In this edWebinar, we will discuss techniques to help teachers stay calm and focused in the classroom, as well as some specific self-care techniques to implement outside of the classroom.
In this edWebinar, participants will learn about developmentally appropriate music and movement activities that naturally support children’s exploration of math concepts, including pattern, sequence, representation, proportion, and opposites.
This edWebinar will focus on the basics of second language acquisition, exploring the theories of Chomsky and Krashen, including learner differences and development.
This edWebinar will provide a well-rounded perspective of how young children are building language, physical, cognitive, social-emotional, and motor development skills.
This edWebinar will discuss the best practices for technology use with young children and their families, as well as how to support early childhood educators in grades K-3 with effective technology strategies.
Learn why rhythm and song are integral to the development and growth of children and nowhere is the exposure to this medium more crucial than the classroom.
This edWebinar with Dr. Joyce King and Dr. Helen Teague will examine the importance of early literacy in order to support the long-term success of students.
Simple Acts brings parents and educators practical, easy-to-do ideas to involve the whole family in volunteering and helping others in the community.
Learn about finger plays, a natural way for children to develop oral language, auditory memory, small motor skills, social skills, and their imaginations.
In this edWebinar, learn the skills needed to transform children who are aggressive and defiant into cooperative members of your learning community.