School readiness is the first step to ensure that no matter where a child starts, it will not determine how far they can go. How can your high quality infant-toddler classrooms maximize learning? This highly interactive training looks at how Early Head Start programs can unlock children’s potential and provide them with a strong foundation for lifelong learning.
The first three years are critical in a child’s social and cognitive development. Responsive caregiving is the key to providing high quality infant/toddler care. Research shows that infants and toddlers who have been nurtured in caring, individualized environments produce the greatest positive outcomes.
We offer custom designed training will share practical strategies to provide responsive caregiving. We will clarify what school readiness means for programs serving infants and toddlers. Utilizing recent research on brain development and infant-toddler CLASS, caregivers will learn valuable skills to enhance the learning environment. Participants will engage in hands-on activities to strengthen their capacity to provide high quality teacher-child interactions.
This on-site, practice-based training will include:
- The Early Head Start expectations regarding school readiness for infants and toddlers;
- Strategies to provide teacher-child interactions that are high quality and based on current brain research;
- How to design learning environments that promote cognitive development and foster social/emotional skills; and
- Opportunities to develop an action plan to increase awareness and responsiveness to all children within the classroom.
Are you looking for highly interactive & custom designed training on “Baby Steps to School Readiness” for your Early Head Start staff? Give us a call at (704) 451-3255 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.