We say that Ebenezer’s program is ‘play based’. What does that really mean? What can we learn about and from children and their play? Come and join us in some play and discover the answers.
This is a continuation of Part 1 and participants must attend both.
PLAN TO ATTEND PART 1 AND PART 2 What is social studies anyway? How do I plan social studies in my classroom? Children are born into a community. From birth, they begin exploring their world. At each stage of development—infant, toddler, preschool, and school age—children look around and try to make sense of their social… Read more »
What are Loose Parts? Loose parts are materials that can be moved, carried, combined, redesigned, lined up, and taken apart and put back together in multiple ways. These are materials with no specific set of directions that can be used alone or combined with other materials. Loose parts can be natural or synthetic. Come find… Read more »
This is a continuation of Part 1 and participants must plan on attending both.
PLAN TO ATTEND PART 1 AND PART 2 The single best way to address challenging behaviors in young children today is to take steps to make sure that they never occur. While there is no universal magic wand for preventing challenging behaviors, there are several early intervention strategies that researchers suggest to prevent challenging behaviors…. Read more »
This is a continuation of part 1 and participants must plan on attending both.
PLAN TO ATTEND PART 1 AND PART 2 Children love music! As early as infancy, we see children sway and bounce as they express themselves through music. It is reported that even a fetus hears and reacts to music! Learn how music impacts children’s development, how teachers can build on children’s natural love of music… Read more »
Throughout the morning we will explore ways to enhance science and sensory in infant and toddler classrooms. Participants will learn practical curriculum activities and have an opportunity to discuss experiences and share ideas with other teachers in their specific age group. This training will be geared toward infants and toddlers (up to age 2).
This is a continuation of Literacy in Early Education – Part 1 and participants must plan on attending both sessions.