationships with young children and with their families. This module is intended to address the topic of creating a sense of belonging for all families, including gay and lesbian families
Breastmilk: The Perfect Baby Food - ON DEMAND WEBINAR - 12/1/2018 9:00 AM - 3/31/2019 11:45 PM
On Demand *accessible at any time through computer or mobile device - *A Google account/email address is required With recent updated rules and regulations regarding breastfeeding in child care centers, educating ourselves about breastfeeding is crucial. This session will describe how the feeding of infants has changed over the last 3 generations, the impact that breastfeeding (or the lack of) has on childhood obesity and other childhood health concerns, and how child care centers can promote, encourage and support breastfeeding within the walls of the childcare facility
Bullying: Today’s Mean Scene - ON DEMAND WEBINAR - 12/1/2018 9:00 AM - 3/31/2019 11:45 PM
On Demand *accessible at any time through computer or mobile device - *A Google account/email address is required This self-paced webinar will give child care professionals a baseline knowledge of the current types and trends in bullying. Red flags and warning signs that may put a child at risk for being bullied and best practices for prevention and intervention will be discussed.
Conversation: The Common Thread in Our Work - ON DEMAND WEBINAR - 10/1/2018 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
On Demand *accessible at any time through computer or mobile device - *A Google account/email address is required Did you know that with appropriate supervision, most accident and incidents that occur in child care programs can be avoided? In this online/On Demand session participants will learn to recognize common situations that pose risks to children, and will learn proactive measures to ensure safety in child care programs through appropriate supervision practices. *A Google account/email address is required
Fathers and Father Figures - ON DEMAND WEBINAR - 12/1/2018 9:00 AM - 3/31/2019 11:45 PM
On Demand *accessible at any time through computer or mobile device - *A Google account/email address is required What has remained constant over time is the acknowledgment that parents, both mothers and fathers, are children’s first and primary teachers. Every parent has a unique way of caring for and interacting with his or her child, with mothers and fathers typically interacting with their children in different ways. Research shows the impact of fathers and father figures on children's social and emotional development. This is the topic of this self-paced session as we think about obstacles to father involvement and discuss ways to support and encourage father involvement
Potty Time: When is the Right Time? - ON DEMAND WEBINAR - 12/1/2018 9:00 AM - 3/31/2019
On Demand *accessible at any time through computer or mobile device - *A Google account/email address is required In this training session, participants will learn to look for the cues that signal toilet training readiness in toddlers. Learn what to do when toileting accidents occur and learn how to work with parents throughout the toilet training process.
Primary Caregiving - ON DEMAND WEBINAR - 12/1/2018 9:00 AM - 3/31/2019 11:45 PM
On Demand *accessible at any time through computer or mobile device - *A Google account/email address is required The security of a child’s attachment to primary caregivers provides a base for the child’s emotional - social development. Learn how to understand the benefits of using primary caregiving techniques in the child care center and learn how to implement a primary caregiving system in your classroom. *A Google account/email address is required
Zoning in on Behavior Prevention: It’s All in the Attitude! - ON DEMAND WEBINAR - 12/1/2018 9:00 AM - 3/31/2019 11:45 PM
On Demand *accessible at any time through computer or mobile device - *A Google account/email address is required If you have many children with challenging behaviors, or seem to be dealing constantly with such behaviors, chances are that there is a problem with your “program”, not with the children. You will probably need to change aspects of your program; that is, the physical environment of the classroom, your schedule and curriculum, and your own attitudes, actions, and reactions, These are prevention strategies (or indirect guidance), which are your most powerful tools for changing challenging behaviors. Once you have made these changes, children who come into your class with intense emotional needs that they usually express through negative behaviors, will have almost no need to do so. This session will focus on those attitudes, actions, and rea