Exploring the ELDGs

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Course Number
SB.FF.ETE
Overview
This training reviews developmentally appropriate practice and how Colorado’s Early Learning and Development Guidelines are based on developmentally appropriate practice.  Participants will leave with knowledge and skills on how to create developmentally appropriate activities for children ages birth to five.

Clock Hours
3

Course Delivery Method
Face-to-Face. See information below about how to register.

Target Audience
Early childhood professionals in Jefferson, Gilpin, Clear Creek, Denver, Arapahoe, Douglas, Broomfield, Boulder, Weld, Larimer, Adams, and Park counties. 

Recommendations
It is recommend that participants are currently working with children ages birth to five. 

Fee
There is a fee associated with this training. 

Objective

Upon completion, the learner will be able to:

  • List 3 strategies they use in the classroom that are developmentally appropriate by identifying techniques and choosing from the strategies listed in the content of the training.

  • Identify one experience they have provided for children that goes across multiple developmental domains.

  • List cultural variables that can effect children’s learning by referencing content and the Early Learning and Development Guidelines.

  • Use the Early Learning and Development Guidelines to create an activity for the children in their classroom that has multiple developmental domains and is developmentally and culturally appropriate.

  • Create an action plan of how they will implement the activity in their classroom with a time for completion.

Competencies

This training aligns to Colorado's Competencies for Early Childhood Educators and Administrators:

  • Child Growth, Development, and Learning 1.2: Prepares environments and implements the planned experiences addressing the needs of individual children across the developmental domains and across the ages that will be included in those environments.

  • Child Growth, Development, and Learning 7.1:  Describes the individuality of child growth and development including genetic, environmental, linguistic, and cultural influences.

Registration
This course is available through Triad Early Childhood Council/Child Care Innovations. Please contact Julia Brink by email, Julia.Brink@rrcc.edu, or by phone, (303) 914-6307, to schedule a training for your program


Last Update 8/16/2019

Additional Information

This course has been recognized as aligned to The Colorado Competencies and meeting best practice standards for adult instruction through the Colorado Shines PDIS Training Alignment Process. The Rules Regulating Child Care Facilities, issued by the Division of Early Care and Learning, Colorado Department of Human Services, take precedence over any course content.

To view Child Care Licensing Rules:
http://www.coloradoofficeofearlychildhood.com/rulesandregulations

For more information, contact your child care licensing specialist.

Please note, instructors will mark your attendance and course completion in the Colorado Shines PDIS within seven days of the course event date. Paper certificates might not be issued at this training. You may confirm your course completion, view, and print an online certificate through My Dashboard – My PDIS Transcript menu navigation of the Colorado Shines PDIS. Please do not upload a course certificate that is already linked to your Colorado Shines PDIS account as this may delay processing of professional credentials


Course Hours
3.00

Scheduled Event(s) for this Course
Overview
This course is available through Triad Early Childhood Council/Child Care Innovations. Please contact Julia Brink by email, Julia.Brink@rrcc.edu, or by phone, (303) 914-6307, to schedule a training for your program

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