• ONLINE EVENTS

    Live and recorded events to help educators grow professionally

  • Featured Event

    September 23rd, 2020 at 3:00 PM ET

    Connect with educators from all over the country to reflect on the success and challenges of the start of this year. Whether your program is in-person, virtual, or in a hybrid model, we hope you'll join our collaborative conversation as we discuss the following topics: building relationships with families, understanding learning at home, and establishing safe learning environments.

    Recorded Sessions

    Given the stresses of the 2020 year, children are re-entering learning environments with new mental health and emotional needs. Whether in-person, hybrid, or all virtual, children and families are relying on us to create spaces of stability and comfort. Join us for an amazing week of inspiration, collaboration, and practical strategies to learn how you can best support your children, teachers, and yourself this new school year.

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    September 1st, 2020

    2:00pm - 3:00pm ET

    In new learning environments and with less time in person with children, teachers will be asking families to help gain insights into children’s development. Join the COR Advantage team for a webinar to discuss how you can gain meaningful information about children’s development from families. This webinar will also include a technology demonstration of some features of COR Advantage to support with remote data collection.

    September 9th, 2020

    2:00pm - 3:00pm ET

    Without face-to-face home visits, drop-off and pick-up conversations, families in the classroom, or other traditional family engagement strategies, building relationships with children and families presents new challenges. If parents choose virtual learning, and interactions will be through some form of virtual access, how do we build a relationship with individual children and families, as well as between children enrolled in our programs? Join our friends at HighScope for a webinar to discuss strategies and tips for how you can scaffold relationships with children and families in non-traditional ways.

    May 21, 2020

    Did you miss your opportunity to join us for our online symposium, focused on the future of equity, inclusion and differentiated learning in early education. Stay tuned for recorded access to sessions exploring how we design our work to support all children, how we can support children who have experienced trauma, and insights from field leaders on what the future of early education might look like.

  • Past Events

    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.