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Q&A From: Early Childhood Science Inquiry is a Journey (Not a Series of Unrelated Activities): Learning from the Research, by Peggy Ashbrook

Q&A from, Early Childhood Science Inquiry is a Journey (Not a Series of Unrelated Activities): Learning from the Research, by Peggy Ashbrook We were fortunate to have Peggy Ashbrook present a webinar  about,  Early Childhood Science Inquiry on July 27, 2016. Many of the participants had questions that we were unable to ask Peggy.  She 

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from University of Oklahoma

— Build your professional development portfolio with CEUs — Attendees of our webinars and those who watch our recordings can apply for and purchase Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from the University of Oklahoma Center for Early Childhood Professional Development with just a couple of clicks.  You can earn .2 CEUs for each webinar. The cost

Confirmation of attendance emails: An important part of your professional development portfolio!

Fran Simon, M.Ed, Producer, Early Childhood Investigations If you've taken our webinars before, you may have noticed that our webinar system sends you a lot of email! You receive one to confirm your registration, up to three reminders, and one after the webinar that either confirms that you have either attended or did not attend

Webinars as a part of a “Healthy Professional Development Diet”

by Fran Simon, M.Ed. Chief Engagement Officer, Engagement Strategies, LLC. Producer of Early Childhood Investigations It probably comes as no surprise to you that I think webinars are great! But, let’s be honest, nothing will ever replace ongoing, professional development presented in person. Webinars offer great promise when used as part of what I call

Q&A from, Connecting Early Literacy to Health- Healthy Growing Bodies and Able Young Readers, by Vera Meyerholtz

  We were fortunate to have Vera Meyerholtz present a webinar, Connecting Early Literacy to Health on April 20, 2016, sponsored by Nemours BrightStart!. Many of the participants had questions that we were unable to ask Vera.  She was kind enough to answer them and they are posted below.  Here is a link to the

Q&A from, Coming to Terms: How to Effectively Use Contracts and Policies, by Tom Copeland

We were fortunate to have Tom Copeland present a webinar  about, How to Effectively Use Contracts and Policies on April 6, 2016. Many of the participants had questions that we were unable to ask Tom.  He was kind enough to answer them and they are posted below.  Here is a link to the recording: Coming

Q&A from Anti-Bias Approach to Early Childhood Leadership: Beyond Books and Pictures, by Lindsey Allard Agnamba and Je’Kendria Trahan

We were fortunate to have Lindsey Allard Agnamba and Je’Kendria Trahan present a webinar on Anti-Bias Approach to Early Childhood Leadership: Beyond Books and Pictures on March 23, 2016. Many of the participants had questions that we were unable to ask the presenters.  They were kind enough to answer them and they are posted below. 

Q&A from, Managing Legal Risks in Early Childhood Programs, by Tom Copeland

We were fortunate to have Tom Copeland present another information-packed and fast-paced webinar, Managing Legal Risks in Early Childhood Programs on January 20, 2016. Many of the participants had questions that we were unable to ask Tom.  He was kind enough to answer them and they are posted below.  Here is a link to the

Q&A from: ECE Program Quality: Your Leadership Role in Pushing the Boundaries, by Laura Henry

We were fortunate to have Laura Henry present a webinar  about ECE Program Quality: Your Leadership Role in Pushing the Boundaries on June 10, 2015. Many of the participants had questions that we were unable to ask Laura.  She was kind enough to answer them and they are posted below.  Here is a link to the recording:  ECE

The Eight Qualities You Need To Be a True Early Childhood Leader

By Guest Blogger, Jennifer Carsen Whether you're an ECE program leader or staff member, you may see yourself as an agent for change who views high-quality early childhood programs as an antidote to economic and social injustice. We hope so, anyway! In order to position yourself effectively in this role, says Maurice Sykes, you must