February 1, 2018 through Febraury 18, 2018

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This training is a self-paced online training. 

Ipads, Iphones, Smart phones or tablets should not be used if paying by credit card

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The Institute for Education and Professional Development, Inc.

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Nicole Miles
Southeast Education Professionals Partnership

  Using the Massachusetts

Early Learning

Guidelines for Infants and Toddlers




 Course Description:   

The first three years of life are a time of rapid brain development and learning. Knowledge of how to support learning and put this into practice is critically important for infants and toddlers to reach their optimal potential. In this training, participants will review the foundational elements of infant and toddler care by exploring the Early Learning Guidelines (ELG) for Infants and Toddlers. This training will include an exploration of brain development, relationships, and learning activities designed to support the growth and development of infants and toddlers across domains by using the Early Learning Guidelines.

Course Objectives:
1. Identify the importance of brain development, relationships and partnerships for infant and toddler development and learning
2. Discuss the developmental domains 
3. Describe the structure of the guidelines
4. Outline learning activities to promote ease of use of the guidelines and understanding of this process

More Information

EEC Training Hours: 5

CEU: 0.5

QRIS Standard Alignment: Workforce Development and Professional Qualifications

Core Competency: Learning Environments and Curriculum

This training is funded in part by the Department of Early Education and Care              

and sponsored by the Southeast Education Professionals Partnership

Lead Agency - Child Development and Education, Inc.