Abracadabra! The Magic of Child Care
Earn 5 Clock Hours When You Pass Exam
Registration size 1-4 people: $34 per person
Registration size 5+ people: $29 per person
Watch the Recording at Your Leisure.
20 Sizzling Strategies for the 2 T’s: Tantrums & Tattling
Leading-edge solutions for common early childhood problems * Practical effective strategies for out-of-control behavior and melt-downs in toddlers and preschoolers * Awesome strategies to prevent and stop tattling in its tracks
How to Teach Children Classroom Rules So They Follow Them
Do you have some children who won’t follow the rules? Learn positive strategies that work * How to involve children in rule setting * Make teaching rules fun * How to sit in circle * How to walk and not run in the classroom * How to use a low voice instead of screaming * Learn these and much more.
Millennial Parents: How to Win Their Trust and Respect
The majority of parents today are millennials. Get the latest scoop on millennial parents. Learn the ins and outs of communicating. Discover what they typically value, and what they do not typically like. * Come away with strategies for success to have teamwork, cooperation, and win their respect.
Tricks of the Trade for the Fabulous Early Childhood Teachers
There are special “tricks of the trade” that take you from being good to fabulous * Learn awesome ways to be the best you can be & teach with passion, focus, fun, and caring * 5 ways to enhance learning * Inspire imaginative play * Take charge, yet have freedom within limits * Special ways to follow through and foster respect, caring, and self-confidence in children
Essential Must-Knows for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Discover hope with great strategies to help children with Autism. Get a better understanding of the different levels of Autism Spectrum Disorder and receive practical strategies for success for each level. * Must-knows to help children * Help children learn and succeed * Must know tools for repetitive behaviors * sensory processing * ways to help with communication & social skills
After viewing, pass a brief follow-up quiz for a 5-hour certificate. (Retake fee $5)
CDA CANDIDATES: This training can be applied toward the CDA formal early childhood training requirement of 120 hours.
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Martin Appelbaum has spent a lifetime dedicated to his objective to make a profound and positive difference in children's lives. In addition to his B.B.A. Degree and Montessori teaching certificate, Martin has been both administrator and director of child care centers and private schools, working his way up from a teacher's aide position. He authored two Early Childhood Education (ECE) courses used by college undergraduate students and ''How to Teach Children to Follow Rules'', ''The Big Book of Play for Little Learners'', and ''Keys to Success''. His zest for living, unique sense of humor, and personal experiences combined with his concentrated knowledge of child care make each seminar refreshingly fun and information-packed. You will wish you didn't have to wait until Monday to be with your class.
Dr. Maryln Appelbaum
Dr. Maryln Appelbaum is well-known as an outstanding authority on children, education, and families. She has a Master’s Degree in both Psychology and in Education and a Ph.D. in Psychology. She has worked as both an educator and a therapist and has been a consultant throughout the United States. Maryln has been the owner and headmaster of three educational centers and one private school for children. She has written more than 30 “how-to” books geared exclusively for teachers and parents. She is especially known for her books, "DO IT RIGHT, A POSITIVE GUIDE FOR DISCIPLINE", and "HOW TO TALK TO KIDS SO THEY LISTEN." Her books, videos, posters, CDs, and audiotapes are used throughout the United States as well as in Canada and in South America. She has been interviewed on television and radio talk shows and has been quoted in newspapers including U.S.A. Today. She received White House Clearance in 1989 as a leading contender for the position of Director of the U.S. Office of Child Care. Maryln has always loved the challenge of reaching and engaging challenging, hard to reach, tough children. She keeps going until she finds the tools she needs to reach those students. She delights in sharing those tools, strategies, solutions, and interventions with other educators. She is powerful, fun, motivational, and most of all caring as she shares her personal experiences working with children.