En este módulo, los proveedores de cuidado infantil familiar explorarán la importancia de crear un ambiente que promueva la amabilidad y el respeto mutuos y que apoye la capacidad de los niños para autorregularse y cómo responder a los comportamientos que desafían nuestras habilidades y capacidades.

En este módulo, los proveedores de cuidado infantil familiar explorarán la importancia del desarrollo emocional social en los niños pequeños y cómo tener una fuerte conexión entre un cuidador y un niño puede facilitar este desarrollo.

INAEYC and Indiana Early Childhood Higher Education Forum invites you to participate in the Indiana Early Childhood Induction Project!

This project bridges what you have learned in school and on the job. You will be linked to an early childhood mentor and higher education expert where you will participate in a community of practice and mentoring activities. This project is linked to the T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® INDIANA Scholarship Program. A T.E.A.C.H. scholarship will be provided to both the Mentor and to the Mentee to advance their professional development!

Learn more

 

For more information, how to apply and how to be linked to a higher education expert, contact Mike Wiegmann, TEACH Advisor of Special Projects at mweigmann@inaeyc.org

Explore ways to build relationships with families in your program in this virtual training for Family child care providers connecting policies and program philosophy to support the inclusion and engagement of all families.

Explore the many right ways to create a functional, inviting, and high-quality care and learning environment in this virtual training for Family child care providers by describing the role of space, furniture, and materials in supporting multi-age play.

 

 

This module created by a family child care provider, will explore how to plan for science in your program through experiences with nature, thinking of the environment as a tool to allow young children to explore and investigate meaningful learning experiences.

This module created by a family child care provider, explores the importance of nature play for young children and how to foster scientific inquiry through hands-on experiences and exploration in the environment.

Sign up for the Better Together Collaborative!

Better Together is an eight-month learning opportunity that strives to increase the health, safety, nutrition, and physical activity policies and practices in your program. Go NAPSACC provides the framework for this Learning Collaborative, working through four Go NAPSACC modules together as a cohort over the eight-month program, including recorded trainings, peer-to-peer interactive Zoom sessions, and coaching. Better Together provides you the training hours required for Level 3 & Level 4 of Paths to QUALITY, Licensing, and CACFP.  Collaboratives will meet virtually for Learning Sessions 1-3 with a hybrid option for Learning Session 4.

Better Together requests that programs with three or more employees have three (3) people participate in the Collaborative. The training will fulfill CACFP, Paths to QUALITY, and Licensing requirements for all three participants. Additionally, programs completing the learning opportunity receive $500 to use as the program sees fit. The Collaborative begins in September, so don’t miss out!

Complete this short Google form by Wednesday, September 30th to apply, and a member of SPARK Learning Lab Support Team will contact you.

SPARK Learning Lab looks forward to welcoming you to the Collaborative!

 

In this module family child care providers will explore the idea of play as both a right and need for children’s development and learning, developing an understanding of the various types of play and how the provider’s role moves through a spectrum to best support the child’s play.

In this module family child care providers will explore the idea of play as both a right and need for children’s development and learning, developing an understanding of the various types of play and how the provider’s role moves through a spectrum to best support the child’s play.