webinars

Q&A from: Making Lemonade: Teaching Young Children to Think Optimistically, by Derry Koralek and Laura J. Colker

We were fortunate to have Derry Koralek and Laura J. Colker present a webinar based on their book Making Lemonade: Teaching Young Children to Think Optimistically on April 10, 2019. 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

THE DETAILS YOU NEED ABOUT CERTIFICATES AND RECORDINGS

Whether you watch recordings or you attend live webinars, here's what you need to know about certificates! If you have attended our webinars in the past, you know we spend A LOT of time talking about how you can obtain certificates or watch recordings. We know, it becomes redundant for those of you who attend

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 

Are You Ready To Lead?

By Guest Blogger, Jennifer Carsen Chief Chickie, Daycare in Demand It is no surprise that most ECE professionals are drawn to the work because of the children—the ability to positively influence young minds and lives during those first few crucial years. A strong affinity for working with children, however, doesn’t always (or even often) translate