September 6

October 11

November 22

January 10

February 28

March 21

April 11

May 16


 

All Proffesional Development Sessions will be based around Developmentally Appropriate Practice, Executive Function, Intentional Teaching and ADHS Training Requirements.

 

The Yuma Region Partnership Council, in collaboration with Eight-Arizona PBS is pleased to announce:

Community Based Professional Development

…for all early childhood educators in Yuma County. Whether you are center-based, school-based or home-based, please plan on attending. No Charge!

All workshops will be held from 8:00am to noon with a light breakfast and check-in at 7:30am.

Dates:

  • September 6, 2014
  • October 11, 2014
  • November 22, 2014
  • January 10, 2015
  • February 28, 2015
  • March 21, 2015
  • April 11, 2015 (Full Day Conference)
  • May 16, 2015

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First Things First partners with parents and families to help all kids stay healthy and be ready to succeed in school. The mission of First Things First, its programs, services, and funding helps this happen.

 

   

All sessions will be based around Developmentally Appropriate Practice, Executive Function, Intentional Teaching and ADHS Training Requirements and will directly apply to what you do every day. Join national and local experts in learning new techniques and practicing the proven methods you use every day.


You are encouraged to attend all workshops, or the dates of your choice.

Childcare will be provided! (up to 20 children after the age of 18 months)

All participants receive a copy of NAEYC's book! Mind in the Making: The Seven Life Skills Every Child Needs by Ellen Galinsky

 

Tenative Session Topics - TBA

September 6

Whole Group Workshop Based on Executive Function! Presented by Ida Rose Florez

 

October 11

Developmentally Appropriate Activities Classroom Management Developing Skills in Writing Observations How to Include Executive Function in Your Curriculum Introducing Intentional Teaching  

November 22

Safety Indoor/Outdoor Activities Communicating Effectively with Young Children Stages of Parenting a child with Special Needs Conducting Effective and Successful Parent/Teacher Conferences How to Incorporate ABA Strategies in Your Classroom  

January 10

Personnel Management Enhancing Empathy through Children's Lit Infant Physical Development What do we mean by "Kindergarten Readiness" Language and Literacy: Young Children's Development  

February 28

Human Relations Child Guidance and Discipline Behavior: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly.... Language and Literacy for "Kindergarten Readiness" Math and Scientific Inquiry  

April 11

Full Day Conference! Yuma County Early Childhood Educator Conference

 

March 21

Educational Programming Child Abuse Detection and Reporting Encouraging Trust and Autonomy in Infants Engaging and Partnering with Families Coping with Adversity Social Skills and Understanding with Social Studies  

May 16

Family Support and Partnerships Observation and Child Assessment Transitions Pop-out Books Physical Movement  

 

 

If you have questions, please contact Mark Becker at mark.becker@asu.edu


 

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