child development classes
THE INDUSTRY LEADER FOR ONLINE
THE INDUSTRY LEADER FOR ONLINE
(1 Course Hour = .1 CEU)
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La disciplina excluyente se refiere a las prácticas comunes en la educación infantil temprana, como sacar a los niños de sus aulas, enviarlos a casa antes de tiempo, la suspensión y la expulsión. Este curso explorará la naturaleza perjudicial de estas prácticas y analizará cómo la disciplina excluyente afecta a diferentes poblaciones de estudiantes. El curso también identificará las estrategias que los profesionales de la primera infancia pueden adoptar para reducir la incidencia de la disciplina excluyente en los entornos de aprendizaje temprano.
Exclusionary discipline refers to common practices in early childhood education, such as removing children from their classrooms, sending them home from school early, suspension, and expulsion. This course will explore the harmful nature of these practices and explore how exclusionary discipline impacts different populations of students. The course will also identify strategies early childhood professionals can take to reduce the incidence of exclusionary discipline within early learning environments.
This course provides an overview of current homework research, best practices, systems, and tools to consider using to support school-age (5-to-14 year-old) children working on homework assignments in an afterschool or out-of-school-time setting.
This course presents recommended strategies and practices for easing different types of transitions in the school-age care environment. This includes transitions from one setting or activity to another as well as life’s many other transitions, some of which arise unexpectedly. The cognitive and social-emotional skills required for successful classroom transitions are surprisingly similar to those required for making healthy, positive transitions through life’s many changes and surprises.
This course explores the developmental impacts of different types of family trauma, from parent incarceration, family separation and military deployment, to domestic violence, addiction, and loss of a loved one. Participants will learn ways, based on current brain research, to structure support for children and families who have experienced trauma. Specific classroom strategies and parent resources are also provided.
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You have three options for purchasing child development classes online
Students may purchase one hour of child care online coursework or multiple hours at a time.
For $99, a child care professional can purchase an Individual Annual Professional Development Subscription. The subscription allows unlimited access to CCEI’s professional development course catalog for the year of the subscription.