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  • Circle of Security
    6:00 PM-8:30 PM
    01/16/2020-02/06/2020

    715 Grandview Dr, Kalispell, MT 59901, USA

    715 Grandview Dr, Kalispell, MT 59901, USA

    In order for children to experience enhanced learning it is important for infant, toddler, and preschool staff members to have an understanding of attachment theory. The goal of the COS-C approach is to make the theory of attachment accessible to early educators.
    The ten-hour curriculum designed for parents works equally well for teaching child care providers about attachment offering an understanding of the:
    • Reciprocal relationship between attachment and exploratory systems;
    • Secure, insecure and disorganized attachment;
    • The need to move from behavioral approaches to seeing problem behaviors as communication regarding attachment needs;
    • How to respond sensitively to children’s cues that indicate their attachment needs and understand miscues as insecure strategies that children use to hide their needs;
    • Ways for adults to manage their own defensiveness around certain attachment needs.
    Another component of COS-C is to help teachers assess their relationships with specific children and develop a plan to enhance the security of the relationship when needed (Zero to Three, 2017).

    Cost: FREE

  • Pyramid Model: Montana Blended Module 1
    6:00 PM-9:00 PM
    01/16/2020

    715 Grandview Dr, Kalispell, MT 59901, USA

    715 Grandview Dr, Kalispell, MT 59901, USA
    This course will explore the first level of the Pyramid Model that promotes positive behavior. We will explore how a child’s challenging behavior is used as a means of communicating and getting his or her needs met. We will focus on the importance of building relationships with children, families and colleagues and how environments, schedules and routines play a critical role in supporting children’s social and emotional development and preventing challenging behavior. Prerequisite: Introduction to Pyramid Model on childcaretraining.org.
    This course is free for all participants.
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  • Circle of Security
    6:00 PM-8:30 PM
    01/23/2020-02/13/2020

    715 Grandview Dr, Kalispell, MT 59901, USA

    715 Grandview Dr, Kalispell, MT 59901, USA

    In order for children to experience enhanced learning it is important for infant, toddler, and preschool staff members to have an understanding of attachment theory. The goal of the COS-C approach is to make the theory of attachment accessible to early educators.
    The ten-hour curriculum designed for parents works equally well for teaching child care providers about attachment offering an understanding of the:
    • Reciprocal relationship between attachment and exploratory systems;
    • Secure, insecure and disorganized attachment;
    • The need to move from behavioral approaches to seeing problem behaviors as communication regarding attachment needs;
    • How to respond sensitively to children’s cues that indicate their attachment needs and understand miscues as insecure strategies that children use to hide their needs;
    • Ways for adults to manage their own defensiveness around certain attachment needs.
    Another component of COS-C is to help teachers assess their relationships with specific children and develop a plan to enhance the security of the relationship when needed (Zero to Three, 2017).

    Cost: FREE

  • Pyramid Model: Montana Blended Module 1
    6:00 PM-9:00 PM
    01/23/2020

    715 Grandview Dr, Kalispell, MT 59901, USA

    715 Grandview Dr, Kalispell, MT 59901, USA
    This course will explore the first level of the Pyramid Model that promotes positive behavior. We will explore how a child’s challenging behavior is used as a means of communicating and getting his or her needs met. We will focus on the importance of building relationships with children, families and colleagues and how environments, schedules and routines play a critical role in supporting children’s social and emotional development and preventing challenging behavior. Prerequisite: Introduction to Pyramid Model on childcaretraining.org.
    This course is free for all participants.
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  • Pyramid Model: Montana Blended Module 2
    6:00 PM-9:00 PM
    01/27/2020-02/03/2020

    1 14th Ave W, Polson, MT 59860, USA

    1 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.

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  • Circle of Security
    6:00 PM-8:30 PM
    01/30/2020-02/20/2020

    715 Grandview Dr, Kalispell, MT 59901, USA

    715 Grandview Dr, Kalispell, MT 59901, USA

    In order for children to experience enhanced learning it is important for infant, toddler, and preschool staff members to have an understanding of attachment theory. The goal of the COS-C approach is to make the theory of attachment accessible to early educators.
    The ten-hour curriculum designed for parents works equally well for teaching child care providers about attachment offering an understanding of the:
    • Reciprocal relationship between attachment and exploratory systems;
    • Secure, insecure and disorganized attachment;
    • The need to move from behavioral approaches to seeing problem behaviors as communication regarding attachment needs;
    • How to respond sensitively to children’s cues that indicate their attachment needs and understand miscues as insecure strategies that children use to hide their needs;
    • Ways for adults to manage their own defensiveness around certain attachment needs.
    Another component of COS-C is to help teachers assess their relationships with specific children and develop a plan to enhance the security of the relationship when needed (Zero to Three, 2017).

    Cost: FREE

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