CHILD CARE SUPPORT NETWORK Professionalism Trainings

Below are the training titles and descriptions for each CCSN Professionalism 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.

 

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Volume 4, No. 11 Training & Certificate

 

Beating Burnout: Child Care Providers Play Crucial Role

Working with children means that stress is unavoidable. However, it IS possible for readers to manage stress, and not allow stress to control you. Key points include: signs of burnout; tips on avoiding burnout; and suggestions to reducing stress.

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Professionalism

0411CESV
$3.50
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Volume 4, No. 11 Answer Key

0411CEAV
$1.50
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Volume 6, No. 11 Training & Certificate

 

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.

Age Group: Toddler, Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Professionalism

0611CESV
$3.50
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Volume 6, No. 11 Answer Key

0611CEAV
$1.50
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Volume 7, No. 6 Training & Certificate

 

Using Social Media in the Classroom

Starting a venture like Facebook can be daunting, but when used effectively, it offers opportunities to showcase students, school activities, and to engage parents and families. The NAEYC points out that, "Technology and interactive media are here to stay." Therefore, the key lies in determining "how" to use it and "when" to use it.

Age Group: Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Professionalism

0706CESV
$3.50
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Volume 7, No. 6 Answer Key

0706CEAV
$1.50
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Volume 8, No. 7 Training & Certificate

 

The Role of Coaching & Mentoring

Early childhood professionals typically need training in areas such as child development and a host of health and safety concerns. These are admirable objectives for learning more about child care, but effective coaching and mentoring can enhance learning opportunities for building staff skills.

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

Core Knowledge Area: Professionalism

0807CESV
$3.50
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Volume 8, No. 7 Answer Key

0807CEAV
$1.50
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Volume 8, No. 10 Training & Certificate

 

Staff Motivation: Helping Teachers Enjoy their Work

Listening to what teachers need from their directors can be a superficial endeavor … or it can be one that deepens understanding and broadens possibilities. The end result is a more stable, committed staff.

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

Core Knowledge Area: Program Management

0810CESV
$3.50
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Volume 8, No. 10 Answer Key

0810CEAV
$1.50
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Volume 9, No. 8 Training & Certificate

 

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.

Age Group: Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Learning Environment & Curriculum

0908CESV
$3.50
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Volume 9, No. 8 Answer Key

0908CEAV
$1.50
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Volume 9, No. 12 Training & Certificate

 

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.

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

Core Knowledge Area: Professionalism

0912CESV
$3.50
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Volume 9, No. 12 Answer Key

0912CEAV
$1.50
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Volume 10, No. 9 Training & Certificate

 

The Professional Early Childhood Teacher

This training centers around the question: What makes a professional teacher? Key points addressed are the qualifications of a teacher and the engagements they make. Furthermore, why one enters the field and what they should expect are questions that are also addressed.

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

Core Knowledge Area: Professionalism

1009CESV
$3.50
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Volume 10, No. 9 Answer Key

1009CEAV
$1.50
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