CHILD CARE SUPPORT NETWORK VOLUME 9 2-Hour Full Service TRAININGS

Below are the training titles and descriptions for each Volume 9 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 6 | View Volume 7

View Volume 8 | View Volume 10 | Volume 11

 

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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 9, No. 1

 

Health & Safety: Precautions and Pathogens

What role does understanding precautions and pathogens play in helping prevent the spread of disease and infection among the children in your care? What are the various types of pathogens? This training addresses these and other related matters.

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

Age Group: Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Health & Safety

0901C2EV
$10.00
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Volume 9, No. 2

 

Recognizing Childhood Language Disorders

This training is designed as an overview only to some of the language difficulties that early childhood professionals may encounter in the classroom. Regardless of the specifics, early intervention is critical.

KY: CDA- 7, Core- 5, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Special Needs; Child Growth & Development

0902C2EV
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Volume 9, No. 3

 

Teaching Science to Preschoolers

Young children spend much of their time trying to figure out how the world works. It should come as no surprise then, that young children develop foundational competence in science long before they begin formal schooling. To some preschool teachers' surprise, they ARE uniquely qualified to teach science to preschool-age children!

KY: CDA- 2, Core- 4, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Toddler, Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Learning Environment & Curriculum

0903C2EV
$10.00
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Volume 9, No. 4

 

Guidelines & Strategies for Helping Children with Autism

The importance of observation, diagnosis, and early intervention has been covered in greater detail in previous trainings on this topic. As a result, the majority of this training focuses on specific guidelines and strategies to assist teachers caring for children with autism.

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

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Special Needs; Child Growth & Development

0904C2EV
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Volume 9, No. 5

 

Handling Challenging Behaviors

When children understand what is expected and are provided with the opportunity and support to engage in appropriate behaviors, they are more likely to choose to act in a positive manner, thus reducing the likelihood of using challenging behaviors.

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

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Guidance, Discipline, Interactions

0905C2EV
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Volume 9, No. 6

 

Creating Project & Age-appropriate Activities

This training takes a look at some general age-appropriate activities and examines how a project approach for toddlers and preschool-age children can prove useful in your classroom.

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

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Child Growth & Development

0906C2EV
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Volume 9, No. 7

 

The Importance of Personality Preferences

Children are most comfortable when they can use their learning preferences. Even though they can learn to operate outside of their preferences, it takes more effort, which can hamper their learning. As a result, it is vital for teachers to better understand children's temperament and personality styles early on.

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

Age Group: Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Guidance, Discipline, Interactions

0907C2EV
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Volume 9, No. 8

 

Creating Effective Lesson Plans for Preschoolers

The most effective child care programs have a clear focus of what they want to each. Clearly defined objectives help teachers and families know exactly what a program is trying to accomplish, and what skills are being measured.

KY: CDA- 2, Core- 4, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Learning Environment & Curriculum

0908C2EV
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Volume 9, No. 9

 

Establishing Effective Relationships with Parents

According to the U.S. Department of Education, students whose parents are actively involved in their education have better grades, test scores, and long-term academic achievement. As a result, open communication and creation of a partnership between parents and teachers is vital.

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

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

Core Knowledge Area: Family Relationships

0909C2EV
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Volume 9, No. 10

 

Alternatives to Saying 'No'

It isn't realistic to keep a young child from being negative all of the time. However, there are a number of strategies that teachers and parents can use to help calm children (and themselves for that matter) during the difficult "no" years.

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

Age Group: Toddler, Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Guidance, Discipline, Interactions

0910C2EV
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Volume 9, No. 11

 

Respecting Different Cultures

Race and ethnicity is an admittedly tricky subject to discuss, but when teachers sidestep the issue and selectively ignoring children's natural curiosity, we actually "teach" them that some differences are not acceptable. By failing to attach positive value to certain differences, we leave children to absorb the biases of society. Given the often negative biases and prejudices, do we really want to risk doing that?

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

Age Group: Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Family Relationships; Cultural & Racial Diversity

0911C2EV
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Volume 9, No. 12

 

Effective Leaders = Good Employees & Programs

An effective child care program is best managed by a child care director who effectively leads, relates to, and communicates with staff members. Effective leadership, teamwork, relationships, and communication are the hallmarks of an effective child care program.

KY: CDA- 5, Core- 7, Lvl- 1

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

Core Knowledge Area: Professionalism

0912C2EV
$10.00
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