Dr. Rachel Moon, an expert on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), presents the updated 2016 American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Task Force recommendations that relate to safe sleep practices in early childhood education (ECE) programs. CCHC can explore this webinar to learn current practices to support safe sleep environments. Learn about the research behind the recommendations, tips for sleep wear, sleeping areas, sitting devices, and more.
This webinar provides strategies for program leaders and education managers to help improve teacher-child interactions. Viewers will explore how to compile, disaggregate, and share CLASS™ data.
This webinar promotes meaningful data dialogues by keeping interactions real, learning-focused, and child-centered. It includes practical ideas to use data in meaningful dialogue, a three-step model to guide data-driven inquiry, and strategies for using child outcome information.
Watch this webinar to explore how Excel 2007/2010 can be used as a powerful tool. Learn how to use the software to forecast, manage, predict, and display information. Get step-by-step instructions on creating spreadsheets using basic formulas.
Learn how staff can monitor individual children and classrooms to ensure that children are making adequate progress toward school readiness.
Learn strategies to improve the quality of instructional interactions. These include exploring the connections between Instructional Support (IS), Regard for Student Perspectives (RSP), and Instructional Learning Formats (ILF). Also, find professional development resources to help improve teacher interactions with children.
Use the hands-on activities in this webinar to "unpack" the NCQTL in-service suite box set. An orientation to key resources and AIAN supplemental materials also are provided.
Children are born curious about the world around them; they are natural scientists. But for many teachers, understanding how to engage children in scientific inquiry requires more experience and ongoing practice. This webinar focuses on using the scientific method to support children’s cognitive and language development, and discusses how education managers can support teachers to infuse science throughout the day.
Learn how to evaluate the needs and strengths of each child and provide them with individualized support. This webinar provides teachers strategies for providing individualized support, and action plans for when and what to teach.
Scaffolding is providing children with just the right level of support to help them successfully complete a task. This webinar shares three main scaffolding strategies. Learn to provide hints, offer a range of answers, and encourage children to use additional resources.