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12/8/2018 Infant & Toddler Institute: How The NH Early Learning Standards Can Help In Promoting Infant/Toddler Learning And Development Through Play, Exploration, and Responsive Interactions

Child Care Aware of NH, a CCR&R Program of SNHS

Saturday, December 8, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM (EST)

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2018 Infant & Toddler Institute: How The NH Early Learning Standards Can Help In Promoting Infant/Toddler Learning And Development Through Play, Exploration, and Responsive Interactions

Join Patricia Cantor for a full day of training as you delve into How The NH Early Learning Standards Can Help In Promoting Infant/Toddler Learning And Development Through Play, Exploration, and Responsive Interactions. During the morning session, What Does “Curriculum” Mean for Infants and Toddlers?, participants will discuss how curriculum for infants and toddlers means something very different than in a preschool or kindergarten classroom. For infant/toddler teachers, planning curriculum may sometimes seem an impossible task, especially if we define curriculum narrowly, in the sense of “lessons” with a clear beginning, middle, and end. That just doesn’t work with children under three! During the session, we will focus on key learning goals for infants and toddlers and how infant/toddler teachers can promote children’s learning and development. We will review how infants and toddlers learn, emphasizing the importance of responsive interactions and trusting relationships, which create the secure context in which learning happens. We will discuss the benefits of providing open-ended learning experiences that encourage infants and toddlers to explore, play, reason and problem solve. Together, we will identify the characteristics of environments, materials, and interactions that will engage infants and toddlers in joyful learning.

In the afternoon we will delve into Using the NH Early Learning Standards as a Resource for Promoting Infant/Toddler Learning and Development. The NH Early Learning Standards are a valuable resource. They can help us to understand infant and toddler development, including the ways in which culture may influence development. They can also serve as a guide for interacting with children under three and planning developmentally appropriate learning experiences. This session will review the key features of the NH Early Learning Standards, focusing on their relevance for infant/toddler teachers. We will consider how the NH Early Learning Standards can help teachers to scaffold children’s learning. Participants will practice using the NH Early Learning Standards to plan engaging learning experiences for infants and toddlers. We’ll also discuss how infant/toddler teachers can serve as a resource in conversations with families about their infants’ and toddlers’ learning and development.

 

Schedule of the Day:

8:30am-9:00am Registration

9:00am-12:00pm Welcome/AM Session- 'What Does "Curriculum" Mean'

12:00pm-1:00pm Lunch & Networking Time

1:00pm-4:00pm PM Session- 'Using the NH ELS as a Resource'

 

Core Knowledge Area:  Developing as a Professional

 

Date and Time:  December 8, 2018 from 8:30am-4:00pm

Trainer: Patricia Cantor, ECMPWT

Location: The Executive Court Banquet Facility, 1199 S. Mammoth Road, Manchester, 03109

 

Cost:

$50.00-Event plus Lunch

$70.00-Event, Lunch, and Book, "Make Early Learning Standards Come Alive: Connecting Your Practice and Curriculum to State Guidelines"

 

Child Care Aware of NH will be adding trainings taken through Eventbrite into the NH Professional Registry. If you register for this training, Child Care Aware of NH Staff will be adding this training to your registry record and you will have it available on your training transcript once you complete the training. You will receive a confirmation email from Eventbrite with your ticket that you are registered and will also receive an email from the Registry indicating that you are enrolled.  If you have questions about this, please contact our Professional Development Support Coordinator, Donna Lake, at 603-903-0830 or one of our local offices.

This event is being held at a minimal cost to participants and registration is online only. If you register and then are not able to attend, please contact Child Care Aware of NH and we will cancel your registration. Please note that registration fees are non-transferable and non-refundable. If you have questions about this event, please contact Child Care Aware of NH at (603) 903-0830 or 1-855-393-1731, ext. 32. Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a ticket. Please bring this ticket to the event upon sign-in. For more information about our services visit http://www.nh.childcareaware.org or visit our agency site at www.snhs.org. Check us out on Facebook at Child Care Aware of NH: The Most Trusted Resource for Providers. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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The Executive Court Banquet Facility
1199 S. Mammoth Road
Manchester, NH 03109

Saturday, December 8, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM (EST)


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Child Care Aware of NH is a CCR&R program that provides services to families and early childhood educators throughout New Hampshire. For more information on our services visit our website at www.nh.childcareaware.org or visit our agency site at http://www.snhs.org or "Like Us" on Facebook at Child Care Aware of NH: The Most Trusted Resource for Providers.


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