Find out how teachers can promote children’s learning outcomes during routine indoor and outdoor activities.
Effective, nurturing, and responsive teaching practices and interactions are key for all learning in early childhood settings. They foster trust and emotional security; are communication and language rich; and promote critical thinking and problem-solving.
Discover features of the physical and social classroom environment that can maximize young children's engagement and learning. Learn to assess your physical space, strategize changes, and match classroom content to learning goals and interests. The webinar also explores how to intentionally group children.
News You Can Use: Developmentally Appropriate Practice
Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP) is a term often used when talking about young children, but what does it really mean? This edition of News You Can Use explores the meaning behind DAP and working with infants and toddlers. Head Start, Early Head Start, and Migrant and Seasonal Head Start programs will find the real-life scenarios informative, and will enjoy a closer look at the foundational role relationships play in DAP.
This webinar offers preventative teaching strategies for children's challenging behaviors.
This webinar addresses why children might engage in challenging behaviors.
Learn how to support children and teachers through daily classroom transitions.
This webinar reviews "emotional regulation," how to help children calm down after a strong emotional moment, and strategies teachers can use to help them through those big emotions.
Find out how to teach problem-solving skills to children in the moment.