Other trainings

 


Training opportunities through other agencies or partners of the R3P

will be posted here.

 

 

The Pyramid Model Consortium translated the Trauma-Informed Care Trainings flyer into Spanish

MA Early Care and Education y Pyramid Model Consortium se complacen en brindarle una oportunidad única para que su programa obtenga más información sobre Cuidado Informado de Trauma en la Primera Infancia. Debido a la complejidad de cómo el trauma afecta a los niños y niñas, es importante que los educadores de la niñez temprana, integren un enfoque basado en el trauma en su trabajo con los niños, niñas y sus familias. Únase a nosotros en uno de nuestros 5 entrenamientos regionales para recibir recursos e información que podrá implementar y así apoyar a la fuerza laboral de educación y cuidado infantil para: • Reconocer los signos y síntomas del trauma. • Comprender cómo el trauma afecta el aprendizaje y el desarrollo de los niños y niñas. • Considere lo que puede hacer para apoyar a los niños, niñas y sus familias cuando ocurre un trauma.
FECHA LUGAR
En Español (Presentación en español solamente) Sábado 16 de febrero de 2019. 9:00 am- 4:00 pm
EEC Region 2 Office 324-R Clark Street Worcester, MA 01606
Estamos buscando 25 programas en cada región (que puedan comprometerse a enviar 2 miembros del personal) que estén interesados en participar en una de las capacitaciones-adiestramientos anteriores y en una visita de seguimiento en el centro. Tenga en cuenta que: los sistemas de cuidado infantil familiar (FCC) deben incluir un visitante domiciliario y un proveedor de FCC para asistir a la capacitación; Los proveedores independientes de FCC también son bienvenidos a asistir a la capacitación-adiestramiento por su cuenta.
Para solicitar el evento en su región y obtener más información por correo electrónico: erin.kalanick@pyramidmodel.org

Planning Play Opportunities to Promote Development in Preschool ~ Webinar

Play is critical in supporting a child’s healthy growth and development. Educators have a key role in facilitating and reinforcing the development of individual skills while interacting with children at play. This webinar will provide a clear understanding of the importance of play and best practices on intentional strategies that scaffold children’s learning through play. Learner Outcome: Participants will broaden their understanding of the importance of play for young children. After completing this course, educators will be able to apply strategies that scaffold children’s development and learning through healthy interactions and play. Learning Objectives: After successful completion of this course, participants will be able to: A. Describe the benefits and importance of child’s play B. Modify activities to support individual differences when children play C. Plan appropriate play experiences

Prerequisite for educators enrolling: In order to participate in this class you must have a computer and speakers, high speed internet, an email account, and basic computer skills (using the internet, downloading and attaching documents to email, and navigating the webinar software). Registration information: Please register by January 23, 2019.

A link to the webinar will be emailed to you. Development in Preschool ~ Webinar The Institute for Education and Professional Development, Inc. is pleased to offer this professional development opportunity to early education and care educators. Planning Play Opportunities to Promote DATE: January 30 & February 6, 2019 TIME: 6:30-8:30 PM with 1 hour of homework to be completed between sessions. LOCATION: Webinar ~ take in the comfort of your own home!

COST: $50 A .5 CEU certificate will be awarded after successful completion of the webinar

HOW TO REGISTER: You may register at https://iepd.org/trainings/ or at https://www.signupgenius.com/ go/20F0F4BACAE2CA4FE3- planning This course is designed and facilitated by: I.E.P.D

Terrific Toddlers! Building Self-Esteem

Course Description:

In this two hour, self-directed, on-line course, educators of toddlers will learn about the social and emotional development of toddlers and identify the unique needs and strengths of this age group. Educators will identify behavior management strategies to manage challenging toddler behavior, while also recognizing the importance of maintaining toddlers’ self-esteem. Finally, the course will address the role that child temperament plays in toddler behavior, and how to guide behavior accordingly. Upon successful completion of this workshop, educators will receive a 2 hour training certificate.

Course Objectives: As a result of this training, participants will: 1. Recognize social and emotional development of toddlers. 2. Define self-esteem and explore why developing a positive self-esteem

is important. 3. Identify normal yet difficult behaviors exhibited by toddlers. 4. Understand the role of temperament in toddler behavior and how to

guide child behavior accordingly with behavior management strategies.

Prerequisite for educators enrolling: Must be able to access a computer to utilize the Course Sites platform and be able to navigate through the site. Must also be able to utilize Microsoft Office which includes PowerPoint and Word files.

Please register by January 3, 2019 – you will be sent a link to access the workshop. We look forward to having you join us!

Guiding Challenging Behaviors

The Institute for Education and Professional Development, Inc. is pleased to offer this professional development opportunity to early education and care educators.

Terrific Toddlers! Building Self-Esteem While

DATE: Begins January 7 and ends January 31, 2019

TIME: THIS IS AN ONLINE WORKSHOP AND CAN BE COMPLETED WITHIN YOUR OWN TIME FRAME BETWEEN JANUARY 7 THROUGH JANUARY 31, 2019

LOCATION: ONLINE TRAINING

COST: $25.00

HOW TO REGISTER:

Please go to: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/ 20F0F4BACAE2CA4FE3-terrific

Or go to our website: https://iepd.org/trainings/ and click on the link

This course is designed and facilitated by: I.E.P.D

 ITERS/ECERS/Arnett



ITERS/ECERS/Arnett

Date: Saturday, January 5, 2019  Change in date!
Location: Melrose Day Care, 121 W. Foster St., Melrose
Time: 9:00 am to 2:30 pm
Cost: $15 per person, includes ITERS or ECERS book
PAS
Date: Friday, December 14, 2018
Location: North Shore Community College, 1 Ferncroft Road, Danvers, MA HPSS Building Room 226
Time: 9:30 am to 3:00 pm
Cost: $15 per person, included the PAS book
 
ITERS/ECERS/Arnett
Date: Saturday, January 19, 2019
Location: Aspire Early Education Center, 14 Franklin Street, Lynn
Time: 9:00 am to 2:30 pm
Cost: $15 per person, included the ITERS or ECERS book
Marilyn Favreau
Assessment Training Coordinator
Region 3 R3P

 

 

 

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