Tuesday, February 23, 2021 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM CST
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Shanna Nseumen, BS, BCaBA
Behave Your Best, LLC



Teach Infants Skills to Prevent Unwanted Toddler Behavior

February 23, 2021 

6:30- 8:30 pm CST

Description: Discover skills to focus on teaching infants before they develop unwanted patterns of behavior as toddlers. Help children use gestures to express feelings, needs, and desires. Understand the importance of infants developing independence in play and sleep. This content is exclusively owned by Behave Your Best, LLC.
Registration closes at 12 PM CST on 2/23/21.

It is recommended that you have completed  "Pretend You Are a Light Switch! for Educators" prior to this training.

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)
  • CDA Content Areas: III: Content Area III: Positive ways to support children’s social and emotional development

Our webinars are hosted using Zoom meeting rooms. 

All materials will be emailed to registrants. Make sure to check your junk/bulk folders. Registrants will receive 3 emails:
1) Pre test, Zoom link and passcode to join the webinar- delivered the evening prior to the webinar; or for late registrations- delivered after 1pm the day of the webinar.
2) Post test immediately following the webinar.
3) PowerPoint, a certificate of completion and the recording of the event sent within 10-12 days following the webinar; upon completion of all requirements.All materials will be emailed to registrants. Make sure to check your junk/bulk folders.

To receive continuing education credit (Develop/Gateways):

  • Registrants need to complete a pre-test prior to or during the first 10 minutes of the webinar.
  • Post-test must be completed by 3 pm on the Friday following each webinar. Scores on post-tests need to be higher than scores on pre-test scores to earn continuing education credit. 
  • Trainer will provide a 4-digit numerical code, one digit at a time, throughout the webinar. Attendees need to make note of the code to enter it on the post-test, confirming active participation throughout the 2-hour webinar 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
  • Free for teacher of partner schools. Check with your director for a promo code.