This series of three modules (which can be assigned together or individually) include the following: Understanding Children's Behavior, Creating a Supportive Environment, and Promoting Positive Behavior.
This course is designed to early childhood education professionals with the knowledge and skills to teach each content area according to the preschool learning guidelines, or state standards. This module as part of the course on the preschool learning experiences will explain each part of the standard and give examples of how to teach the standard within an integrated curriculum. Through presentations, online resources, readings, and assignments students will gain knowledge of the components of each area: mathematics, English language arts, science and technology/engineering, the arts, and health education, and history and social science. The last module will cover the content of the Early Childhood Program Standards and how to incorporate those standards into daily practice.
This series of three modules (which can be assigned together or individually) include the following: Understanding and Preventing Challenging Behavior, Teaching and Reinforcing Appropriate Behavior, and Behaviors Resistant to Change.
This series of four modules (which can be assigned together or individually) include the following:An Overview of Developmentally Appropriate PracticeAn Overview of Universal Design for LearningUDL in a Developmentally Appropriate ClassroomUDL and Children with Special NeedsThese modules are designed to be used in the training of child care providers and early childhood teachers.