When: October 15, 2018 - October 29, 2018 

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Where: Online 

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The Institute for Education and Professional Development

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Nicole Miles

The Interpersonal Environment – Supporting Social Competence in Out of School Time Programs



 Course Description: 

By supporting the social and emotional development of school-age children, we are helping improve self-perception and social behavior.  An out of school time program that has a balance of activities and focuses on individual needs, reduces the incidence of at-risk behavior.  In this session, we will discuss guiding and supervision of social competency within a framework of the Seven Social Skill Clusters.  These clusters include community building, control, confidence, curiosity, coping, communication and conflict resolution.  Participants will reflect upon their current social environment, problem behavior, their role as an adult and the value of play.

After completing this course, participants will be able to: Evaluate the program’s social environment, reflect upon the seven social skills clusters children need to be socially competent and select goals designed to improve the program’s social environment.  


*Prerequisite for eduactors enrolling: This class will be taught in an online format which will require homework assignments, discussion boards and quizzes. In order to participate in this class, you must have a computer and speakers, high speed interenet, an email account and basic computer skills (using the internet, dowloading and attaching documents to an email and navigating the online platform's software.                  

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EEC Training Hours: 5

CEU: 0.5

QRIS Standard Alignment: Curriculum and Learning

Core Competency: 5: Learning Environments and Curriculum


*Refund Policy*

Refunds will only be made in the event that the course is cancelled.

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.