We offer monthly online courses for early childhood educators!
6:30 – 8:30 PM CST
*Free for teachers of our partner schools. Check with your director.
- All webinar courses are available for continuing education credit in Minnesota in Develop/MNCPD; and Illinois in Gateways.
- You MUST register and complete pre and post assessments to receive continuing education credit.
- Early registration fee is $25, which applies when you register by the end of the day on the Sunday before each webinar. Late registration fee is $35, which applies if you register one day prior to or the same day as the event.
- Our webinars are hosted using Zoom meeting rooms.
- For more information on continuing education credit areas and course descriptions click here
- You can also search for our courses in the Develop database: www.developtoolmn.org
October 19, 2021: De-Escalation Techniques For Early Childhood And Beyond
Learn how to capitalize on the power of your behavior when teaching behavior regulation. Use silent positive guidance strategies to teach listening the first time and other skills designed to prevent a child’s challenging behaviors. Visually scan and monitor the early childhood environment to anticipate and redirect potential misbehavior using silent strategies. Content created and exclusively owned by Behave Your Best, LLC. This is a level 1 course. Learn more & Register!
October 26, 2021: Bridge the Behavioral Gap Between Home and School (New course!)
Recognize children learn new skills more quickly when taught in the group setting and at home. Acknowledge that teachers are a key factor in communicating missing social and emotional skills to parents. Discover the 6 key components necessary for successful skill development in the group setting that can also be practiced at home. Content exclusively owned by Behave Your Best, LLC. This is a level 2 course. Learn more & Register!
November 16, 2021: Evaluate and Continuously Improve Your Behavior Guidance Strategies
In today’s changing world, strategies that may have worked in the past, or with one child may not be effective any longer, or with another child. The ability to evaluate and continuously improve behavior guidance strategies is an important skill for today’s early childhood providers. Figure out “what went wrong and what can I do next time?” Content exclusively owned by Behave Your Best LLC. This is a level 3 course. Learn more & Register!
December 14, 2021: Address Sharing, Turn Taking, Tattling, and More By Teaching Advanced Social Emotional Skills in the Group Setting (New course!)
After children learn basic social skills, there are many additional social skills that children need to be taught to be successful in group settings and school. We will outline our method for intentionally teaching social emotional skills such as turn taking, sharing, addressing tattling, and more!
January 11, 2022: Fight, Flight, Freeze No More!
January 25, 2022: Support Children’s Developing Emotional Control: Calming spaces not needed!
February 8, 2022: Teach Social Skills to Prevent or Replace Unwanted Behavior in the Group Setting
February 22, 2022: Promote Autonomy and Self-Regulation by Teaching Children to Make Choices
March 8, 2022: Prevent Burnout! Strategies To Remain Calm in The Face of Classroom Chaos
March 22, 2022: Teach Self-Regulation and Combat Impulsivity: Teach Children to Wait and Accept No (In A World That Values Immediacy)
April 12, 2022: Teach Children to Listen the First Time
May 10, 2022: Assessing Patterns of Avoidant Behavior in Children
June 14, 2022: Teach Infants Skills to Prevent Unwanted Toddler Behaviors
July 12, 2022: That Behavior Came Out of Left Field!