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2/27/20172/27/2017February 27, 20172:00 - 4:00 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • How to recognize post-traumatic reactions in young children.
  • Becoming familiar with the impact of trauma exposure on early learning and other key areas of functioning.
  • An introduction to how working with traumatized children in the classroom can impact teachers.
  • Where to find additional trauma-informed resources for educators and family members.


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2/23/20172/23/2017February 23, 20174:00 - 5:30 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

This presentation will provide an overview of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Act. As of October 1, 2016, the McKinney-Vento amendment enacted through ESSA: Every Student Succeeds Act is now in effect. Main themes to be discussed will be: Identification, School Stability, School Enrollment, Support for academic success, and Child-centered, best interest decision making. Beginning the educational journey in the early years and “pushing up” through high school can provide structure and help build resilience in a homeless child’s future.​ ​​

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2/21/20172/21/2017February 21, 20174:00 - 5:30 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • Young children transitioning to Kindergarten will have to understand the relationships between multiple mathematical concepts in order to solve operations, fractions, equations, and other problems.
  • This means that preschool children have to be provided with learning experiences that go beyond math activities in isolation. They need to experience play, project and problem-based learning experiences that provide the platforms children need to engage with multiple math concepts.
  • This webinar will present some strategies to support teachers as they plan for incorporating powerful math experiences that help build children’s mathematical connections and relationships within the classroom.


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2/8/20172/8/2017February 8, 20171:00 - 3:00 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • Participants will be introduced to a collaborative approach to engaging families in order to jointly support student learning and healthy development. Paramount to this work is the ability to include parents in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of family engagement efforts. This training is designed to:
  • Promote personal development
  • Improve communications, interpersonal relationships, group dynamics, team development, and inter-group relationships so that team can work effectively in cross-cultural situation.


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1/19/20172/2/2017January 19 and February 2, 20174:00 - 6:00 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • Learn how to focus observations for different purposes.
  • Consider an array of time-efficient documentation techniques and try them out in your own classroom between webinars.
  • Become more comfortable with observational assessment as the best way to assess young children's learning and progress.


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1/30/20171/30/2017January 30, 20174:00 - 5:30 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • New to engineering? What's the connection to science? Just how do young children use the practices of science and engineering to answer questions and solve problems? This engineering and science webinar will feature work and play with balls, ramps, blocks, and other materials familiar to early childhood educators.
  • Learn how you can bring engineering and physical science into your classroom and connect the experiences to the Illinois Early Learning and Development Standards.


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1/9/20171/9/2017January 9, 20171:00 - 3:00 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • During this webinar participants will review ISBE’s Family Engagement Framework, explore family engagement standards for effective practice, and discuss the 4 principles for family engagement:
  • Develop a Family Engagement System
  • Build a Welcoming and Supportive Environment
  • Enhance Communication
  • Include Parents in Decision Making


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1/11/20171/11/2017January 11, 20174:00 - 5:30 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • Need assistance writing nutrition lesson plans or educating families about healthy eating?  In this webinar you will walk away with resources for easy-to-implement nutrition ideas and activities. MyPlate and the topic of nutrition can be mystery to many, especially families. Participants will:
  • Discover simple tips and strategies to help show families how to make smart, healthful, budget-friendly food/beverage choices for their children using MyPlate as a springboard.
  • Learn to decipher nutrition labels and how to use them as a tool for teaching.


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1/23/20171/23/2017January 23, 20174:00 - 5:30 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • Investigate how the Illinois Early Learning and Development Standards can guide IEP development for preschoolers receiving early childhood special education and related services.
  • Practice using the Illinois Early Learning and Development Standards benchmarks as a starting point for developing a child's measurable annual goals on the IEP documents
  • Plan to apply a child's IEP goals and objectives in an early childhood classroom.


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1/24/20171/24/2017January 24, 2017The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • Accepted models of Pre-K English Learner services
  • Examples of screeners & assessments that accommodate Pre-K English Learner students
  • Effective ESL/Bilingual Program elements and examples which utilize Excelerate, IELDS, and WIDA Standards
  • Share available resources, such as the EL Program Framework, Training &Technical Assistance, Standards, & strategies


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3/2/20173/2/2017March 2, 20171:00 - 3:00 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Establishing and implementing a Multi-tiered System of Support framework provides the opportunity for programs to sustain evidenced based practices that improve student and teacher outcomes. Participants will receive guidance and strategies on ways to determine how to embed Multi-tiered Systems of Support into their daily practices, curriculum and assessment to meet the whole child in early learner settings.​

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2/16/20172/16/2017February 16, 20171:00 - 3:00 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • Recognizing and responding to the needs of students is what we do best as early childhood practitioners. 
  • Establishing a Multi-tiered System of Support framework as best practice increases the capacity for programs to effectively recognize, respond, monitor and document the support children and teachers need to be successful in high-quality learning environments. 
  • This webinar will provide an overview and discussion of defining a Multi-tiered System of Support framework in early learning settings. ​


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3/6/20173/13/2017March 6 and March 13, 20174:00 - 5:30 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • A research based, developmentally appropriate curriculum and assessment system work together to strengthen classroom practice and promote positive outcomes for all young learners.
  • This training will review state requirements for Student Learning Objectives and examine the purpose and intent of various assessment tools for preschool aged children.
  • Examine the new Early Childhood Attributes created specifically for the Danielson's Teacher Evaluation tool to assist administrators with evaluating Early Childhood Special Education and Blended Preschool Teachers.
  • Participants will connect authentic assessment practices and formative assessment to appropriately monitor preschool student's growth.
  • This information will assist administrators to formulate developmentally appropriate Student Learning Objectives.


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3/14/20173/14/2017March 14, 20172:00 - 4:00 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • How to respond to trauma-related issues for young children in the classroom
  • How to support regulating the emotions of children and keeping the classroom safe
  • How teacher educators can best support teachers who work with traumatized children
  • How to identify clinical interventions for trauma in young children and local resources for early childhood treatment and services


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11/30/201611/30/2016November 30, 2016The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • This presentation will provide an overview of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Act. As of October 1, 2016, the McKinney-Vento amendment enacted through ESSA: Every Student Succeeds Act is now in effect.
  • Main themes to be discussed will be:
    • Identification, School Stability, School Enrollment, Support for academic success, and Child-centered, best interest decision making.
    • Beginning the educational journey in the early years and "pushing up" through high school can provide structure and help build resilience in a homeless child's future.


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4/14/20164/14/2016April 14, 2016The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • How to recognize post-traumatic reactions in young children.
  • Becoming familiar with the impact of trauma exposure on early learning and other key areas of functioning.
  • An introduction to how working with traumatized children in the classroom can impact teachers.
  • Where to find additional trauma-informed resources for educators and family members.


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4/21/20164/21/2016April 21, 2016The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Presenters use the Head Start Parent, Family, and Community Engagement Framework as a springboard to discuss Strengths-based Attitudes and Relationship-based Practices that can build and grow relationships with families, a key to successful communication.

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4/28/20164/28/2016April 28, 2016The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • How to respond to trauma-related issues for young children in the classroom
  • How to support regulating the emotions of children and keeping the classroom safe
  • How teacher educators can best support teachers who work with traumatized children
  • How to identify clinical interventions for trauma in young children and local resources for early childhood treatment and services​​​​​​


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6/14/20176/14/2017June 14, 20179:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

In this workshop participants will be given a brief history of yoga. Specific yoga poses will be presented and participants will try them so they will be able to use them with young children. Throughout this process participants will discover the purpose of the pose and how it relates to the Illinois Early Learning and Development Standards and children's overall development (Social, Emotional, Cognitive and Physical). This is a very interactive workshop and participants will spend the majority of their time learning appropriate yoga poses. There will also be small group work, where participants will practice putting a few yoga poses together that they can begin using with children immediately. Participants are encouraged to bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable clothes.

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2/22/20172/27/2017February 22 and February 27, 20179:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
Strategies to be explored include:
  • Systems Building-including developing a program culture of family engagement.
  • Scaffolding families by assessing family needs, making community referrals, and gathering data through documentation for goal setting and leading to goal attainment and family outcomes.
Register HereWorkshopDay 1: Garden Terrace Banquets, Elk Grove Village and Day 2: Heartland Community College, Normal, IL
  
3/7/20173/9/2017March 7 and March 9, 2017The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • Collaboratively examine the role of the instructional leader as the driver of change
  • Instructional leaders learn, review and share strategies used to explore, install, implement and sustain job-embedded professional learning and development
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4/19/20174/19/2017April 19, 20179:30 - 11:30 a.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

The workshop will consist of lecture, demonstration, discussion and hands-on activities to assist participants in understanding how activities can be best integrated into early childhood settings.

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9/21/20179/21/2017September 21, 20179:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Small Wins are Big Wins! Attendees will boost their skills to achieve successful outcomes as parent educators. Attendees will learn alongside their peers about best practices in engaging families, collaboration, and building impactful relationships with families and community partners. Session will be interactive. Attendees will practice applying techniques that will support their program implementation as well as ongoing communication with families.

*Attendees are strongly encourage to attend follow-up webinar on October 23, 2017.

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10/23/201710/23/2017October 23, 20174:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
*Participants must attend September 21, 2017, workshop to participate in this follow-up webinar.
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10/30/201710/30/2017October 30, 20174:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Understand the five essential organizational supports empirically linked to improving the performance of educational settings; review definitions of the five essential supports adapted for early education settings; and identify school-wide organizational practices and systems that strengthen the five essential supports and support teachers so they can continuously improve their practice.

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2/1/20182/1/2018February 1, 20184:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

New to engineering? What's the connection to science? Just how do young children use the practices of science and engineering to answer questions and solve problems? This engineering and science webinar will feature work and play with balls, ramps, blocks, and other materials familiar to early childhood educators. Learn how you can bring engineering and physical science into your classroom and connect the experiences to the Illinois Early Learning and Development Standards.

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9/11/20179/18/20172 part webinar- September 11 and September 18, 20174:00 - 5:30 pm each dayThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Understand and connect to key research findings from the Framework for Teaching Early Learning Evaluation Project; Connect to Early Childhood planning, teaching, and professional practice examples aligned to The Framework for Teaching's 22 components and appropriate levels of performance; Link Early Childhood Planning, Observation and Reflection data examples to high-leverage early childhood evaluation practices and teacher professional growth; Create "next steps" for the early childhood teacher evaluation process.
 
*It is recommended to attend this webinar before attending Danielson Student Learning Objectives – September 25 & October 2, 2017.​

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9/20/20179/27/20172 part webinar- September 20 and September 27, 20174:00 – 6:00 pm each dayThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Describe what the IELDS are and how using them focuses on developmentally appropriate practices for preschool children; Identify the guiding principles, purposes and recommended uses of the IELDS; Determine how the IELDS were developed and how they fit into the Birth - 12 continuum; Recognize ways that the preschool benchmarks can be incorporated in every aspect of the preschool program including the environment, e.g. daily routines, meaningful play experiences, and large and small group times; Explain strategies to effectively connect the preschool benchmarks and play-based curriculum in the preschool environment; Articulate ways to involve families in understanding the IELDS and to work in partnership with families to help their child grow, develop, and learn.​

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9/25/201710/2/20172 part webinar- September 25 and October 2, 20174:00 - 5:30 pm each dayThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

A research based, developmentally appropriate curriculum and assessment system work together to strengthen classroom practice and promote positive outcomes for all young learners. This training will review state requirements for Student Learning Objectives and examine the purpose and intent of various assessment tools for preschool aged children. Examine the new Early Childhood Attributes created specifically for the Danielson's Teacher Evaluation tool to assist administrators with evaluating Early Childhood Special Education and Blended Preschool Teachers. Participants will connect authentic assessment practices and formative assessment to appropriately monitor preschool student's growth. This information will assist administrators to formulate developmentally appropriate Student Learning Objectives.
 
*It is recommended to attend Maximizing Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Evaluating Early Childhood Teachers and Accelerating Teaching- September 11 and September 18, 2017 before attending this webinar.​


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9/28/20179/28/2017Webinar- September 28, 20174:00 - 5:30 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

STEAM integrates the arts in the STEM curriculum to allow children to apply their academic skills in ways that support intellectual development, creativity, innovation, and problem solving. The interdisciplinary nature of the STEAM encourages inquiry, exploration, and critical thinking grounded in children's real world experiences.  This webinar will provide examples of STEAM in action in early childhood classrooms and show how this approach supports children in achieving Illinois Early Learning and Development Standards benchmarks.​
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10/10/201710/10/2017Webinar- October 10, 20174:00 – 6:00 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

During this webinar participants will review ISBE's Family Engagement Framework, explore family engagement standards for effective practice, and discuss the 4 principles for family engagement: Develop a Family Engagement System - Build a Welcoming and Supportive Environment - Enhance Communication - Include Parents in Decision Making
 
*It is recommended to attend this webinar before attending Building Meaningful Strategies for Family Engagement - Oct 17, 2017.​


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10/12/201710/12/2017Webinar- October 12, 20174:00 – 6:00 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

This webinar is designed for school district staff and practitioners interested in learning about early childhood expulsion and suspension, highlighting the gender and racial disparities, the current policy and legislative landscape, best practices, and how staff can implement strategies to address the problem. Participants will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the issue, including identifying the problem, existing research and statistics, and how different systems are addressing the issue, as well as be able to identify best practices around how to address early childhood expulsion and participate in advocacy on an individual client, staff, and program level. The webinar will include case and policy examples and time for interactive discussion and questions.​

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10/16/201710/17/20172-day Workshop- October 16 & 17, 20179:00 am – 3:00 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Explore the components of the Early Learning Scale Preschool Assessment system; Review the structure/components of the ELS; Discuss the domains and each of the items within the domains; Understand the assessment cycle; and practice scoring
 
Prerequisite: Participants must have already attended a research based, developmentally appropriate curriculum workshop (e.g., Creative Curriculum for Preschool or HighScope).
 
Workshop Note: Participants must have already purchased the online component of the ELS instrument or will purchase their ELS instrument as this workshop is for those programs ready to begin implementation of the ELS.​


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10/17/201710/17/2017Webinar- October 17, 20174:00 – 6:00 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Participants will be introduced to a collaborative approach to engaging families in order to jointly support student learning and healthy development.   Paramount to this work is the ability to include parents in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of family engagement efforts.  This training is designed to promote personal development, improve communications, interpersonal relationships, group dynamics, team development, and inter-group relationships so that team can work effectively in cross-cultural situation.

 
*It is recommended to attend ISBE Family Engagement Framework - Oct 10, 2017 before attending this webinar.​

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10/18/201710/18/2017Webinar- October 18, 20174:00 – 6:00 pm (with pre-assignment)The Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Have you ever asked yourself, "How can I individualize the curriculum? How can I use assessment information to guide planning? What are the state requirements for lesson planning?" If so, this webinar is for you! This training is an introductory statewide webinar that provides guidance specific to those teaching in Early Childhood Special Education, Preschool for All, and Preschool Expansion grant programs. This workshop will focus on the inter-relatedness of observation, assessment and curriculum in order to plan meaningful group and individual experiences for children. A step-by-step process with guiding questions will be modeled, so participants will have the tools they need to individualize lesson plans.​

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11/1/201711/1/2017Webinar- November 1, 20174:00 – 6:00 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Recognizing and responding to the needs of students is what we do best as early childhood practitioners. Establishing a Multi-tiered System of Supports framework as best practice increases the capacity for programs to effectively recognize, respond, monitor and document the support children and teachers need to be successful in high-quality learning environments. This webinar will provide an overview and discussion of defining a Multi-tiered System of Supports framework in early learning settings.

 
*It is recommended to attend this webinar before attending Implementing Early Childhood Multi-tiered System of Supports Best Practices - Nov 14, 2017.​


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11/2/201711/2/2017Webinar- November 2, 20174:00 – 5:30 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Defining what is mental health in early childhood?  When to seek consultation, and how to find support.​

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11/9/201711/9/2017Webinar- November 9, 20174:00 – 6:00 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

This webinar will provide you with information regarding the importance of early math skills and knowledge for young children, and an overview of the major content areas in early math.
The development of strong skills associated with this broad concept is indicative of later mathematical achievement as well as later success in school. Much of what we will cover is foundational and is used in other mathematical areas.
 
*It is recommended to attend Welcome to STEAM: Integrating Science, Technology... Sept 28, 2017 before attending this webinar.​

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11/14/201711/14/2017Webinar- November 14, 20174:00 – 6:00 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Establishing and implementing a Multi-tiered System of Supports framework provides the opportunity for programs to sustain evidenced based practices that improve student and teacher outcomes. Participants will receive guidance and strategies on ways to determine how to embed Multi-tiered System of Supports into their daily practices, curriculum and assessment to meet the whole child in early learner settings.
 
*It is recommended to attend Defining Early Childhood a Multi-tiered System of Supports Framework
- Nov 1, 2017 before attending this webinar.​


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1/11/20181/11/2018Webinar- January 11, 20184:00 – 6:00 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Illinois policy reflects the growing body of research indicating that our youngest English learners (ELs) benefit from language programming in preschool and pre-kindergarten.  Working with ELs before kindergarten presents educators with unique opportunities in meeting the needs of our youngest ELs.  The session will also explore the current state of policy in practice, how schools and districts are meeting the mandates, and challenges and obstacles to meeting the policy requirements.​
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1/17/20181/17/2018Webinar- January 17, 20184:00 – 5:30 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
This presentation will provide an overview of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Act. As of October 1, 2016, the McKinney-Vento amendment enacted through ESSA:  Every Student Succeeds Act is now in effect. Main themes to be discussed will be: Identification, School Stability, School Enrollment, Support for academic success, and Child-centered, best interest decision making. Beginning the educational journey in the early years and "pushing up" through high school can provide structure and help build resilience in a homeless child's future.​

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1/22/20181/22/2018Webinar- January 22, 20184:00 – 5:30 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Mathematizing is the process of understanding the math occurring within children's daily lives; The quality of materials dictates the quality of the mathematical thinking children will process; The exploration of materials builds the logical-mathematical skills required for understanding mathematics; The investigation of math concepts within real-world applications develops the understanding of the mathematical relationships found within structures and their function; Play is an opportunity to use math language and inquiry to communicate and express one's understanding of the world around us.​

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1/25/20181/25/2018Webinar- January 25, 20184:00 – 5:30 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
Accepted models of Pre-K English Learner services; Examples of screeners & assessments that accommodate Pre-K English Learner students; Effective ESL/Bilingual Program elements and examples which utilize Excelerate, IELDS, and WIDA Standards; Share available resources, such as the EL Program Framework, Training &Technical Assistance, Standards, & strategies.​

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1/30/20181/30/2018Webinar- January 30, 20184:00 – 6:00 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
Upon completion of this webinar, participants should be able to: Define patterns and identify their characteristics, explain how ordering, sequencing and patterning are connected, plan activities that involve patterns, describe the developmental trajectory of pattern comprehension in young children, plan for supporting children's developmental understanding of patterns, define geometry for young children, explain three foundational concepts about shapes, identify the components of spatial reasoning, describe the developmental levels of geometric thinking and plan for supporting geometry in the classroom.
 
*It is recommended to attend Welcome to STEAM: Integrating Science, Technology...- Sept 28, 2017 & Making Sense of Number Sense - Nov 9, 2017 before attending this webinar.​


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2/6/20182/6/2018Webinar- February 6, 20184:00 – 6:00 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Understanding of the research-based benefits of incorporating mindfulness into personal life and early childhood classroom; Increased familiarity with mindfulness practices supporting adult development; Knowledge of mindfulness strategies supporting child development within early childhood classroom environments.​

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2/12/20182/12/2018Webinar- February 12, 20184:00 – 5:30 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Young children transitioning to Kindergarten will have to understand the relationships between multiple mathematical concepts in order to solve operations, fractions, equations, and other problems. This means that preschool children have to be provided with learning experiences that go beyond math activities in isolation. They need to experience play, project and problem-based learning experiences that provide the platforms children need to engage with multiple math concepts. This webinar will present some strategies to support teachers as they plan for incorporating powerful math experiences that help build children's mathematical connections and relationships within the classroom.
 
*It is recommended to attend Welcome to STEAM: Integrating Science, Technology...- Sept 28, 2017 & Understanding the Mathematics Found in Exploration, Investigation and Play- January 22, 2018 before attending this webinar.​


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3/7/20183/7/2018Webinar- March 7, 20184:00 – 6:00 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning

How to recognize post-traumatic reactions in young children. Becoming familiar with the impact of trauma exposure on early learning and other key areas of functioning. An introduction to how working with traumatized children in the classroom can impact teachers. Where to find additional trauma-informed resources for educators and family members.​
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3/21/20183/21/2018Webinar- March 21, 20184:00 – 6:00 pmThe Center: Resources for Teaching and Learning
How to respond to trauma-related issues for young children in the classroom. How to support regulating the emotions of children and keeping the classroom safe. How teacher educators can best support teachers who work with traumatized children. How to identify clinical interventions for trauma in young children and local resources for early childhood treatment and services.
 
*It is recommended to attend Recognizing Trauma & Its Impact on Young Children March 7, 2018 before attending this webinar.​

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11/7/2017November 7, 20174:00 PM - 5:30 PM (CST)

​Parent Advisory Councils create meaningful opportunities for programs to build connection together with families. Dialogue is essential to successful family and community engagement. Learn about the power of two-way communications, collaborative decision making, and meeting facilitation.​

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