How to be a Child Care Super Hero
Earn 5 Clock Hours When You Pass Exam
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Registration size 1-4 people: $34 per person
Registration size 5+ people: $29 per person
Watch the Recording at Your Leisure.
1. 10 Things Highly Successful Teachers Do Differently
Learn ATi’s success strategies for teaching success * The importance of intentional teaching * Create a balance between adult-guided and child-guided learning * Classroom management strategies * Receive the secrets to creating a classroom filled with joy and learning * Teach so all children can learn
2. The Top 10 Child Care Discipline Problems & How to Fix Them
Sure-fire solutions for handling child care problems * Whining * Meltdowns * Hurting Behaviors * Bathroom battles * Mealtime mischief * Naptime blues * Not listening * Power struggles * Screaming * Potty Mouth
3. Is this typical? Recognize Developmental Delays and What to Do to Help
Do you ever look at children and wonder if everything is ok? Recognize the signs of developmental delays * Strategies to help children who are non-verbal or have delayed speech patterns * Help for children who are slower at grasping concepts * Help all children succeed
4. “Once Upon a Storybook Time” Language & Literacy Fun
Great ideas for expanding language & literacy through stories * Storytelling: The educational brain food for children * Storytelling tips to guarantee success * Fun ways to have children participate * Great tools to enhance story time * Story Songs * Story Circle
5. Little Yogis: Mindfulness and Yoga for Little Learners
I know what you are thinking, yoga for kids!? This isn’t the yoga you’ll find in a zen yoga studio. This session will share simple, active, playful and most of all FUN Yoga for little learners using popular books, themes, and games!
After viewing, pass a brief follow-up exam for a 5-hour certificate. (Retake fee $5)
CDA CANDIDATES: This training can be applied toward the CDA formal early childhood training requirement of 120 hours.