The School-Age Child Care Environment: General Guidelines for a High-Quality Out-of-School Program
This course presents basic recommendations for designing and maintaining a safe, healthy, productive learning environment for school-age children. The course is intended primarily for childcare professionals who care for school-age
children in an afterschool setting but is also relevant and helpful for anyone who works with children in grade K and up.
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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.
Oral Health in Early ChildhoodRated 4.4025974026 out of 5Course ID: CCEI116ACourse Hours: 1Course Level: Beginner
This course addresses the importance of early and consistent oral health care for young children. Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to identify the causes and characteristics of dental decay, as well as strategies for promoting good oral hygiene in the classroom and home environments.
Principles from the NAEYC Code of Ethical ConductRated 4.32911392405 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.
How Children LearnRated 4.32307692308 out of 5Course ID: CCEI3014Course Hours: 1Course Level: Beginner
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to define the four domains in which learning and development occur, identify Piaget’s stages of cognitive development, explain how children learn through the observation of models, and identify additional common learning theories and teaching strategies based on research into brain development.