As you know, we are in the midst of an evolving situation with the spread of the coronavirus in this country. We are all working diligently to keep parents and children calm and protected during this time of uncertainty.
Recognizing that training is very important and face-to-face training is almost impossible under current guidelines and restrictions from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and state and local government leaders, we wanted to remind you about the discounted online training available through our partnership with ProSolutions Training.
This online training is easy to access and available 24/7. Teachers can continue to meet their professional development training requirements. Please visit www.prosolutionstraining.com/seca for a list of discounted online course offerings.
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FCCERS Jan. 13, 2022 6:00pm
This session will be an overview of the Family Child Care Environment Rating Scales (FCCERS-R). This training course will discuss how the FCCERS-R measures quality and findings based on research, when to use the scales, how scoring works, and observation procedures. Participants interested in enhancing their Family Child Care learning environment are encouraged to attend.
ITERS Jan. 20, 2022 6:00pm
This session will be an overview of the Infant-Toddler Environment Rating Scales (ITERS-R). This training course will discuss how the FCCERS-R measures quality and findings based on research, when to use the scales, how scoring works, and observation procedures. Participants interested in enhancing their Infant-Toddler Child Care learning environment are encouraged to attend.
Causes of Misbehavior: Why Do They Act That Way? Feb. 3, 2022 6:00pm
Why do some children come to depend on challenging behaviors while others discover better, more effective ways to get what they want? Generally, children use negative behavior when they lack the skills that would help them meet their needs. Teachers who take time to assess the reason for misbehavior are better able to teach children new social-emotional skills. This session focuses on the common reasons that children misbehave, a crucial first step in determining how to prevent/reduce challenging behaviors.
Creating Outdoor Learning Environments for Infants and Toddlers Feb. 24, 2022 6:00pm
“Going Outside” is not just about what’s out there but what you do when you’re out there. It’s in the news almost weekly; America’s children are not getting enough exercise. This training will help participants understand the benefits of taking children outside daily and provide suggestions on how to create spaces for infants and toddlers outside that support all areas of learning and introduce them to the natural environment.
Deep Breathing: A Connection to Calm Mar. 3, 2022 6:00pm
This training is geared towards informing, assessing, and providing strategies to support the skill of deep breathing and making the connection to help children learn how to calm. Participants will assess their own responses and reactions in relation to deep breathing by creating an environment that naturally promotes this crucial skill to early social-emotional development. They will learn about the importance of and evidence-based research on why breathing with children matters. This training will provide you with the understanding of your relationship with yourself, your children, and your teaching team/s.
It's SIDS Mar. 17, 2022 6:00pm
This training developed by NC Healthy Start Foundation's ITS-SIDS will meet state requirements. During this session, we will discuss what is SIDS, and how to reduce the risk of SIDS with safe sleep practices. Safe Sleep Policy guidelines, NC Division of Child Development and Early Education licensing rule, maintenance of the proper forms, and other “Best Practice” recommendations will be reviewed.
Supporting Developmental Monitoring and Screening in Early Care and Education Setting Mar. 31, 2022
We know that monitoring and screening in early childhood early care and education settings is critical to identifying children at risk for developmental delays. What is less known is how programs use developmental monitoring and screening tools and ways caregivers talk with families about their children’s growth and development. This training will help participants understand the differences in developmental monitoring and screening and why they are so important to children and families. Participants will learn how they can track and celebrate children’s milestones and strategies for collaborating with families on supporting children’s healthy growth. You can play an essential role in our state’s early intervention efforts!