Gender Bias and Stereotypes
This course explores the development of gender identity and stereotypes. Participants will learn how and why gender stereotypes are formed and the ways in which gender stereotyping can impact a child’s psychological and social development. In addition, participants will learn strategies for promoting gender equity and equal opportunity in the classroom.
Georgia, Kentucky, Nevada, New York
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Children and DivorceRated 4.375 out of 5Course ID: CCEI950Course Hours: 1Course Level: Beginner
This course assists early childhood education staff in better understanding the effects of divorce on children. Participants will learn how they can positively impact the lives of children during this difficult time. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to define how both age and developmental stages can determine how children cope with divorce. They should also be able to list ways they can better meet the needs of children and families experiencing divorce and separation while allowing children to maintain positive feelings about themselves.
Program Leadership: Staff Retention and MotivationRated 4.27027027027 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.
Developing Leadership in Early Care and EducationRated 4.24 out of 5Course ID: ADM109Course Hours: 3Course Level: Intermediate
This course examines what it means to be a successful leader in the field of early care and education (ECE) which includes afterschool or out-of-school-time care. While there are certain universal qualities to any good leader, regardless of profession, leaders in the ECE industry face some unique challenges and responsibilities that are not covered in typical corporate leadership books and seminars.
Brain Development and Learning: What Every Early Care and Education Professional Should KnowRated 4.26865671642 out of 5Course ID: CCEI810Course Hours: 1Course Level: Beginner
This course teaches child care providers the basic parts and developmental processes in the human brain, as well as teaching practices and strategies that young brains need in order to develop to their full potential.