We’ve all heard of teaching to the test, and we all know that this strategy has no long-term success for children’s learning. Instead, I suggest “teaching to the brain”….using what we know about how the brain develops to influence what we do in our classrooms. During the first five years of life, the brain develops at a rapid speed. Although the brain can be trained to memorize pieces of information, true learning and understanding comes from experiences that are tailored to the way the brain develops during these important years. In this session, we will explore the developing brain in connection with planning learning experiences for young children that maximize the foundation for later learning.
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If you have questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org To add this training to your PD Track on OCCRRA, click on "Add to Cart". After adding it to your cart on OCCRRA (which allows us to assign you credit) you will be redirected to www.learningprofessor.com to pay for your class. Click on the class(es) you want, add them to your cart, and pay for them. You can start your course as soon as you pay for it. The class is completely online and can be started and stopped at your convenience. You have four months from date of purchase to complete the class. Credit is applied in the OCCRRA system on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week. This class is Ohio Approved for SUTQ.
|Training approved for||
|Registration deadline||Apr 21, 2019|
|Number of open seats||98|
|Event Owner||The Learning Professor|
|Target Audience||Classroom Staff / Teacher,Program Administrator,Family Child Care|
|Age Groups related to content||Infants,Toddlers,Preschoolers,Schoolagers|
|Core Knowledge Area||N/A|
|Child Development Associate Area||Principles of growth and development|
|Early Learning and Development Standards||
Approaches Toward Learning
Cognitive Development and General Knowledge
Language and Literacy Development
Describe the relationship between DAP and brain development.
Identify the importance of relationships to brain development.
Plan strategies to promote communication.
Plan strategies to promote curiosity and creativity.
Describe the importance of play in learning.
Define executive function and describe strategies to increase EF skills.
Discuss factors that reduce stress for children.
Discuss brain based teaching principles and develop an action plan to implement these principles.