500 West Fourth St., Suite 202
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
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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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Stokes Partnership-Children, 151 Jefferson Church Rd, King, NC 27021, United States

August 2019

PLC: Professional Learning community

Free

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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NC Preschool Pyramid Model: Module 1 of 11 Understanding the Foundations for Early Learning and Development

$10.00

This training is a series of 11 modules focused around effective teacher practices supporting the NC Foundations for Early Learning. In this, training teachers will learn strategies and information focused around NC Foundations for Early Learning, Formal Assessment, as well as modules on teaching practices that support children’s emotional-social development. Presenter: Shanda Cox, Child Care Resource and Referral Coordinator Cost: $10.00 2.0 out 22.0 DCDEE Contact Hours once all sessions completed (All modules are listed on Stokes County training calendar) Deadline…

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September 2019

Conscious Discipline Module 1 of 10

$10.00

This newly expanded and updated 10-session course with Dr. Becky Bailey will equip educators with a foundational understanding of the Conscious Discipline Brain State Model. It will help teachers create safe, connected and problem- solving environments that allow adults and kids to function in their optimal brain state. Teachers will be given a participant workbook, which will help with self-reflection and understanding of how to use Conscious Discipline in their classroom environment. Presenter: Shanda Cox, Child Care Resource and Referral…

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They’re Sad, Not Bad: Understanding How Trauma Affects Early Brain Development

$5.00

Science is just beginning to understand how early childhood experiences affect health, development, and behavior as the child grows. Is it nature or nurture? Research shows that it is a combination of genetics as well as early experiences that are essential for healthy development and problem solving skills. This workshop will explore the effects of trauma on the developing brain, especially in infancy and early childhood, what those effects can look like in terms of behavior, and how to help…

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Fire Safety

$5.00

This workshop will focus on the state requirements for childcare and after-school program compliance for fire safety including exit drills, evacuation procedures and use of fire extinguishers. Presenter: Stokes County Fire Marshalls Office Cost: $5.00 2.0 DCDEE Contact Hours Deadline to register: 9/12/19 Sessions offered in counties other than Forsyth County may have different registration requirements. Please read training summaries and follow registration guidelines for that specific training. Registration information links are listed below each training session   Stokes Partnership…

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What Every Baby Needs: *Inf/Tod Recognition eligible.

$5.00

Everything in a baby’s world happens in steps and stages. It is important to appreciate each stage as it occurs and provide the support and guidance needed to allow a successful journey through each one. This training will offer suggestions of what types of materials support learning at the different stages. You will gain insight on the benefits of providing babies with ample time and space to master a skill before moving on to start practicing a new one and…

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October 2019

Language Development and Communication in Infants and Toddlers: What Are They Talking About? *Inf/Tod Recognition eligible.

$5.00

It starts with crying, cooing, and babbling, and then you finally hear it, their first words! Sharing those language milestone moments can be some of our best experiences as infant and toddler teachers. During this workshop you will learn more about the development of language and communication for children birth to three; the research that links relationships to language learning in the first three years; and strategies to support development in this domain for all infants and toddlers, including dual…

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Resilience: Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope Film screening and discussion

$5.00

Researchers have recently discovered a dangerous biological syndrome caused by abuse and neglect during childhood. As the new documentary Resilience reveals, toxic stress can trigger hormones that wreak havoc on the brains and bodies of children, putting them at a greater risk for disease, homelessness, prison time, and early death. While the broader impacts of poverty worsen the risk, no segment of society is immune. Resilience, however, also chronicles the dawn of a movement that is determined to fight back.…

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Temperament of Infants and Toddlers: Understanding and Supporting Individual Differences *Inf/Tod Recognition eligible.

$5.00

We all have our own way of adapting and responding to the world around us. Are you distractible or persistent, sensitive or easy going? These characteristics describe temperament. During this workshop, we will learn about nine temperament traits and three large categories used to describe most infants and toddlers. Strategies on how to care for children based on their temperament type will be shared. We will also discuss the “goodness of fit” between your own temperament and the infants and…

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November 2019

PLC: Professional Learning Communities All Ages

Free

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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December 2019

Make it, Take it: Wishing Well

$5.00

In this training, participants will learn about the importance of building relationships with the children and families they serve daily and get to make a “Wishing Well” to use in their classrooms! This make it, take it activity allows children and teacher the opportunity to build a home school connection as well as a school community. At the end of this training, teachers will have made a visual tool of their very own to use, as well as learned the…

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January 2020

PLC Professional Learning Communities All Ages

Free

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…

Find out more »

February 2020

Resilience: Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope Film screening and discussion

$5.00

Researchers have recently discovered a dangerous biological syndrome caused by abuse and neglect during childhood. As the new documentary Resilience reveals, toxic stress can trigger hormones that wreak havoc on the brains and bodies of children, putting them at a greater risk for disease, homelessness, prison time, and early death. While the broader impacts of poverty worsen the risk, no segment of society is immune. Resilience, however, also chronicles the dawn of a movement that is determined to fight back.…

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March 2020

Fire Safety

$5.00

This workshop will focus on the state requirements for childcare and after-school program compliance for fire safety including exit drills, evacuation procedures and use of fire extinguishers. Presenter: Stokes County Fire Marshalls Office Cost: $5.00 1.5 DCDEE Contact Hours Deadline to register: 3/9/19 Sessions offered in counties other than Forsyth County may have different registration requirements. Please read training summaries and follow registration guidelines for that specific training. Registration information links are listed below each training session   Stokes Partnership…

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