Conflict Resolution in the Early Childhood Environment
This course offers strategies and practices for addressing and resolving a wide variety of social, emotional, and behavioral conflicts likely to arise in the early childhood environment.
Georgia, Kentucky, Nevada, New York
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Technology and Social Media Policy in the Early Care and Education EnvironmentRated 4.31818181818 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.
Program Leadership: Staff Retention and MotivationRated 4.3125 out of 5Course ID: ADM112Course Hours: 2Course Level: Intermediate
Employees are much more likely to feel motivated when they are part of an organization with effective, dedicated leadership. An organization’s success begins with its leadership. But success is produced and maintained by the staff as they bring the leadership’s vision and policies to reality. As an organization’s leadership improves, so does the sense of unity and common purpose among staff members. This course discusses the role that effective leadership has on staff retention and motivation.
Indoor Safety in the Early Childhood SettingRated 4.35494880546 out of 5Course ID: CCEI110ACourse Hours: 1Course Level: Beginner
This course introduces early childhood professionals to indoor safety standards in an early childhood setting. Topics covered include toy safety, poison control, the development of appropriate play space, controlling high traffic areas in the center, and other safety standards. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to identify common indoor injuries and identify appropriate ways to prevent these injuries. Students will also learn about the basic components of toy safety, potential safety hazards with specific equipment, and ways in which children may be exposed to poisons.
Assessing Young Children: Part 2 – Methods of AssessmentRated 4.4375 out of 5Course ID: CCEI1210Course Hours: 1Course Level: Intermediate
This is the second of a three-part series dealing with the assessment of young children. Participants will examine six methods for assessing young children and discover how to successfully apply these techniques to the early childhood classroom. Upon successful completion of this course, participants should be able to list six methods for assessing young children, create a developmental checklist, conduct successful parent interviews, use self-portraits as an assessment tool, include scribbling, drawing, and writing samples in assessment practices and keep helpful anecdotal records on children.