In this edWebinar, examine numerous factors that may influence how a child responds in the learning environment and prevent behaviors deemed unacceptable.
In this edWebinar, NAEYC’s Susan Friedman and Kara Myers share some key guiding principles for engaging diverse families in and out of the classroom.
In this edWebinar, Mary-Margaret Gardiner, and Sarah Hadden, Ph.D., explore intentionality in using your classroom setup to foster children’s engagement, connection, and opportunities to learn more about their world in a developmentally appropriate way.
This dynamic edWeb.net webinar focused on providing participants with knowledge of effective and appropriate prevention and intervention strategies for children who exhibit challenging behavior. This session, presented by the Classroom Management for Early Learning community, focused on the latest research in the field of early childhood on best practices of identifying, preventing, and intervening with young children who exhibit behavioral problems.
Babies and toddlers make awesome strides in development and learning over the first three years of life. n this webinar hosted by the Classroom Management for Early Learning community, teachers learned how: early language progresses and how a teacher can optimally support early language progress; to encourage kindness and caring in the classroom; to engender a deep love of storybook sharing and a pride in loving books; to instill a deep conviction in babies and toddlers that they are safe, well-loved and cherished, and can in turn behave in cherishing ways with others; to encourage curiosity and a passion for learning.
Although a bird may seem like an unlikely role model for teachers, the bowerbird, a small native of New Guinea, has lots to teach us about early childhood classroom design. In this webinar, attendees learned three lessons from the bowerbird on how to create inspiring and purposeful environments for young children.
When children use challenging behavior, it is an opportunity to teach them how to become emotionally aware problem-solvers that can use healthy coping strategies in difficult moments. There are four steps that offer a simple, kind, strength-based, commonsense and effective strategy, for day-to-day challenges and challenging behaviors from children (ages 3-8).