Tuesday, August 18, 2020 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM CDT
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Jamie Waldvogel, MS, BCBA

Behave Your Best! 



August 18, 2020 Teacher Webinar

Implement a Successful Nap Routine in the Group Setting

August 18, 2020 

6:30- 8:30 pm CST

Description: Prevent chaos at nap time by creating positive routines that will promote sleep. Review information on early childhood sleep norms. Discuss several examples of challenging behaviors that present at nap time. Learn and understand the skills that children need in order to be successful napping in the group setting. Develop plans to prevent challenging pre-nap behavior. Content exclusively owned by Behave Your Best, LLC.

It is recommended that all participants have also participated in our "Pretend You Are a Light Switch! for Educators" training

Our webinars are hosted using Zoom meetings rooms. You can download for free: zoom.us

Registration closes 8/16/20 at 11:59 pm CST.

You MUST complete the pre-test before or during the first 15 minutes of the webinar, and the post-test by Friday at 3 pm in order to receive continuing education credit in your state's registry.

You will be sent 3 emails after registration:
1) Pre test and link to join the webinar.
2) Post test immediately following the webinar.
3) PowerPoint, a certificate of completion and the recording of the event upon completion of all requirements.
*All materials will be sent via email. Make sure to watch for emails from Behave Your Best, and check your junk/bulk email.

This is a Level 1 course for MNCPD (MN) and Gateways (IL):
-Knowledge and Competency Framework Areas: II.C: Promoting Social and Emotional Development (2 Hours): MNCPD (MN)
-CDA Content Areas: Content Area III: Positive ways to support children’ social and emotional development (2 Hours): MNCPD (MN) and Gateways (IL)

**We are in the process of conducting research to improve our webinars. By entering this webinar, you certify that you are at least 18 years of age and consent to us looking at your responses to improve the questions we ask*