CAHELP Guide of Professional Learning Courses

Building Teacher Resilience in a Preschool Classroom-How to Keep Your Cup Full EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

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This course will address the importance of self-care and building resilience. Working with students is rewarding, but it can also be exhausting. To keep up with the demands of dealing with challenging behaviors, working with families, and the day-to- day responsibilities of classroom/case management requires a full cup of resiliency. This course will provide you with simple strategies to help you keep your cup full. We will use reflective activities to help you determine the best plan for creating and maintaining balance in your personal and professional life.

Intended Audience

General early childhood education staff, early childhood special education teachers, paraprofessionals, and other service providers.


LCAP Priorities

Ɔ School Climate

¨ (442) 292-5094 x203 2 3:00 Hours

For more information or to register for this training, visit: Early Childhood Education: Designing Effective Classroom Environments EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

Safe, responsive, and nurturing environments are an important part of supporting the learning and development of young children. Well planned out classrooms help to prevent challenging behaviors and provide effective interventions for students with special needs. This 3-hour course is designed to assist participants in developing a classroom structure that will promote universal access for all young learners while supporting behavior management and incorporating developmentally appropriate practices. Participants will explore the classroom environment, focusing on the physical arrangement of the classroom, creating interest areas and visual boundaries. An overview of the environmental guidelines found in the California Preschool Curriculum Framework as well as from the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale – Revised (ECERS-R) will be provided. This course will explore the interconnected physical, social, sensory and temporal components of the classroom environment, along with adaptations to assist teachers in meeting the needs of students with special needs

Intended Audience

Early Childhood Special Education Teachers and Paraprofessionals, Gen Ed Early Childhood PK, TK and K Teachers and Paraprofessionals.

# VERONICA ROUSSEAU PROGRAM SPECIALIST ¨ (442) 292-5094 x231 2 3:00 Hours

LCAP Priorities

Ɔ School Climate, Pupil Engagement, Implementing State Standards, Course Access, Other Pupil Outcomes

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