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 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
Join this edWebinar to learn how preschool teachers can use a child’s natural instincts for play to enhance all areas of the child’s development.
In this edWebinar, consider the principles fundamental to a nature-based approach and integrate those principles into teaching practice.
In this edWebinar, understand the purpose of informal assessments in addition to maintaining student portfolios and information gathering.
This edWebinar encourages and support teachers’ and consultants’ enthusiasm and knowledge concerning optimal social development of infants and toddlers.
In this encore edWebinar, Dr. Sarah Garrity provides an overview of the Teaching and Guidance Policy Essentials Checklist (TAGPEC), an easy-to-use checklist.
Dr. Sascha Longstreth and Dr. Sarah Garrity provide an overview of the Teaching and Guidance Policy Essentials Checklist (TAGPEC), an easy-to-use checklist.
In this edWebinar, Michelle Jamail explores the many ways music making very naturally and deeply supports a child’s positive approach toward learning.