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Professional Development Training

Child Care Resource Center has provided professional development for over 25 years. Our goal is to improve the quality of child care by offering high quality professional development opportunities for child care educators. Child Care Resource Center provides access to trainings throughout our region which includes Alleghany, Ashe, Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, Stokes, Surry, Wilkes and Yadkin Counties.

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February 2020

ONLINE- Classroom Rules and Behavior Expectations (Self Paced/On Demand)

February 1, 2020 @ 12:00 am - February 29, 2020 @ 12:00 am

Classroom Rules and Behavior Expectations   Creating rules seems easy enough, but are your rules doing enough for you? Rules should help make your job easier by telling the children the desired behaviors. Well-designed classroom rules are a critical component to any teaching toolkit and allow early educators to successfully manage their classrooms. This learning event is one of our proactive teaching strategies and developing a good set of rules will help early educators establish boundaries for the children. Participants in…

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March 2020

Stokes- Make it, Take it Sensory Bottles


In this training, participants will learn how to enhance the home/classroom setting by creating “Sensory Bottles”. This make it, take it activity allows children to learn skills related to calm breathing, as well as the ability to regulate their emotions. At the end of this training, teachers, parents, guardians will have made bottles of their very own to use as they create an environment that celebrates emotions and the ability to handle them in a calm and focused manner. Presenter:…

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Davidson- Partnering with Families to Address Challenging Behaviors: We are all in this together!

March 24, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Smat Start of Davidson County, 306 East US Highway 64
Lexington, NC 27292 United States
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When a child uses challenging behaviors at school, parents and teachers need to work together to address the issue. However, when discussing behavior problems parents often feel blamed by the teachers and teachers often feel unsupported by the parents. This session focuses on developing strategies and skills to make these conversations more productive for everyone…especially the child! Participants will learn how to set the stage for and successfully conduct these difficult conversations with parents. Presenter: Renae Lingafelt-Beeker, M.Ed., Behavior Specialist…

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Surry- Making Them Visible: Recognizing, Supporting, and Advocating for Children of Incarcerated and Returning Parents


Melissa Radcliff, program director at Our Children's Place of Coastal Horizons Center, will share what the program has learned about children of incarcerated and returning parents and work to create a community where they are acknowledged, supported, and encouraged to share their stories. Our Children's Place is a statewide program committed to the children of incarcerated and returning parents. They strive to be the leading North Carolina advocate and educational resource focused on these children and the need for a…

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April 2020

(CANCELLED) CCRC/WFRC- Teaching Strategies for Addressing and Preventing Challenging Behavior in Preschool Classrooms

April 13, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - April 14, 2020 @ 9:00 pm

Ever wonder what's the most important thing we should be teaching in preschool? While teaching shapes, colors, 1:1 counting skills, and alphabet and numeral recognition/formation is at the top of most teacher's lists, research shows that teaching children social emotional should be the focus of every curriculum plan. Instead of telling children what not to do, let's take time to teach children what to do! This session will identify tools and techniques teachers can use every day in their classroom…

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May 2020

Stokes- PLC Professional Learning Communities All Ages


Professional Learning Communities (PLC) process is defined by DHHS as “the concept or model of an ongoing process in which educators commit to working collaboratively to achieve better learning opportunities for the children they teach. DPI states, “The term professional learning community has become quite commonplace in education circles. The term describes a collegial group who are united in their commitment to an outcome. In the case of education, the commitment would be to student learning. The community engages in…

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