Addressing Homelessness: The Role of the Early Childhood Educator
This course provides participants with an understanding of their role in supporting children and families who experience homelessness. The course explores the prevalence of homelessness as well as its causes and impacts on the developing child. Participants will discover ways they can promote positive outcomes for those who are affected by homelessness through a variety of policies and classroom practices.
Georgia, Kentucky, Nevada, New York
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Technology and Social Media Policy in the Early Care and Education EnvironmentRated 4.25 out of 5Course ID: ADM110Course Hours: 4Course Level: Intermediate
This course examines the impact of digital technologies, the Internet, and social media on the early care and education environment and offers recommended strategies and best practices for using various technological tools. Program policies are a central focus of the comprehensive course, with emphasis on crafting policies that best promote effective, high-quality care.
Launching Learning Centers in Your ClassroomRated 4.25531914894 out of 5Course ID: CCEI450ACourse Hours: 1Course Level: Beginner
This course examines the process of establishing and enhancing learning centers in an early childhood education setting. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to list common learning centers found in an early childhood classroom and identify the requirements for evaluating and adjusting each classroom center to ensure the appropriateness for young children.
Creating a Multicultural EnvironmentRated 4.23668639053 out of 5Course ID: CCEI640Course Hours: 1Course Level: Beginner
This course explains multiculturalism and anti-bias education. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to define the goals of multiculturalism, develop an anti-bias classroom, incorporate multiculturalism into learning centers and other classroom activities, and promote cooperative social skills in diverse classrooms.
Principles from the NAEYC Code of Ethical ConductRated 4.27659574468 out of 5Course ID: CCEI059TCourse Hours: 1Course Level: Beginner
This course gives participants the opportunity to explore the principles behind NAEYC’s Code of Ethical Conduct and Statement of Commitment and the need for such a document in the early childhood profession. As a result of participating in this course, students should be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct; ways to apply the Code of Ethical Conduct to problem solve ethical early childhood-related issues or dilemmas, and ways to employ the Code of Ethical Conduct to validate professional standards for children, families, staff, community, and themselves.
Erin RISING SUN, MD –
I enjoyed this class.
Kellee BUTTE, MT –
Very good course
Raechel Anne SANTA CLARA, CA –
Very helpful topics and situations to be used in real life scenarios
Alberta ALEXANDRIA, VA –
Marcia GASTONIA, NC –
Excellent course. I learned so much about homelessness that I did not know.
Denise COWETA, OK –
very interesting course
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Randy NOBLE, OK –
Thank you for this valuable training.
Kimony CEDAR HILL, TX –
Rebecca LAVONIA, GA –
I always enjoy taking CCEI courses.
Katrina SAGINAW, MI –
everything on here is great for my CDA
Lucero HAMDEN, CT –
Great Training. I learned so much from it. Thank you!
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Arlene SPARKS, NV –
your website is my go to for online classes – very user friendly
Louise CHAMBERLAIN, SD –
Ashli BARNHART, MO –
Very helpful information
Karlee HILLSBORO, MO –
very good learned a lot on how to interact with others that are homeless
Kimberly FESTUS, MO –
Loved this course
Linda ST CLAIR, MO –
I learned a lot in this course.
Anthernett MARIETTA, GA –
Sherita CLINTON, MD –
Great course on Homelessness. I learned a lot from this course.
Maria LEANDER, TX –
It will give a good information, and I learned other things I didn’t know
Thenora AUSTIN, TX –
CONTENT WAS VERY HELPFUL.
Megan BINGHAMTON, NY –
I really liked this course. I liked the list of ideas for Teachers to have on hand.
The Reflective Practice and the insights on Early Childhood Trauma via Homelessness.
Angela BALTIMORE, MD –
I found this course to be very interesting I loved the various scenarios in this topic. It helped me to retain content, develop association by using different approaches. Also I learned a lot of information about Homelessness in the United States..
Lisa COLUMBUS, OH –
I had know idea that so many children experience homelessness. I learned a lot from the training
King CHICAGO, IL –
Thank you for this! I have been waiting to take this training.
iris HARTFORD, CT –
The training was well organized and easy to followed.
Breanna WICHITA, KS –
These course topics, information and the current quarantine encourages me to stay in the teaching field. I have empathy and a desire to positively impact my community without being in the front lines of an epidemic or pandemic. I was considering nursing. Teaching is looking pretty good right now.
Carole LAKEWOOD, CO –
Barbara CONYERS, GA –
I have enjoyed taking these courses.
LaShonda DALLAS, TX –
this course was very informative i learned something new
Angie TALLAHASSEE, FL –
Very good courses
Joyce JACKSONVILLE, FL –
great class! 😉
Natasha CHARLOTTE, NC –
Please keep providing great courses
Frances PINE BLUFF, AR –
Kyrah PINE BLUFF, AR –
100% good course
Kimberly POWDER SPRINGS, GA –
A great course with valuable information.
Wanda FAYETTEVILLE, NC –