Need FREE continuing education hours? Don’t want to travel? Pull up a comfortable chair and join us on the web!
These web-based sessions are for Early Childhood Professionals. The classes are offered once a month from October to May. Watch live or a recording up to a week after the live session. Click on the class below to register. Registration closes Sunday at Noon before class.
These classes are accepted in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Georgia and South Dakota.
New classes will start in October 2022. If you would like to receive email notifications of upcoming classes, please sign-up on our electronic mailing list.
Familiarize participants with the Early Childhood Health Outdoors Program. Learn new ideas to increase utilization of outdoor spaces.
Breastfeeding friendly practices in early care including practical steps to normalize breastfeeding for children and how to provide culturally appropriate breastfeeding support to families.
Cooking can help young children learn about food, practice basic math concepts as well as build language skills and self-confidence. In this presentation we will learn strategies to sucessfully incoporate cooking experiences into early childhood care.
Transitioning from one activity to the next can be a very challenging time for children and their providers. In this presentation, we will explore how to best support children with effective strategies for transitions and routines in their environment.
Children love reading books and what a better way to form relationships and have children learn than through a good book. This session will focus on three different resources that you can use as a jumpstart to several weeks' worth of lessons for the children in your care.
Spending time outside with children in natural environments can increase physical activity, connect families with one another, and connect children with nature. Join us to gain ways to integrate all curriculum areas during outdoor time.
An overview of neurochemistry, genetics and common neurodevelopmental manifestations associated with autism spectrum disorder.
During this session, caretakers will learn how our youngest learners develop and grow. Participants will discover how we can meet the diverse needs of all preschoolers. We will also discuss how trauma plays an impact on stunting young children's growth.