Is your infant or toddler classroom structured specifically for that age group, or is it more like a watered-down version of the preschool classrooms in your program? Programming specifically for children from birth to 36 months of age is vital. Infant and toddler child care has grown exponentially in the last 20 years. Research increasingly stresses the impact of quality on children and their families. However, many infant and toddler teachers (and directors) approach this age group from a preschool background and perspective. This provides a challenge for programs to support the development of effective teachers who are able to provide for the unique needs, interests, and abilities of infants and toddlers. This workshop will address the similarities and differences between infant-toddler classrooms and preschool classrooms and provide a fresh perspective to arranging your infant-toddler classroom to target the uniqueness of this age group.
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If you have questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org To add this training to your profile 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. This class is Ohio Approved for SUTQ.
|Training approved for||
|Registration deadline||Sep 30, 2019|
|Number of open seats||98|
|Event Owner||The Learning Professor|
|Target Audience||Classroom Staff / Teacher,Family Child Care|
|Age Groups related to content||Infants,Toddlers|
|Core Knowledge Area||N/A|
|Child Development Associate Area||To advance physical and intellectual competence|
|Early Learning and Development Standards||N/A|
Participants will be able to identify the similarities and differences between infant-toddler environments and preschool classrooms.
Participants will be able to plan nooks for infants and toddlers that respond to their unique needs and interests and have a specific identity.