Opening Doors: Supporting Children's Behavior in Early Learning Environments
100% of this training addresses the issues of "diverse learners"
- Review best practices for establishing children’s schedule and expectations for children and identify practical classroom management strategies that are universally beneficial to all children.
- Recognize when persistent challenging behavior necessitates further action, and understand the processes for providing support for children with persistent challenging behavior,
- Gain a greater understanding of specialists and other support services to create nurturing and responsive early childhood environments.
- Create a plan to establish productive relationships with families using principles of family-centered care.
The Institute for Education and Professional Development, Inc.
IEPD has master instructors who provide training, coaching and mentoring services. Each of the IEPD instructors receives training on adult learning principles, training design and delivery, and evaluation. All of the IEPD instructors have worked in the field of early childhood education, bringing their own experiences and "lessons learned" to the training.
Our trainings are fun, engaging, and are filled with important information and resources. We want to work with you, hear your stories, successes and challenges, and provide assistance to help you in your work.