CHILD CARE SUPPORT NETWORK VOLUME 6 2-Hour Full Service TRAININGS

Below are the training titles and descriptions for each Volume 6 CCSN 2 hour training. After you have determined which trainings you are interested in ordering, select the number of tests and answer keys you will need for each. Only one answer key is needed for each training per facility. Each test includes a certificate of completion per child care staff.

 

Follow the links below to view CCSN trainings from each volume.

 

View Volume 1 | View Volume 2 | View Volume 3

View Volume 4 | View Volume 5 | View Volume 7 | View Volume 8

View Volume 9 | View Volume 10 | Volume 11

 

**Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Order online for faster service.

 

Important Publisher's Note: Reproduction of Tests and Certificates of Completion may VOID your training hours.

 

**Please note, certificates are NOT mailed with the trainings. Certificates will be issued upon completions of the tests. Once you send us the completed tests, we will correct them and issue a certificate.

Description
PRICE
COURSE ID

Volume 6, No. 1

 

Culturally Competent Child Care

This training explains the importance of cultural sensitivity, the stages of racial awareness in young children, and it encourages cross-cultural activities – including describing several of them.

KY: CDA- 6, Core- 3, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Family Relationships; Cultural & Racial Diversity

0601C2EV
$10.00
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Volume 6, No. 2

 

Respect and Manners: Putting it into Practice

There truly is magic in manners. Words like "please" and "thank you" cause people around us to feel respected and appreciated. It is incumbent upon child care professionals to pass this magic onto the children in their care. This training shows how.

KY: CDA- 3, Core- 1, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Toddler, Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Social & Emotional Development; Guidance, Discipline, Interactions

0602C2EV
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Volume 6, No. 3

 

Academic Versus Intellectual Learning

This training discusses the pros and cons of academic and intellectual learning for preschool-age children. While nobody argues against academic learning – ultimately – the training postulates that young children learn best through hands-on, playful activities that involve multiple senses. These are examples of intellectual learning.

KY: CDA- 1, Core- 4, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Learning Environment & Curriculum

0603C2EV
$10.00
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Volume 6, No. 4

 

Addressing Child Sexual Abuse

This training explains the risk factors of abuse, how to recognize physical and sexual abuse, how to report suspected abuse and neglect, and recommendations are presented for addressing sexual abuse issues in a child care setting.

KY: CDA- 1, Core- 2, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Child Abuse; Health & Safety; Observation & Assessment

Not Approved in North Carolina

0604C2EV
$10.00
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Volume 6, No. 5

 

Healthy Eating for Children

It may appear to be a daunting task, but getting a young child to eat healthy often isn't as difficult as it seems. In fact, the toddler years are a perfect age to instill good eating habits. This training explains how.

KY: CDA- 1, Core- 2, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Toddler, Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Health, Safety & Nutrition

0605C2EV
$10.00
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Volume 6, No. 6

 

Mastering the Toilet: Tips Toward a Toddler's Independence

It's true that toilet training can be an emotionally charged, frustrating time. However, parents and child care staff that work together can make this often-difficult time go at least a little more smoothly.

KY: CDA- 1, Core- 8, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Toddler, Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Family Relationships; Infant & Toddler Development

0606C2EV
$10.00
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Volume 6, No. 7

 

Effect of Artificial Substances on Behavior

A child's behavior is affected by many factors. Much less known is the effect that certain foods can have on children's behavior. While there are other substances that can impact behavior or cause adverse physical effects, the principle additives addressed in this training are artificial food colorings and so-called "bad" sugars.

KY: CDA- 3, Core- 2, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Toddler, Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Health, Safety & Nutrition

0607C2EV
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Volume 6, No. 8

 

Gender Differences in Learning

While it is important to never lose sight of individual differences, gender-based learning is widely accepted, and understanding gender differences can help close achievement gaps and increase teachers' effectiveness. Activities and recommendations are presented for understanding and implementing gender differences in learning in the classroom.

KY: CDA- 2, Core- 1, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Guidance, Discipline, Interactions

0608C2EV
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Volume 6, No. 9

 

The Importance of Parents as Partners

This training presents recommendations that have proven effective in building trusting relationships with parents. They include: accept that parents know their child better than anyone else, and, be honest and admit mistakes. In addition, strategies are offered to help defuse tense situations between parents and teachers, such as: avoiding blame, remaining focused on the problem at hand, and others.

KY: CDA- 4, Core- 6, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Family Relationships

0609C2EV
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Volume 6, No. 10

 

Disciplining Children at Different Ages

There are as many ideas about how to discipline children as there are teachers and parents. However, it is always important to match the disciplinary approach to the child's age. Children will respond to certain methods more readily at certain developmental stages than others. The training presents both general observations, and specific recommendations for the classroom.

KY: CDA- 3, Core- 1, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Toddler, Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Guidance, Discipline, Interactions

0610C2EV
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Volume 6, No. 11

 

The Impact of Technology

Technology is a tool that can provide another way for children to learn and make sense of their world. Computers can be used in developmentally appropriate ways that are beneficial to children – or they can be misused. The key lies in finding the balance. This training suggests how to do just that.

KY: CDA- 6, Core- 3, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Toddler, Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Professionalism

0611C2EV
$10.00
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Volume 6, No. 12

 

Sign Language for All

Teaching sign language, whether it's done informally, through ASL, or both, is a developmentally appropriate practice that promotes acceptance of differences and allows for hands-on language learning in children's early years.

KY: CDA- 3, Core- 4, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Curriculum; Language Development; Special Needs

0612C2EV
$10.00
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