The focus of this workshop will be on the teacher’s role in creating a classroom climate that accentuates the positive. Videos will demonstrate techniques and activities that create positive energy; improving classroom climate by promoting a sense of belonging and social skill development. ...
This series will explore many topics related to your work as a leader in the field of early care and education. The participants will have the opportunity to network with other leaders in their area as well as engage in conversation related to current topics. The group will also...
This session will be an information session to explain some of the provisions that the Affordable Care Act has put into place. It will also provide information on the Marketplace, for example: How do I apply? Who is eligible? What do I need to apply?
In this three part series, participants will look at a constructivist approach to facilitating math and science experiences, and integrating these experiences into the curriculum. Teachers will engage in hands-on experiences exploring math and science materials, then design lesson...
Becoming purposeful and intentional in our planning to support individual development by using observation to support children will be explored during this session.
Join fellow Kids+Creativity Network members to look back on lessons learned this year, connect with local learning innovators, and share ideas for where the network should go next. Choose from four breakout sessions focusing on topics important to the future of Kids+Creativity,...
Participants will understand the importance of media literacy in early childhood education and become familiar with the NAEYC Position statement on Technology and Interactive Media. Teachers will also be encouraged to integrate digital media literacy into their own work with...
Participants will explore ethical situations and best practice for responding appropriately. Confidentiality in the work place will also be discussed in detail. Participants will have an understanding of the role they play in protecting confidentiality throughout the program.
Participants will learn how to use the ASQ and ASQ:SE as a screening tool for children ages 3 months-5 years. As a result of their participation in the session, Directors will receive these screening tools and will be able to administer, score, share results with families and...
Save the Date fore the 2014 Biannual Conference
Inviting Ideas, Inspiring Innovation
Hosted by PAEYC & Allegheny Family Support