- 15April 15, 2019Fun and Fancy Free Learning Center Toohttps://www.mtecp.org/registry/register.aspx?evid=5077551 14th Ave W, Polson, MT 59860, USA
This course will explore the second level of the Pyramid Model aimed at preventing challenging behavior. In Module 1 we learned about the importance of building positive relationships and designing supportive environments. This Module builds on what was learned in Module 1 by learning effective strategies, ideas and resources to teach children friendship skills, emotional literacy, development of empathy, impulse control and problem solving. Prerequisites: Introduction to the Pyramid Model (on childcaretraining.org) and Pyramid Module 1.
- 16April 16, 2019Flathead Valley Community College, Early Childhood Center (FVCC ECC)https://www.mtecp.org/registry/register.aspx?evid=507756715 Grandview Dr, Kalispell, MT 59901, USA
It’s a challenge to understand when children need extra support and where to go for additional resources. This course will help you discover ways to identify possible developmental delays, as well as, learning strategies to modify instruction to meet individual needs. Additionally, we will discuss strategies for partnering with families, other professionals, and community and national resources.
- 17April 17, 2019No events
- 18April 18, 2019Kootenai Valley Head Starthttps://www.mtecp.org/registry/register.aspx?evid=507758263 Indian Head Rd, Libby, MT 59923, USA
This course introduces providers to the statewide agencies and programs in Montana that support quality early care and education programs. The course also includes information on program quality. Topics include licensing requirements, child development, curriculum, environments, guidance, family partnerships and professionalism. This course is required for new directors within 90 days of hire or role change.Kootenai Valley Head Starthttps://www.mtecp.org/registry/register.aspx?evid=507759263 Indian Head Rd, Libby, MT 59923, USA
This course provides information to early childhood professionals regarding the Early Childhood system in MT. Early childhood practices that promote health, safety, professionalism and quality care and education are explained. Community resources to support early childhood professionals, families and children are presented.
This course is required for all new staff within 90 days of employment.
Cost: Free Event