Live and recorded events to help educators grow professionally
December 10th, 2020, 4:00pm - 5:00pm ET
As children are spending more time at home, are you looking for how to best support your families to continue engaging with their young children and keep learning at home? Join us for a workshop to learn tips and strategies you can use to support families. Specifically we'll cover:
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November 19th, 2020
Did you miss your opportunity to join us to learn strategies for using child assessment data to set goals with teachers? Making sense of assessment data and using it to reflect on teaching practices can help teachers grow and improve. In this workshop we focused on the following topics:
November 12th, 2020
Did you miss your opportunity to join us to learn about using child assessment data to inform instruction? For early childhood teachers, understanding each child's unique development is essential to helping children learn. But often times the data we've collected feels hard to use. Using the COR Advantage assessment as a guide, in this workshop we focused on the following topics:
October 29th, 2020
Did you miss your opportunity to join us to learn strategies and tips for hosting successful family conferences during COVID-19? Whether your conferences will be virtual, over the phone, or from 6-feet apart, family conferences are an important relationship-building milestone. In this workshop we focused on the following topics:
More Past Events
Round Table Discussion: Reflecting on The Start of the Year
Did you miss your opportunity to learn and reflect about the start of the school year? Check out the recorded session of a discussion around the following topics:building relationships with families, understanding learning at home, and establishing safe learning environments.
Supporting Children with Special Needs At Home
Did you miss your opportunity to learn about supporting children with special needs at home? Check out the recorded session to learn from a distinguished panel about tips and strategies that educators can share with families. Topic discussed include designing consistent routines, individualizing lessons based on children’s cues, addressing behaviors, and providing therapy remotely.
Administrators and Coaches: Strategies for Supporting Your Staff Remotely
Did you miss your opportunity to learn about supporting your staff remotely? Check out the recorded session to learn strategies for building trust, communicating, and setting expectations shared by two current early childhood administrators, Beth MeLampy and Eva Hatfield.
Supporting Families of Infants and Toddlers
Did you miss your opportunity to learn about supporting families of infants and toddlers at home? Check out the recorded session with HighScope Early Childhood Specialists to learn strategies that educators can use to encourage active learning for infants and toddlers at home and be sure to check out the resources page to find all the handouts mentioned.
Workshop: Informing and Engaging Families to Sustain Early Learning at Home
Did you miss your opportunity to learn about supporting families with at-home learning? Check out the recorded session with the COR Advantage team to learn strategies that educators can use to engage and empower families as well as ways to maintain relationships with children and families during school closures.