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Reading Strategies and Print-Rich Environments

35 mins

This webinar will provide an overview of Reading Stages, print-rich environments and the importance of Read aloud in Early Learning Environments.

Fine Motor Development and Emergent Writing

30 mins

This webinar will provide an overview of the stages of drawing and writing, and the importance of materials and manipulatives in programs.

Dealing with Difficult People

1 hr : 13 min

This webinar will present tools and techniques that will allow you to handle difficult conversations and difficult people with skill and confidence. Learn how to change the way you see and respond to them. Get control, keep control and gain cooperation in a nice way. Discover strategies that will help you reduce stress when faced with difficult situations.

Facilitation Skills for Meaningful Conversations

1 hr : 08 sec

This webinar will help you understand the role of a facilitator as different from a trainer, review the competencies of a successful facilitator and help to develop new facilitation tools (tips of the trade) for use in a variety of situations.

Ethics and the Role of the ECE

1 hr : 15 min

This workshop will review the major ethical concepts in human services and discuss how these relate to the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice from the College of Early Childhood Educators of Ontario. Many practical examples will be used to illustrate these concepts. Participants will also have the opportunity to reflect on the scope of practice of an ECE.

Supporting a Child’s Oral Language: Focusing on Talking and Listening Skills

49 mins : 49 sec

In this webinar you will learn about ... listening and speaking skills, early learning program criteria, multisensory skills and early learning, daily routines to support child communication, developmental milestones of language, screen time in a child’s life and best toys review.

Connecting Children to the Outdoors: The Importance of Natural Play (Part 1)

1 hr : 11 mins

In this workshop we will take a look at outdoor learning environments. The focus of the session will be on a return to nature when program planning, the use of natural materials and play spaces, curriculum brainstorming around bringing the learning outside. We will also be focusing on children’s storybooks that incorporate nature themes and natural play. Intended Audience: Childcare Staff, Supervisors of Childcare programs, Nursery School, Professionals in the Early Learning field, Recreation Programs, Kindergarten, private, and after school programs. This session will have ideas for all age groups (infants to school age settings).

Fusion Gardens in Playground Spaces (Part 2)

1 hr : 18 mins

In this session we will take a look at ways in which to Design outdoor spaces for children and create a fusion garden within the playground space. Resources will be provided for staff to gain knowledge around planting and planning for creative fusion spaces within playgrounds.

The Peel Early Learning Aboriginal Kit

39 mins : 53 Sec

Introducing Aboriginal materials and resources into the Early Learning Environment. Please note that there are two handbooks available to download. Please click on the title of the handbook that applies to your program in order to download the document. Child Care Handbook or Kindergarten Handbook

How to Hire an Independent Respite Worker

32 mins : 42 Sec

The CHAP/CDRCP Program is a registry of people who are willing to work with individuals with a developmental disability including autism and/or physical disability. This work may take place in the family home or in the community. This webinar will help guide you through the hiring process.