September 14, 2019
at Pelham Road Baptist Church, Family Life Center
1108 Pelham Road, Greenville.
Sign In 8:00-8:30 a.m.
Training 8:30-2:00 p.m.
Bring your own lunch and drinks, paper and pen, and please bring your membership receipt.
You will select a morning session and an afternoon session upon arrival by going to the assigned classrooms.
Jenn Moon Adams: 2.5 Hours Curriculum
Process vs. Product
Participants will explore the learning and development that occurs for children in a “process” versus “product” learning environment.
Andrea Cureton: 2.5 Hours Growth & Development
Responsive Caregiving as an Effective Practice to Support Children’s Social and Emotional Development
This session will provide the opportunity for participants to have a clear and accurate understanding of supporting the child socially and emotionally and be able to apply social and emotional teaching strategies to the child’s needs.
Palmetto Shared Services Alliance: Susan Kear 2.5 Hours Child Guidance
What Do I Do When Children Do That?
Participants will look at challenging behavior in the classroom to seek ways to change the environment and expectations of the adults. Participants will learn methods, ideas, and transitions to try on Monday!
Jan Peterson: 2.5 Hours Curriculum
Physical Activity: Infant & Toddler Musical Exercise
During the infancy and toddler years is the time the brain is developing pathways and connections to the muscles. Exercise is important for infants and toddlers as it will help strengthen brain and muscle connections that make physical activity easier and more enjoyable. The physical activity will strengthen muscles and bones and helps develop coordination and movement skills. If children enjoy exercise at a very young age they will be more active as adults. Come discover musical ways to enhance physical activity of the very young.