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Professional Development

Amidst this evolving situation with the spread of the coronavirus in this country, we must work 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:

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ChildPlus Learning Library

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If you are able, please access ChildPlus Learning Library
  • Over 200 Training Videos
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Send me a weekly email: rblanton@sharesc.org to let me know which training video you completed.

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  • Select Login
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  • At top of screen click on Learning Level or Position
  • Select any video to watch

04/01/20

Inform you that ProSolutions Training is offering the following 2 free courses as part of our online training partnership:
  • Handwashing: Clean Hands = Better Health!
  • Just Breathe: Dealing with Stress
  • Click Here to go to our portal: enter by state, select ECE, and type the course in the search bar.

Professional Development / Training

Early educators receive CEU credits for CDC's FREE, 1-hour, training on monitoring children's developmental milestones. CDC's "Learn the Signs. Act Early." program offers Watch Me! training to support early care and education providers in their work with families on early development and in connecting families to services and support that can make a real difference. Take the training by visiting www.cdc.gov/WatchMeTraining.

Week of the Young Child Webinars

Ready for some (truly fun) professional development? KInderMusic is partnering with the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) to support Week of the Young Child April 11-17! The now all-virtual celebration is still must-watch and completely FREE. 3 Mini Webinars for Educators and Advocates

We are thrilled to present three mini webinars that highlight best practices you (and your families!) can use wherever you are now, and wherever you'll be in the future. Join us for these thought-provoking and practical strategies that make connection and learning a success via virtual sessions, in the classroom, or in the home.

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COVID-19: Resources for Families and Educators Safety. Connection. Problem-Solving

Conscious Discipline is an evidence-based, trauma-informed approach. It is recognized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration's (SAMHSA's) National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP), and received high ratings in 8 of 10 categories in a Harvard analysis of the nation's top 25 social-emotional learning programs. The Harvard study's authors say, "Conscious Discipline provides an array of behavior management strategies and classroom structures that teachers can use to turn everyday situations into learning opportunities." Visit the Website