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Designing Infant Toddler Environments that Make Sense


Event Description

Designing a good infant or toddler environment can be challenging. How do you arrange the room so that you have separate areas for children while not making it look like a watered down preschool room? This workshop will explore the stages and themes of infancy to assist in proper room arrangement to meet children's needs. We will explore the idea of "identity nooks" as a way of arranging infant toddler spaces that speak to the uniqueness and holistic nature of this age group. Formerly titled Designing the Best Infant Toddler Environment.


Sessions / Training Location Info


Session Being Hosted At:
Virtual Training - Virtual Training Cincinnati 45212 Hamilton (directions)

Instructor(s)

Jenni Jacobs

Event Information

Contact Hours 3.00
Training approved for OA-L2
Registration deadline Jun 10, 2020
Number of open seats 16
Event Owner 4C Cincinnati
Sponsor Phone (513) 758-1301

Topic Areas

Target Audience Classroom Staff / Teacher,Program Administrator
Age Groups related to content Infants,Toddlers
Core Knowledge Area N/A
Child Development Associate Area To establish and maintain a safe, healthy learning environment
Early Learning and Development Standards Approaches Toward Learning
Cognitive Development and General Knowledge
Assessment Type Small group activity

Objectives

Objective: Explain how infant toddler environments differ from preschool environments.
 
Core Knowledge Document: Ohio's Early Childhood Core Knowledge and Competencies
 
Area: Learning Environments and Experiences
 
Subgroup: Physical Environments
 
Competency: 3.2 Articulates, analyzes, evaluates, and applies current theory and research on design of the environment in order to support individual and group growth.
Objective: Plan a holistic learning area that has a specific identity.
 
Core Knowledge Document: Ohio's Early Childhood Core Knowledge and Competencies
 
Area: Learning Environments and Experiences
 
Subgroup: Physical Environments
 
Competency: 2.2 Provides a balance of spaces for activities that are active and quiet, child-directed and teacher-directed, individual and group, and indoor and outdoor.
Objective: Design a room that adheres to the stages and themes of infancy.
 
Core Knowledge Document: Ohio's Early Childhood Core Knowledge and Competencies
 
Area: Learning Environments and Experiences
 
Subgroup: Physical Environments
 
Competency: 1.2 Provides adequate space for routine care and play that supports the age and interests of the children.

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