Course Details

Course Open: No
Maximum Available Seats: 28
Seats Available: 3
Course Cancelled?: No
D75-19-249: Learning Through Play: Designing Centers for an Early Childhood Classroom
Early Childhood 2019/2020

Description: Have you ever wondered how to increase student independence in your early childhood classroom? Get ready to enliven your early childhood classroom environment through this hands-on interactive workshop! Learn how to foster student independence by applying early child development techniques when designing your instruction to meet the individual needs of your students. Learn how to plan intentional, experiential, developmentally and culturally appropriate practices when designing centers and work stations and watch your students become independent, lifelong learners. This course will also address the adult role in providing a safe and stimulating environment for the development of very young children and early learners. Teachers will learn how to design and implement quality instruction that includes a variety of methods, materials, and techniques for observing and tracking student behaviors. Teachers will be exposed to research based methods and materials to assist young children in the learning process. Participants will be expected to complete assignments, and show ongoing classroom evidence of district professional development content during follow up school support visits.Please note that this professional learning opportunity is designed specifically for staff members working with Early Childhood ( grades PreK- 2nd only) .

Allice Danner & Jodi Ader

Course Date & Location:
8:10 am to 3:00 pm
D75: 400 First Ave,3rd fl, New York NY 10010