Discuss how outdoor environments create ideal conditions for children’s social and emotional development. Hear how adults can use outdoor environments to help build social and emotional skills in children ages 3 to 5.
Explore how teachers and family child care providers can prepare learning environments and experiences for infants and toddlers that help them develop initiative and curiosity.
Continuing education units (CEUs) and contact hours are awarded for successful completion of professional development training events. Learn how to earn these credits for your early childhood education career.
In this Coaching Corner webinar, identify ways to help staff encourage children’s initiative and curiosity. Discuss ways to boost coachee and coach initiative and curiosity through reflection and feedback.
Using the 5Rs of Early Learning Leaders to Support the Development of Children’s Initiative and Curiosity
Explore the role of the early learning leader in providing education staff with resources and guidance to meaningfully follow the interests of children and encourage their natural inclination to ask questions, experiment, and explore.
Learn about the characteristics and diagnosis of Fragile X syndrome and resources to support children and families with this inherited genetic disorder.
Discover strategies to support initiative and independence in preschool-aged children by building on their eagerness to ask questions, play, and learn.
Join a discussion on the importance of cognitive self-regulation skills — often referred to as executive functioning — for infants and toddlers and learn ways to support their development.
Explore what current research says about strategies to individualize instruction for children who are dual language learners (DLLs) who also have a disability.
Conexiones webinars support the growth and development of children and their families. It is intended for teachers, family service providers, and other early childhood professionals who are Spanish speakers.