New CEU Courses

ED227 Supervision in Early Childhood Programs
MassBay Community College, Framingham

This course meets EEC Director I and II certificate requirements
This course studies child development from birth to pubescence with a focus on infancy through 6 years of age. Problems of discipline, sibling rivalry, development of responsibility, and social adjustment are covered. Practical applications of developmental theories are discussed, along with an observational component.

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Using the Massachusetts Early Learning Guidelines for Infants and Toddlers
Online course

The course outcome is for participants to gain an understanding of how the Massachusetts Early Learning Guidelines for Infants and Toddler serve to support their role as an infant/toddler educator. Participants will be able to use the Massachusetts Early Guidelines to gain a comprehensive view of infant and toddler development, access suggested supportive learning experiences, and develop an understanding of the importance of attachment and relationships in these early years. They will implement best practices as it relates to caring for infants and toddlers

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Children Under Stress

Researchers from the University of Michigan identified that stress in children ranks in the top five child health concerns (C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, 2010). Some stress is both normal and, in fact, healthy, as it gives us opportunities for growth, such as finding strategies to manage one’s fear of the dark. Stress in moderation supports the learning process as it can be motivating and increase productivity.   However, when traumatic stress causes imbalance in a child’s life, it can have life-long negative consequences.  In this course, we will identify some of the causes of traumatic stress in children, such as grief, illness, poverty, abuse, witnessing violence, and other traumatic events. Participants will learn more about the signs and causes of traumatic stress and strategies to help young children who are coping with trauma and stress.

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School Age Portfolios: Bringing Student Progress to Life
Online course

Discover the benefits of child portfolios and learn best practices for creating, maintaining, and using portfolios. Explore use of anecdotal records to deepen communication about child progress and strengthen your program’s support for each child. Engage in creative dialog and find strategies to incorporate portfolios and anecdotal data into your program without over-burdening the staff. Create an implementation plan for using portfolios and anecdotal data to improve child outcomes and strengthen your program.

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December 2016
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