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April
19
Location: Training Type: Online Real Time Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Strengthening Families Toolbox Training Online Real Time

This 17-hour training is based on the Strengthening Families Framework and includes research-informed approaches to increase family strengths, enhance child development, and reduce the likelihood of child abuse and neglect. Topics include valuing and supporting families, facilitating friendships and mutual supports, linking families to services, and responding to early warning signs of abuse and neglect. This training meets the Advanced Specialized Care Training requirements. This is an Online Real Time training and will be delivered via Zoom. Participants must have an Internet connection and computer, laptop, mobile device or tablet with camera, audio, and mic. If you have questions about using Zoom, contact your Resource Advisor or visit https://northernlightsccv.org/?s=zoom. Your trainer will email a Zoom link to you prior to the start of the training.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Brenda Schramm
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Families & Communities
  • How We Teach
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 19, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
April 21, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
April 26, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
April 28, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
May 3, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
May 5, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
May 12, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
May 17, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

17

Cost

$ 40

Contact Information

ROSE MORRISON
(802) 445-0617
rosemary.morrison@ccv.edu

Additional Information

This is an Online Real-Time training and will be delivered via Zoom. There is a one-hour assignment ti be completed around Modules 6 and 7, which is part of the 17 training hours being earned. Participants must have an Internet connection and computer, laptop, mobile device or tablet with a camera, audio, and mic. If you have questions about using Zoom, contact your Resource Advisor or visit https://northernlightsccv.org/?s=zoom. Your trainer, Brenda Schramm will email a Zoom link to you prior to the start of the training. Please be sure to check your Spam/Trash if you do not receive the link

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April
19
Location: Springfield Training Type: Online Real Time

A Well Compensated Profession – Advancing as a Profession in Vermont: Session 3

Vermont’s Early Childhood Action Plan and Let’s Grow Kids’ 2021 Policy Agenda both focus on strategies to increase early childhood workforce compensation and benefits without shifting costs to families. Nationally, Power to the Profession’s Unifying Framework describes the audacious vision: Each and every child, beginning at birth, has the opportunity to benefit from high-quality, affordable early childhood education, delivered by a diverse, effective, well-prepared, and well-compensated workforce. This online real-time training provides participants with an understanding of the Unifying Framework’s recommendations for professional compensation and how they relate to other components - Professional Identity, Three Designations, and Aligned Preparation Pathways.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Rachel Hunter, Kim Freeman & Christina Goodwin
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 19, 2021
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Total Hours

1

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Rachel Hunter
(802) 376-5722
Rachel@letsgrowkids.org

Additional Information

Session open only to staff members from Suzy's Little Peanuts programs.

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April
19
Location: Training Type: Online Real Time

A Well Compensated Profession – Advancing as a Profession in Vermont: Session 3

Vermont’s Early Childhood Action Plan and Let’s Grow Kids’ 2021 Policy Agenda both focus on strategies to increase early childhood workforce compensation and benefits without shifting costs to families. Nationally, Power to the Profession’s Unifying Framework describes the audacious vision: Each and every child, beginning at birth, has the opportunity to benefit from high-quality, affordable early childhood education, delivered by a diverse, effective, well-prepared, and well-compensated workforce. This online real-time training provides participants with an understanding of the Unifying Framework’s recommendations for professional compensation and how they relate to other components - Professional Identity, Three Designations, and Aligned Preparation Pathways.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Rachel Hunter, Kim Freeman & Christina Goodwin
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 19, 2021
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Rachel Hunter
(802) 376-5722
Rachel@letsgrowkids.org

Additional Information

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April
19
Location: Training Type: Online Real Time Special Topics: Medication Administration ,

Medication Administration

Participants demonstrate procedures for receiving, storing, preparing, administering, and documenting administration of medications; describe and demonstrate what to do for signs and symptoms of an asthma attack and allergic reaction; and describe symptoms of adverse reactions to medication and actions to take when they are observed.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Louise Mongeon
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • Instructors of Adults
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 19, 2021
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Adri Taylo-Behrman
(802) 654-0730
adri.taylo-behrman@ccv.edu

Additional Information

*Note start time at 1pm. This is an Online Real Time training and will be delivered via Zoom. Participants must have an Internet connection and computer, laptop, mobile device or tablet with camera, audio, and mic. If you have questions about using Zoom, contact your Resource Advisor or visit https://northernlightsccv.org/zoom A packet of training materials and a Zoom link to participate will be emailed to registrants prior to the start of the training.

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April
20
Location: Training Type: Online Real Time Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Stories of Belonging

**THIS SERIES APRIL 6, 13 and 20 IS FULL** Stories of Belonging is a 3-part series of professional dialogues focused on equity and inclusion and guided by the main themes and concepts presented in children's literature. Each session invites participants to read and reflect on the selected children's books and to engage in meaningful conversation exploring the ways in which children's books can be used as tools for promoting equity and inclusion in our classrooms and communities. Participants are welcome to engage in one or more of the sessions in the series. Copies of the selected children's books are included with registration and will be mailed to participants before the first session in April. This training meets the criteria for Advanced Specialized Care.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Moriah Nail
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Families & Communities
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 20, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Joanne Rouleau
(802) 828-0621
joanne.rouleau01@ccv.edu

Additional Information

Participants will be able to: • Identify, critique, and discuss the main themes and concepts explored in the selected children’s books • Explore questions and engage in intentional dialogue about the concepts in each book and how they relate to participants' promotion of equity and inclusion • Examine how the selected books relate to and inform their teaching practices and support for all families. *** Books for this third session (April 20) - Alma and How She Got Her Name by Juana Martinez-Neal (Ages 4-8); The Other Way to Listen by Byrd Baylor and Peter Parnall (Ages 4-8)

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April
20
Location: Training Type: Online Real Time Special Topics: Basic Specialized Care ,

Basic Specialized Care

Basic Specialized Care is a six-hour introductory training for early childhood professionals who serve vulnerable children and their families in child care settings. This training is one of the requirements to become a Specialized Child Care Provider in Vermont. Topics covered include: child development, the impact of stress and abuse on development, red flags, working with families and the system, and mandated reporting responsibilities. This is an Online Real-Time Training using Zoom and is offered in one day with scheduled breaks. There will be a morning break, a lunch break around 11:30 and an afternoon break.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Becca Webb
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Families & Communities
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
  • Professionalism
  • Program Organization
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 20, 2021
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

$ 15

Contact Information

Joanne Rouleau
(802) 828-0621
joanne.rouleau01@ccv.edu

Additional Information

This is an Online Real Time training and will be delivered via Zoom. Participants must have an Internet connection and computer, laptop, mobile device or tablet with camera, audio, and mic. If you have questions about using Zoom, contact your Resource Advisor or visit https://northernlightsccv.org/zoom A packet of training materials and a Zoom link to participate will be emailed to registrants prior to the start of the training. The Zoom link will come from the Trainer, Becca Webb. The group will decide on exact times for morning and afternoon breaks depending on natural breaks in the content. This is a full-day training and you must attend all day to successfully complete this training.

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April
20
Location: Training Type: Online Real Time Special Topics: Afterschool , Advanced Specialized Care ,

Nurturing Healthy Sexual Development

Gain information and skills to develop and maintain open communication with children, identify and respond to normal as well as concerning sexual behaviors in children, answer children's questions, and give children positive messages. Nurturing healthy sexual development plays an important role in protecting children from sexual abuse and/or developing sexually abusive behaviors. Participants will: a) summarize healthy sexual development in children at different developmental stages; b) give examples of how to nurture healthy sexual development in children. This program is for teachers and care givers of children of all ages, with a particular emphasis on infants through after school. (Fulfills Act 1 Requirement)
Sponsor: Prevent Child Abuse Vermont
Instructor: Joy Kitchell
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Families & Communities
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 20, 2021
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Joy Kitchell
(802) 498-0618
jkitchell@pcavt.org

Additional Information

As a result of a generous grant from the desk of Sean Brown, these trainings are free to Vermonters from January 1, 2021 to June 30, 2021. Please use the registration link and remember to choose the ticket marked "Vermont Residents" to enter for free. Please reach out with any questions to jkitchell@pcavt.org.

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April
20
Location: Rutland Training Type: Online Real Time Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Small People, Big Feelings

As adults cope with the impacts of real-world traumas like COVID-19, young children also experience this trauma and often need help expressing their feelings in a safe and supported environment. This training provides practical techniques and strategies for supporting children's social-emotional development and fostering resilience in the wake of traumatic events. Learning Objectives: Participants will engage with strategies and techniques for fostering resilience and supporting children's social-emotional development. Participants will explore developmentally appropriate social emotional learning activities to address pandemic related concerns and to foster resilience.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: April Zajko
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • How We Teach
  • What We Teach
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 20, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Melinda Pearson
(802) 775-2395
mpearson@vacvt.org

Additional Information

This training is being offered at two different times via Zoom. Please pick one of the dates to register for (April 20 or April 27) and contact Melinda Pearson to register.

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April
21
Location: Training Type: Online Real Time

Step by Step Through the ITERS-3 | Item 15: Fine Motor

Are you new to the ITERS-3? Have you been using it for a while, but still have questions about certain items in the scale? In this weekly online training, we will break down the Infant Toddler Environment Rating Scale, Third Edition, and discuss one item per week. Our presenter will spend 30 minutes explaining the item of the week leaving the last 15 minutes for questions. Participants can sign up for all sessions, or register for individual sessions based on information needed. This session will cover Item 15: Fine Motor. In this session we’ll identify specific fine motor materials that should be available to children at the infant and toddler age levels. We’ll also spend time discussing the importance of staff engagement in the usage of fine motor materials.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Nikki Bearor
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • How We Teach
  • What We Teach
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 21, 2021
1:00 pm - 1:45 pm
Total Hours

.75

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Elizabeth Kervick
(802) 398-2037
stars@mjccvt.org

Additional Information

To register for all the sessions in this series, offered on Wednesdays at 1:00 PM from March 10 through April 28, you can use the following link: https://forms.gle/Q6VNPinMKMGm8qpDA . To register for this session only, please click on the "register" button on this page. A copy of the ITERS-3, available from Amazon or Teachers College Press, is recommended for this training. The training is offered via Zoom, and a link will be sent in advance of the training date.

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April
21
Location: Training Type: Online Real Time Special Topics: Afterschool , Advanced Specialized Care ,

Overcoming Barriers to Protecting Children from Sexual Abuse

Participants will: a) distinguish healthy behaviors from boundary violations and pre-offending behaviors; b) practice directly addressing concerning behaviors. Individuals and communities have a strong desire to prevent child sexual abuse. However, they often face barriers to protecting children, including having relationships with those exhibiting concerning behaviors. In this workshop participants will consider what adults can do to assist communities in overcoming these common barriers to protecting children, creating safe spaces through a trauma-informed lens. This program is for teachers and care givers of children of all ages, with a particular emphasis on infants through after school. (Fulfills Act 1 Requirement)
Sponsor: Prevent Child Abuse Vermont
Instructor: Joy Kitchell
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Families & Communities
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 21, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Joy Kitchell
(802) 498-0618
jkitchell@pcavt.org

Additional Information

As a result of a generous grant from the desk of Sean Brown, these trainings are free to Vermonters from January 1, 2021 to June 30, 2021. Please use the registration link and remember to choose the ticket marked "Vermont Residents" to enter for free. Please reach out with any questions to jkitchell@pcavt.org.

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April
22
Location: Training Type: Online Real Time

Step by Step Through the ECERS-3 | Item 15: Encouraging Children’s Use of Books

Are you new to the ECERS-3? Have you been using it for a while, but still have questions about certain items in the scale? In this weekly training, we will break down the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale, Third Edition, and discuss one item per week. Our presenter will spend 30 minutes explaining the item of the week leaving the last 15 minutes for questions. Participants can sign up for all sessions, or register for individual sessions based on information needed. This session will cover Item 15: Encouraging Children's Use of Books. Books should be accessible to young children for a large portion of their day. In this session we’ll discuss how staff can assist children in using books through the organization of the classroom environment.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Nikki Bearor
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • How We Teach
  • What We Teach
Primary Audience
  • Preschool/PreK
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 22, 2021
1:00 pm - 1:45 pm
Total Hours

.75

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Elizabeth Kervick
(802) 398-2037
stars@mjccvt.org

Additional Information

A copy of the ECERS-3, available from Amazon or Teachers College Press, is recommended for this training. The training is offered via Zoom, and a link will be sent in advance of the training date.

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April
22
Location: Training Type: Online Real Time Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Small People Big Feelings: Supporting Children’s Social-Emotional Development in the Wake of Traumatic Events

As adults cope with the impacts of real-world traumas like COVID-19, young children also experience this trauma and often need help expressing their feelings in a safe and supported environment. This training provides practical techniques and strategies for supporting children's social-emotional development and fostering resilience in the wake of traumatic events. This training meets the Advanced Specialized Care training requirement.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: April Zajko
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • How We Teach
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 22, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Joanne Rouleau
(802) 828-0621
joanne.rouleau01@ccv.edu

Additional Information

This is an Online Real-Time training and will be delivered via Zoom. Participants must have an Internet connection and computer, laptop, mobile device, or tablet with a camera, audio, and mic. If you have questions about using Zoom, contact your Resource Advisor or visit https://northernlightsccv.org/zoom Your trainer will email a Zoom link to you prior to the start of the training. The resource advisor for this training is Joanne Rouleau. Please email her at Joanne.Rouleau01@ccv.edu if you have any questions about the training

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April
22
Location: Training Type: Online Real Time

A Well Compensated Profession – Advancing as a Profession in Vermont: Session 3

Vermont’s Early Childhood Action Plan and Let’s Grow Kids’ 2021 Policy Agenda both focus on strategies to increase early childhood workforce compensation and benefits without shifting costs to families. Nationally, Power to the Profession’s Unifying Framework describes the audacious vision: Each and every child, beginning at birth, has the opportunity to benefit from high-quality, affordable early childhood education, delivered by a diverse, effective, well-prepared, and well-compensated workforce. This online real-time training provides participants with an understanding of the Unifying Framework’s recommendations for professional compensation and how they relate to other components - Professional Identity, Three Designations, and Aligned Preparation Pathways.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Rachel Hunter, Kim Freeman & Christina Goodwin
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 22, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Rachel Hunter
(802) 376-5722
Rachel@letsgrowkids.org

Additional Information

This session is for members of VCCPA only

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April
22
Location: Shelburne Training Type: Online Real Time

A Well Compensated Profession – Advancing as a Profession in Vermont: Session 3

Vermont’s Early Childhood Action Plan and Let’s Grow Kids’ 2021 Policy Agenda both focus on strategies to increase early childhood workforce compensation and benefits without shifting costs to families. Nationally, Power to the Profession’s Unifying Framework describes the audacious vision: Each and every child, beginning at birth, has the opportunity to benefit from high-quality, affordable early childhood education, delivered by a diverse, effective, well-prepared, and well-compensated workforce. This online real-time training provides participants with an understanding of the Unifying Framework’s recommendations for professional compensation and how they relate to other components - Professional Identity, Three Designations, and Aligned Preparation Pathways.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Rachel Hunter, Kim Freeman & Christina Goodwin
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 22, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Total Hours

1.5

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Rachel Hunter
(802) 376-5722
Rachel@letsgrowkids.org

Additional Information

Session for members of Ascension Childcare Inc only.

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April
22
Location: Training Type: Online Real Time

A Well Compensated Profession – Advancing as a Profession in Vermont: Session 3

Vermont’s Early Childhood Action Plan and Let’s Grow Kids’ 2021 Policy Agenda both focus on strategies to increase early childhood workforce compensation and benefits without shifting costs to families. Nationally, Power to the Profession’s Unifying Framework describes the audacious vision: Each and every child, beginning at birth, has the opportunity to benefit from high-quality, affordable early childhood education, delivered by a diverse, effective, well-prepared, and well-compensated workforce. This online real-time training provides participants with an understanding of the Unifying Framework’s recommendations for professional compensation and how they relate to other components - Professional Identity, Three Designations, and Aligned Preparation Pathways.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Rachel Hunter, Kim Freeman & Christina Goodwin
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 22, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Rachel Hunter
(802) 376-5722
Rachel@letsgrowkids.org

Additional Information

For VCCPA membership only

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April
23
Location: Burlington Training Type: Online Real Time

A Well Compensated Profession – Advancing as a Profession in Vermont: Session 3

Vermont’s Early Childhood Action Plan and Let’s Grow Kids’ 2021 Policy Agenda both focus on strategies to increase early childhood workforce compensation and benefits without shifting costs to families. Nationally, Power to the Profession’s Unifying Framework describes the audacious vision: Each and every child, beginning at birth, has the opportunity to benefit from high-quality, affordable early childhood education, delivered by a diverse, effective, well-prepared, and well-compensated workforce. This online real-time training provides participants with an understanding of the Unifying Framework’s recommendations for professional compensation and how they relate to other components - Professional Identity, Three Designations, and Aligned Preparation Pathways.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Rachel Hunter, Kim Freeman & Christina Goodwin
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 23, 2021
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Rachel Hunter
(802) 376-5722
Rachel@letsgrowkids.org

Additional Information

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April
23
Location: Training Type: Online Real Time Special Topics: Afterschool ,

Coaching Beyond Winning-SEL in Action

This workshop will focus on positive youth development in third space settings such as sports teams and afterschool activities. Topics include adolescent brain development, social emotional learning, resilience, and protective factors for primary prevention efforts.
Sponsor: Howard Center Early Childhood Program
Instructor: Umesh Acharya
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • How We Teach
  • What We Teach
Primary Audience
  • School-Age
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 23, 2021
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Nicole Miller
(802) 448-3464
nicole@vermontafterschool.org

Additional Information

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April
24
Location: Bradford Training Type: In Person

Spring/Summer Science, Nature Play and Learning PLC

Children develop curiosity, wonder, a sense of place, and an appreciation for the earth when they play in nature and with nature. In their nature-based play, children encounter natural phenomena, ask meaningful questions, work collaboratively, solve problems, communicate, and practice science and engineering skills. This Science, Nature-play and Learning PLC will support early childhood professionals as leaders, leverage local resources and community connections, and foster changes in teaching practice. During each session, we will explore, play, and learn in a variety of natural settings. Topics will emerge from the interests and needs of the group, and previous sessions have included: outdoor spaces, adult role, facilitating science learning, effective language and group management, benefits and risks, and establishing outdoor routines.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Ellen Moriarty
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
  • Observing & Assessing
  • How We Teach
  • What We Teach
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 24, 2021
9:00 am - 11:00 am
May 15, 2021
9:00 am - 2:30 pm
June 12, 2021
9:00 am - 2:30 pm
June 26, 2021
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Total Hours

15

Cost

$ 60.00

Contact Information

Ellen Moriarty
(802) 353-0919
elly@fwni.org

Additional Information

Please note, the April 24th and June 26th sessions will take place via Zoom, 9:00am-11:00am. The May 15th and June 12th sessions will take place in-person at Elizabeth's Park in Bradford, VT, 9:00am-2:30pm. The in-person sessions will be completely outside, and follow current CDC and VT state COVID guidance. Public restrooms are available. Participants should plan to bring a face covering, their own lunch, and water bottle. Please dress for the weather!

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