Ready to Learn Workshops
WORKSHOP SCHEDULE FOR CHILD CARE PROVIDERS 2017-2018
Our Mission is to empower and engage child care providers by providing top-notch training with hands-on activities and developmentally appropriate resources to better the lives of children and families in our area. Providers will have the materials and ideas to put into practice current child development theories. Handouts include picture books, resource books, and educational materials. Please register on www.occrra.org. Schedule is subject to change. Questions? Call Debi Thevenin 937-220-1708, email@example.com or Tina Spaulding at 937-220-1670, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Supporting Social & Emotional Development - 2 hours
This is hosted at the Edcamp site. Participants will be able to identify multiple strategies that can be used to build positive relationships with young children and to help young children cope with separation anxiety.
ENCOURAGING LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT IN INFANTS AND TODDLERS – 2 HOURS.
se the environment as well as activities to encourage language development in the very youngest children. Use specific activities to include parents in the learning and teaching of language. This includes story books for your library.
Reducing Stress and Building Resilience – 2 hours
This workshop will help early childhood educators and providers to identify personal stress triggers and develop strategies to cope with stress and practice mindfulness. Participants will also practice multiple teaching strategies that will support young children’s self-regulation skills and positive social behaviors.
Teaching Persistence – 2 hours
This workshop for early childhood educators and providers will focus on multiple teaching strategies that will support young children’s persistence in carrying out challenging tasks including self-help skills such as buttoning, tying and zipping.
STEM Everywhere Every Day – 2 hours
Everyday routines can provide wonderful opportunities to incorporate stem (science, technology, engineering and math) learning into a child’s day in meaningful and relevant ways. Explore resources and strategies that will engage young children in age-appropriate, stem-related activities that connect to everyday routines.
**Ohio Approved is the new Step Up Approved. It includes all Step Up requirements as well as Ohio Dept. of Education requirements. As of July 1, 2017, all providers needing to fulfill Step Up requirements for Star rating will need to get Ohio Approved hours.
9:00AM – 1:00PM
Won't You be My Neighbor? Supporting Social Emotional Development - Fairborn | Greene County
10:30AM – 12:30PM
Teaching Persistence ORTL 2 - Dayton | Montgomery County
6:30PM – 8:30PM
Reducing Stress and Building Resilience ORTL 1 - Xenia | Greene County
10:30AM – 12:30PM
Reducing Stress And Building Resilience ORTL 1 - Springfield | Clark County