During this edWebinar, Andrew Roszak, Executive Director for the Institute for Childhood Preparedness, will share the knowledge, resources, and actionable tools that educators need to prepare for, respond to, and recover from an emergency or natural disaster.
Presented by Dr. Tracy Galuski, Associate Professor, Empire State College, NY; and Dr. Arlene Rider, Assistant Professor, Retired, Empire State College, NY
Presented by Donna Sasse Wittmer, Ph.D., Associate Professor Emerita of Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Special Education, University of Colorado Denver, Author, and Consultant
Presented by Dr. Elizabeth Joy Erwin, Professor of Education, Montclair State University, NJ, Department of Teaching and Learning, Graduate Programs in Early Childhood and Elementary Inclusive Education
In this edWebinar, Sandra Duncan, Ed.D,. and architect Lauren Magee, will provide practical and helpful strategies for educators seeking ways to safely distance children in the COVID classroom.
This edWebinar will describe fun experiences to include in the sensory-friendly classroom, some information on sensory processing issues, and what a sensory diet looks like in the classroom, so teachers can incorporate these activities seamlessly into their daily routines.
This important edWebinar will offer guidance and best practices specifically focused on young children and at-home e-learning.
Join this edWebinar to recognize the importance of hiring and retaining the right person to maintain stability for the program, families, and children.
This edWebinar is ideal for current and aspiring childcare directors and entrepreneurs and features practical and approachable guidance through all facets of starting a childcare center.
The goal of this edWebinar is to ensure that participants understand and embrace anti-bias and anti-racist teaching approaches by creating affirming culturally-rich classroom environments that protect children from psychological trauma and heals them from the inside out.