The Bulletin Training Catalog July Thru December 2022

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JULY THRU DECEMBER 2022

THE BULLETIN TRAINING CATALOG


WELCOME

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TO THE INSTITUTE

The Institute of Early Childhood Professionals (IECP) is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). The Institute complies with the ANSI/IACET Standard, which is recognized internationally as a standard of excellence in instructional practices. As a result of this accreditation, The Institute is authorized to issue the IACET Continuing Education Unit (CEU).

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We are happy that you’ve decided to join us. The IECP provides innovative, research-based learning events created to strengthen the knowledge, skills and abilities of early childhood professionals.

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Many of the learning events within this catalog are offered in Spanish and English. All learning events are designed to fully support your growth and development as a quality early childhood professional. If you need assistance developing a professional development plan, the IECP team has staff dedicated to helping you achieve your goals. Using our online platform, learners can choose from a variety of opportunities designed for early care and education professionals. Anyone wishing to participate in a learning event MUST register online unless otherwise specified.

ELCHC Institute for Early Childhood Professionals (IECP) 6302 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Suite 100 Tampa, Florida 33619 Phone: 813.515.2340 | Fax: 813.435.2299 Hours of Operation Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Third Friday of each month 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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OUR PARTNERS Working closely toward the same goals to improve the overall quality of early childhood care and education programs in Hillsborough County, our partners help create a solid and innovative system of care for children, families and early education providers.

The Institute for Early Childhood Professionals is funded by:

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TO EARN AN ACHIEVEMENT BONUS

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• Must be teaching in Hillsborough County to qualify for the Achievement Bonus • All requirements of the course must be met

(Pre/post, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation, if applicable).

• Each individual is limited to 3 training achievement bonuses from July to December 2022 • Bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework • A W-9 form must be submitted • The address on your W-9 form must match the address on your LMS account.

REGISTER AT: HTTPS://ELCHC.TALENTLMS.COM/INDEX

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JULY

REGISTRATION INSTRUCTION & POLICIES

REGISTRATION All registrations for IECP learning events and workshops are completed online. Registrations are received on a first-come, first-served basis and seating is limited. An account to our online platform is required for all learning event registrations regardless of cost or type of payment used. PAYMENT Payment, if required, can be made online at the time of registration. Cash or money order can be accepted on location 48 hours prior to the start of a learning event. REGISTRATION CANCELLATION POLICY Registrants have up to 48 hours before a scheduled learning event to cancel. A refund will be made to the online account on file. Cash or money order payments will be issued a credit through the online platform if an event is cancelled 48 hours before, or if we cancel an event due to low enrollment or unexpected circumstances. LEARNING EVENT CANCELLATION POLICY The event sponsor reserves the right to cancel a learning event due to low registration. If a session is cancelled, those registered will be contacted by email and notified of the cancellation. A credit will be applied to the online account on file. LATE ARRIVAL/EARLY DEPARTURE POLICY To honor and respect the professionalism of instructors and others, participants should be ready to attend learning events at the time advertised. Participants arriving more than 15 minutes late WILL NOT BE ADMITTED TO THE SESSION. Participants leaving before the conclusion of a learning event will not receive credit for attending. ANTI-DISCRIMINATION POLICY The IECP shall not discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability/handicap, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation or age in any aspect of learning event, training,workshop or professional development. The ELCHC also reasonably accommodates individuals with disabilities, handicaps and/or religious beliefs. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) Any person with a disability/handicap requiring reasonable accommodations should call 813.515.2340 no later than seven business days prior to the scheduled learning event. LEARNER SECURITY POLICY The ELCHC strives to protect the privacy of learners that

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attend our learning events. Because each learner must register through our online learning platform, each record is restricted from public access. Learners have the ability to obtain a copy of their certifications as well as their own demographic/contact information provided. For online support, learners may call 813.515.2340 for assistance accessing their records. Learners are required to verify their identification at all learning events by showing a state or government issued ID with photograph. PROPRIETARY INTEREST POLICY Individuals who participate in ELCHC’s learning events have the right to know about the proprietary interest a trainer/ instructor may have in a product or service prior to attending. All trainers/instructors are required to disclose proprietary interest in any product, instrument, device, service and/ or materials discussed at an event, training, program or workshop, as well as the source of any compensation related to the presentation. CEU AWARD POLICY Continuing Education Units (CEUs) may be awarded for all leanring events three hours or longer in duration. Learning events less than three hours will be awarded in-service hours upon completion. CEUs will on be awarded upon successful completion of the learning event. In order to successfully complete the learning event, learners must arrive on time, attend all required sessions, be an active participant and complete any and all related assignments or surveys as defined by the trainer/instructor. Online training must have an engagement score of 75% or more.

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PLUS $200 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: Language & Literacy C.E.U. 2 Trainer(s): Ivelisse Valentin | Ingrid L. Sanchez Date: 7/06/2022

Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

7/20/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

8/03/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

8/17/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

8/31/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Length: 20hrs. Cost: IECP Member: $22.50 Location: On-site ELCHC

Audience: Preschool Non-Member: $30 Max Participants: 25

Will make use of conversations to help expand children’s vocabulary and literacy knowledge Utilize a five day shared reading plan to support learning goals. Identify question stopping points within a Read-a-loud to extend comprehension and making connections Implement a full week Literacy lesson plan in which all elements of literacy are included through practical hands on application

Description: This learning event is designed for new and veteran preschool teachers. Learners will learn how to create a literacy-rich environment preparing preschoolers for Kindergarten. Learners will also have an opportunity to create developmentally appropriate literacy activities and materials. Learners will receive a copy of the NAEYC resource learning about language and literacy. Special Note: This learning event will require successful completion of homework and Implementation Plan in order to receive credit for the course.

Any required assignments or surveys will be outlined in the Training Description within this catalog and on our online platform. Learners are encouraged to contact trainers/ instructors with any questions and/or clarification needed regarding the successful completion of assignments or surveys. In-service hours will be awarded in place of CEUs if the learner does not meet the requirements of successful completion as defined by the instructor/trainer.

TO EARN AN ACHIEVEMENT BONUS • Must be teaching in Hillsborough County to qualify for the Achievement Bonus • All requirements of the course must be met (Pre/post, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation, if applicable).

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION Upon the successful completion of a learning event/ training, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion that can be retrieved from their individual online account.

• Each individual is limited to 3 training achievement bonuses from July to December 2022 • Bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework

CHILD CARE All learning events/training sessions are designed for adult audiences. We ask that all registrants make necessary child care arrangements. Child care is not available.

• A W-9 form must be submitted • The address on your W-9 form must match the address on your LMS account. (To update your LMS, login, click on learner, my info)

REGISTER AT: HTTPS://ELCHC.TALENTLMS.COM/INDEX

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INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING STRATEGIES GOLD PLUS ACHIEVEMENT BONUS OF $120 Category: Screening & Assessments C.E.U. 1.2 Trainer(s): Bobbie Huard Date: 7/16/2022

Explain the role of assessment in the classroom and how it promotes positive outcomes for all children.

Time: 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

7/23/2022

OUTCOMES: Identify the purpose of Teaching Strategies Gold, and describe the role it plays in informing instruction.

9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Length: 12hr.

Audience: All Ages

Cost: IECP Member: $0

Non-Member: $0

Location: On-site ELCHC

Max Participants: 20

Description: Teaching Strategies Gold is an authentic, ongoing, observation-based assessment system that helps teachers and administrators focus on what matters most for children’s success. This training will explore the basic Gold platform which allows documentation to be added and used to track a child’s educational progress. Special Note: Attendance on both training dates is required. It is suggested to bring a lunch. Learners are encouraged to bring a laptop/tablet; limited number will be available for use on the second date. If learners already have a TSG account please bring log-in information. Assistance in Spanish will be available.

CREATIVE CURRICULUM FOR PRESCHOOL 6TH EDITION - ENGLISH PLUS $120 ACHIEVENMENT BONUS Category: Curriculum C.E.U. 1.2 Trainer(s): Twyla Hartz

Develop strategies to integrate content learning into daily lesson planning.

Explain how to use objectives for development and learning to focus observations and respond with appropriate support for individual and group needs.

Date: 7/19/2022

Length: 12hrs.

Audience: Preschool

Demonstrate an understanding of how to use the features of Teaching Strategies Gold to include uploading documentation, entering observation notes, and updating checkpoints.

Cost: IECP Member: $0

Non-Member: $0

Location: Online ZOOM

Max Participants: 20

Summarizing the purposes of key reports and how to use them for planning and communicating with others.

OUTCOMES: Demonstrate use of progressions of development and learning to define goals for children.

Time: 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

7/21/2022

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

8/02/2022

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

8/04/2022

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Use long-term investigations with embedded learning opportunities to help children find answers to their questions. Explain how the curriculum resources can be used together to offer meaningful learning experiences.

Description: This 4-day virtual learning event will be conducted on Zoom. It is designed to help teachers of all levels implement The Creative Curriculum for Preschool 6th Edition in their classroom. Teachers will become familiar with the 38 objectives for Development and Learning that inform every aspect of teaching. They will explore and practice using the knowledge-building volumes and daily resources. Through group discussions, activities, and homework assignments, teachers will learn how to implement a study, use Teaching Guides, create a lesson plan, and discover how to integrate content into daily events through intentional teaching experiences. Special Note: Early Childhood Practitioners who register for this course should be employed in a program in which The Creative Curriculum for Preschool Sixth Edition has been purchased/and is being used for preschool age groups. Participants must have access to the 6 Volumes of the Creative Curriculum for Preschool during each session. For successful completion and award of 1.2 CEUs, participants are required to attend all 4 sessions, maintain a 75% participation rate and complete 2 hours of homework.

TO EARN AN ACHIEVEMENT BONUS • Must be teaching in Hillsborough County to qualify for the Achievement Bonus • All requirements of the course must be met (Pre/post, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation, if applicable). • Each individual is limited to 3 training achievement bonuses from July to December 2022 • Bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework • A W-9 form must be submitted • The address on your W-9 form must match the address on your LMS account. (To update your LMS, login, click on learner, my info)

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PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS DEVELOPMENT FOR PRESCHOOLERS PLUS $50 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: VPK C.E.U. 0.5 Trainer(s): Twyla Hartz Date: 7/23/2022

Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

8/17/2022

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Length: 5hrs.

Audience: VPK

Cost: IECP Member: $0

Non-Member: $0

Location: On-site ELCHC

Max Participants: 35

Description: This training is appropriate for preschool educators and directors, and is open to all. Participants will have an opportunity to participate in hands-on activities supporting developmentally appropriate instruction in phonological awareness as well as explore the phonological awareness stages of development. The training is designed to complement the initial training, Implementing the Florida Standards in Preschool Classrooms: 3 Years Old to Kindergarten and the Emergent Literacy for VPK Instructors online course. This course consists of three learning components: the instructor-led component, a lesson planning and practice component, and a virtual reflection session. This course meets 5 hours of the emergent literacy course requirement for VPK educators. Upon completion of all three learning components participants will receive 5 hours/.5 CEU credits Special Note: Participants must register on the DCF Child Care Training website at https://training01-dcf.myflorida.com/studentsite/admin/ signin. Use Course Reference #10049. This course meets twice. July 23, 2022 will be 3 hours face-to-face, completing Component 1 of the course. August 17, 2022 will be one hour online completing Component 3. Participants will complete Component 2 on their own between sessions. All components must be completed for credit. Online platform information will be given at Component 1 presentation. No one will be admitted after 15 minutes.

OUTCOMES: Recognize the key elements of early language and literacy development.

CREATIVE CURRICULUM FOR PRESCHOOL 6TH EDITION - ENGLISH

Describe the stages of PA development and understand the connections of emergent reading and writing.

Category: Curriculum C.E.U. 1.2 Trainer(s): Twyla Hartz

Identify the phonological awareness standard and benchmarks for 4-year-olds. Plan and implement phonological awareness instruction using developmentally appropriate activities.

PLUS $120 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS

OUTCOMES: Demonstrate use of progressions of development and learning to define goals for children. Develop strategies to integrate content learning into daily lesson planning.

Date: 7/25/2022

Time: 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

7/28/2022

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

8/15/2022

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

8/18/2022

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Length: 12hrs.

Audience: Preschool

Cost: IECP Member: $0

Non-Member: $0

Location: Online ZOOM

Max Participants: 20

Use long-term investigations with embedded learning opportunities to help children find answers to their questions. Explain how the curriculum resources can be used together to offer meaningful learning experiences.

Description: This 4-day virtual learning event will be conducted on Zoom. It is designed to help teachers of all levels implement The Creative Curriculum for Preschool 6th Edition in their classroom. Teachers will become familiar with the 38 objectives for Development and Learning that inform every aspect of teaching. They will explore and practice using the knowledge-building volumes and daily resources. Through group discussions, activities, and homework assignments, teachers will learn how to implement a study, use Teaching Guides, create a lesson plan, and discover how to integrate content into daily events through intentional teaching experiences. Special Note: Early Childhood Practitioners who register for this course should be employed in a program in which The Creative Curriculum for Preschool Sixth Edition has been purchased/and is being used for preschool age groups. Participants must have access to the 6 Volumes of the Creative Curriculum for Preschool during each session. For successful completion and award of 1.2 CEUs, participants are required to attend all 4 sessions, maintain a 75% participation rate and complete 2 hours of homework.

TO EARN AN ACHIEVEMENT BONUS • Must be teaching in Hillsborough County to qualify for the Achievement Bonus • All requirements of the course must be met (Pre/post, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation, if applicable). • Each individual is limited to 3 training achievement bonuses from July to December 2022 • Bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework • A W-9 form must be submitted • The address on your W-9 form must match the address on your LMS account. (To update your LMS, login, click on learner, my info)

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CREATIVE CURRICULUM FOR INFANTS, TODDLERS & TWOS PLUS $120 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: Curriculum C.E.U. 1.2 Trainer(s): Theon Salley Date: 7/30/2022

Time: 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

8/06/2022

9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Length: 12hrs.

Audience: Infant/Toddler

Cost: IECP Member: $0

Non-Member: $0

Location: On-site ELCHC

Max Participants: 20

Description: The training will explore the three volumes (The Foundation, Routines and Experiences, The Objectives for Development and Learning) and the supplemental materials (Mighty Minutes, Intentional Teaching Cards, Book Discussion Cards) included in the curriculum kit that outlines the importance and benefits of a responsive environment and individualized care. The 38 research-based objectives will provide teachers the guidance to focus on the factors that are most important for very young children. Special Note: Attendees should be employed by, or be an owner of, an early childhood program that serves one or more of the following age groups Infants, Toddler and/or 2-year-olds and are using the 3rd edition of the Creative Curriculum for Infants, Toddlers and Twos.

OUTCOMES: Recognize how the research-based objectives for development and learning include the knowledge, skills, and behaviors that are most predictive of school success. Identify and describe the Daily Resources that support teaching and care-giving during routines and experiences. -Use the central components of nurturing care and teaching to develop practices that respond to the needs of the children and families in your program. Be prepared to implement routines and experiences that promote the development and learning of infants, toddlers, and twos. Demonstrate how to use the curriculum resources together to plan for one or more children.

CREATIVE CURRICULUM FOR INFANTS, TODDLERS, AND TWOS EN ESPANOL PLUS $120 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: Curriculum C.E.U. 1.2 Trainer(s): Ruth Deras Date: 7/30/2022

Time: 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM

8/06/2022

8:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Length: 12hrs.

Audience: Infant/Toddler

Cost: IECP Member: $0

Non-Member: $0

Location: On-site ELCHC

Max Participants: 30

Descripcion: La capacitación explorará los tres volúmenes (La base, Rutinas y experiencias, Las metas para el desarrollo y el aprendizaje) y los materiales complementarios (Mega minutos,Tarjetas de enseñanza intencional, Tarjetas de discusión de libros) incluidos en el paquete del plan de estudios. describir la importancia y los beneficios de un entorno receptivo y una atención individualizada. Los 38 objetivos basados en investigaciones guiarán a los maestros a enfocarse en los factores que son más importantes para los niños muy pequeños. Notas especiales: Los asistentes deben ser empleados o ser propietarios de un programa de primera infancia que atienda a uno o más de los siguientes grupos de edad: bebés, niños pequeños y/o niños de 2 años y que utilicen la tercera edición del Currículo creativo para bebés. Niños pequeños y de dos años.

OUTCOMES: Recognize how the research-based Reconocerán cómo las metas objectives and el basadas enfor la development investigación para learning include the knowledge, desarrollo y el aprendizaje incluyen skills, and behaviors that are most el conocimiento, las habilidades y predictive of school success. los comportamientos que son más predictivos del éxito escolar. Identify and describe the Daily Resources that support teaching Identificarán y describirán Recursos and care-giving during routines Cotidianos que apoyen la enseñanza and experiences. -Uselas the central y el cuidado durante rutinas components of nurturing care and y experiencias. teaching to develop practices that Usarán los componentes básicos respond to the needs of the children del cuidado cariñoso y sensible y la and families in your program. enseñanza para desarrollar prácticas Be prepared to implement routines que respondan a las necesidades andlos experiences promote de niños y lasthat familias en suthe development and learning of infants, programa. toddlers, and twos. Estarán preparado para Demonstrate rutinas how to yuse the implementar experiencias curriculum resources togethery to que promuevan el desarrollo plan for one orde more children. el aprendizaje bebés, niños pequeños y niños de dos años. Demostrarán cómo usar los recursos del plan de estudios juntos para planificar para uno o más niños.

TO EARN AN ACHIEVEMENT BONUS • Must be teaching in Hillsborough County to qualify for the Achievement Bonus • All requirements of the course must be met (Pre/post, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation, if applicable). • Each individual is limited to 3 training achievement bonuses from July to December 2022 • Bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework • A W-9 form must be submitted • The address on your W-9 form must match the address on your LMS account. (To update your LMS, login, click on learner, my info)

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For questions contact, Abbey Landa Alanda@elchc.org

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AUGUST

HEALTH INSURANCE BENEFITS FOR Hillsborough County Child Care Providers Owners and Directors At the Early Learning Coalition in Hillsborough County, we value the opportunity to provide assistance to you where and when we can. The Early Learning Coalition of Hillsborough County has formed a partnership with a healthcare insurance provider - Florida Blue. In our discussions with Florida Blue about serving the child care industry, they have taught us that every business and every employee have unique and different needs, and there is no single solution to obtaining health care.

MASTER CLASS LANGUAGE, LITERACY, AND COMMUNICATION PLUS $50 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: Language & Literacy C.E.U. 0.6 Trainer(s): Wendee Hooker-Taylor | Ivelisse Valentin Date: 8/20/2022

Time: 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM

Length: 6hrs.

Audience: Infant/Toddler

Cost: IECP Member: $5

Non-Member: $5

Location: Online ZOOM

Max Participants: 25

OUTCOMES: Compare effective strategies to use in the classroom as it relates to the CLASS tool, with current classroom strategies regarding typical classroom interactions with children. Implement strategies introduced during the course within their classroom and complete a course strategy reflection form.

Description: Join us for a closer look at the CLASS tool to learn how to incorporate language and literacy concepts in your infant and toddler classrooms with regard to the CLASS dimensions. Specific topics will be related to Infant and Toddler Language, Literacy and Communication strategies as well as Planning and Exploration designed to help you improve your CLASS score.

We are thrilled to inform you that we have secured a Florid Blue resource, specifically for you as a business owner. Florida Blue has offered that one of their senior team members, Stephen Brocato, Strategic Programs and Local Partnership Manager, would like to provide direct and personal consultation to find resources to address your business’s and team member’s needs. TO EARN AN ACHIEVEMENT BONUS • Must be teaching in Hillsborough County to qualify for the Achievement Bonus • All requirements of the course must be met (Pre/post, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation, if applicable).

CONTACT STEPHEN TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BENEFITS

• Each individual is limited to 3 training achievement bonuses from July to December 2022 • Bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework

813.760.8879 Stephen.Brocato@FloridaBlue.com

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• A W-9 form must be submitted • The address on your W-9 form must match the address on your LMS account. (To update your LMS, login, click on learner, my info)

REGISTER AT: HTTPS://ELCHC.TALENTLMS.COM/INDEX

For questions contact, Abbey Landa Alanda@elchc.org

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PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS DEVELOPMENT FOR PRESCHOOLERS PLUS $50 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS

Describe the stages of PA development and understand the connections of emergent reading and writing.

Category: VPK C.E.U. 0.5 Trainer(s): Twyla Hartz Date: 8/20/2022

OUTCOMES: Recognize the key elements of early language and literacy development.

Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

9/20/2022

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Length: 5hrs.

Audience: Preschool

Cost: IECP Member: $0

Non-Member: $0

Location: On-site ELCHC

Max Participants: 35

Description: This training is appropriate for preschool educators and directors, and is open to all. Participants will have an opportunity to participate in hands-on activities supporting developmentally appropriate instruction in phonological awareness as well as explore the phonological awareness stages of development. The training is designed to complement the initial training, Implementing the Florida Standards in Preschool Classrooms: 3 Years Old to Kindergarten and the Emergent Literacy for VPK Instructors online course. This course consists of three learning components: the instructor-led component, a lesson planning and practice component, and a virtual reflection session. This course meets 5 hours of the emergent literacy course requirement for VPK educators. Upon completion of all three learning components participants will receive 5 hours/.5 CEU credits

Identify the phonological awareness standard and benchmarks for 4-year-olds. Plan and implement phonological awareness instruction using developmentally appropriate activities.

BEYOND COLORED WATER BOTTLES: EASY DIY SCIENCE AND NATURE ACTIVITIES/ MATERIALS FOR PRESCHOOL CLASSROOMS PLUS $30 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS

OUTCOMES: Learners will understand developmentally appropriate activities. Learners will define the studies of science and how to implement them in the classroom.

Category: Science & Math In-Service Hours 3 Trainer(s): Bobbie Huard Date: 8/27/2022

Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Length: 3hrs.

Audience: Preschool

Cost: IECP Member: $11.25

Non-Member: $15

Location: On-site ELCHC

Max Participants: 20

Learners will examine the scientific method and to facilitate its use with young children.

Description: Children learn science through trial and error. They need time to experiment, try things out, and think on their own. This learning event will provide examples of activities and materials teachers can create for use in their classroom. Teaches will also be introduced to language that prompts open ended questions.

Special Note: Participants must register on the DCF Child Care Training website at https://training01-dcf.myflorida.com/ studentsite/admin/signin. Use Course Reference #10051. This course meets twice. August 20, 2022 will be 3 hours face-to-face, completing Component 1 of the course. September 20, 2022 will be one hour online completing Component 3. Participants will complete Component 2 on their own between sessions. All components must be completed for credit. Online platform information will be given at Component 1 presentation. No one will be admitted after 15 minutes.

TO EARN AN ACHIEVEMENT BONUS • Must be teaching in Hillsborough County to qualify for the Achievement Bonus • All requirements of the course must be met (Pre/post, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation, if applicable). • Each individual is limited to 3 training achievement bonuses from July to December 2022 • Bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework • A W-9 form must be submitted • The address on your W-9 form must match the address on your LMS account. (To update your LMS, login, click on learner, my info)

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MASTER CLASS TODDLERS AND CENTERS PLUS $30 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: Early Learning Environments C.E.U. 0.3 Trainer(s): Tiffany Basch | Lisa Elliott

OUTCOMES: Set up or analyze current center areas and equipment. Plan effective use of center areas. Use strategies discussed to engage children in play based learning.

Date: 08/30/2022

Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Length: 3hrs.

Audience: Infant/Toddler

Reflect and reorganize as needed.

Cost: IECP Member: $5

Non-Member: $5

Location: On-site ELCHC

Max Participants: 25

Improve their interactions with children during center time.

Description: Please join us to learn how center time can be the most productive instructional time in your day. We will discuss how to set up, equip and use your classroom centers to engage Toddlers in play based instruction and effective interactions. Special Note: CEU credits will be awarded upon successful completion of 2.5 hours of instructor led instruction with 30 minutes of field assignment. Field assignment will be scored using a rubric related to learner outcomes.

CLASS GROUP COACHING (MMCI) INFANT/TODDLER (EN ESPANOL) PLUS $250 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: MMCI C.E.U. 2.4 Trainer(s): Ingrid L Sanchez | Ruth Deras Date: 9/10/2022

Time: 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM

9/17/2022

9:00 AM - 1:30 PM

9/24/2022

9:00 AM - 1:30 PM

10/01/2022

9:00 AM - 1:30 PM

10/08/2022

9:00 AM - 1:30 PM

10/15/2022

9:00 AM - 1:30 PM

Length: 24hrs.

Audience: Infant/Toddler

Cost: IECP Member: $63.75

Non-Member: $85

Location: On-site ELCHC

Max Participants: 35

Descripcion: La capacitación explorará los tres volúmenes (La base, Rutinas y experiencias, Las metas para el desarrollo y el aprendizaje) y los materiales complementarios (Mega minutos,Tarjetas de enseñanza intencional, Tarjetas de discusión de libros) incluidos en el paquete del plan de estudios. describir la importancia y los beneficios de un entorno receptivo y una atención individualizada. Los 38 objetivos basados en investigaciones guiarán a los maestros a enfocarse en los factores que son más importantes para los niños muy pequeños. Notas especiales: Los asistentes deben ser empleados o ser propietarios de un programa de primera infancia que atienda a uno o más de los siguientes grupos de edad: bebés, niños pequeños y/o niños de 2 años y que utilicen la tercera edición del Currículo creativo para bebés. Niños pequeños y de dos años.

RESULTADOS: LOS ESTUDIANTES: Reconocerán cómo las metas basadas en la investigación para el desarrollo y el aprendizaje incluyen el conocimiento, las habilidades y los comportamientos que son más predictivos del éxito escolar. Identificarán y describirán Recursos Cotidianos que apoyen la enseñanza y el cuidado durante las rutinas y experiencias. Usarán los componentes básicos del cuidado cariñoso y sensible y la enseñanza para desarrollar prácticas que respondan a las necesidades de los niños y las familias en su programa. Estarán preparado para implementar rutinas y experiencias que promuevan el desarrollo y el aprendizaje de bebés, niños pequeños y niños de dos años. Demostrarán cómo usar los recursos del plan de estudios juntos para planificar para uno o más niños.

TO EARN AN ACHIEVEMENT BONUS • Must be teaching in Hillsborough County to qualify for the Achievement Bonus • All requirements of the course must be met (Pre/post, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation, if applicable). • Each individual is limited to 3 training achievement bonuses from July to December 2022 • Bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework • A W-9 form must be submitted • The address on your W-9 form must match the address on your LMS account. (To update your LMS, login, click on learner, my info)

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CLASS GROUP COACHING (MMCI) PRE K PLUS $250 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: MMCI C.E.U. 2.4 Trainer(s): Ruth Deras Date: 9/13/2022

OUTCOMES: Develop a shared language to discuss effective interactions (know). Develop a lens to notice effective interactions (View).

Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

9/15/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

9/20/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

9/22/2022

Plan to increase the depth, duration, and frequency of interactions and current strength (do).

FSU 10 COMPONENTS OF QUALITY CARE FOR INFANTS AND TODDLERS- SAFE & HEALTHY PROGRAM PRACTICES PLUS $30 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: Health, Safety & Nutrition In-Service Hours 3 Trainer(s): Wendee Hooker-Taylor Date: 9/19/2022

Time: 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Length: 3hrs.

Audience: Infant/Toddler

9/27/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Cost: IECP Member: $7.50

Non-Member: $10

9/29/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Location: On-site ELCHC

Max Participants: 20

10/04/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

10/06/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

10/11/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

10/13/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

10/18/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

10/20/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Length: 24hrs.

Audience: Preschool

Cost: IECP Member: $63.75

Non-Member: $85

Location: On-site ELCHC

Max Participants: 20

OUTCOMES: OUTCOMES: Examine Developlicensure a shared standards language for and best discussing practiceeffective recommendations interactions for (Know) quality. Identify Develop quality a lensstandards for noticing foreffective child supervision. interactions (See) Identify Plan topotential increase the hazards depth, forduration, classroom and frequency and playground of current effective safety. interactions (Do)healthy practices Identify safe and during routines. Identify emergency safety practices.

Description: This training will look at the context of close relationships, social-emotional development, and best program practices for health and safety, and the effect these practices have on quality care.

Description: Making the Most of Classroom Interactions (MMCI) helps early childhood professionals engage withthe Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) while identifying and capturing interactionsthat increase learning and development of the kids. Participants will learn to use the CLASSobservation tool to consider teaching practices and guide observations of classroom videos andreal-life interactions.

TO EARN AN ACHIEVEMENT BONUS • Must be teaching in Hillsborough County to qualify for the Achievement Bonus

Special Note: Participants will register first in LMS.Before the training, you will receive anemail from the instructors with the linkand instructions to register for thesessions.-To receive credit, participants mustbe on time, attend all twelve sessions,and complete 30 minutes of reflectivepractice on their own by the nextsession date.-Participants in this training MUSThave high-speed Internet access toaccess the learning event.

• All requirements of the course must be met (Pre/post, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation, if applicable). • Each individual is limited to 3 training achievement bonuses from July to December 2022 • Bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework • A W-9 form must be submitted • The address on your W-9 form must match the address on your LMS account. (To update your LMS, login, click on learner, my info)

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PRE K CLASS GROUP COACHING (MMCI) PLUS $250 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: MMCI C.E.U. 2.4 Trainer(s): Susan O’Carroll Date: 9/20/2022

OUTCOMES: Develop a shared language to discuss effective interactions (know). Develop a lens to notice effective interactions (View).

Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

9/22/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

9/27/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

9/29/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

10/4/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

10/6/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

10/11/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

10/13/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

10/18/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

10/20/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

10/25/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

10/27/2022

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Length: 24hrs.

Audience: Preschool

Cost: IECP Member: $63.75

Non-Member: $85

Location: Online ZOOM

Max Participants: 20

Plan to increase the depth, duration, and frequency of interactions and current strength (do).

MASTER CLASS AND SOCIAL STUDIES PLUS $30 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: Early Learning Environments C.E.U. 0.3 Trainer(s): Tiffany Basch Date: 9/21/2022

Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Length: 3hrs.

Audience: Preschool

Cost: IECP Member: $5

Non-Member: $5

Location: Online ZOOM

Max Participants: 25

Description: Please join us to learn how to incorporate social studies concepts in your classroom with regard to the CLASS dimensions. Specific topics will be related to diversity, inclusivity, geography, and communities. Special Note: CEU credits will be awarded upon successful completion of 2.5 hours of instructor led instruction with 30 minutes of field assignment. Field assignment will be scored using a rubric related to learner outcomes.

Description: CLASS group Coaching (MMCI) helps early childhood professionals engage with the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) as they identify and understand the interactions that increase children’s learning and development. Participants will learn how to use the CLASS observation tool for considering teaching practices and guiding observations of classroom videos and real-life interactions.

OUTCOMES: Formulate ideas that promote inclusivity, individuality, and representation during lessons both and within the classroom environment. Plan ways to incorporate familiar places within the community into learning. Relate social studies concepts to children’s real life experiences Discuss concepts related to social studies. Use strategies discussed to engage children in play based learning Reflect as needed.

TO EARN AN ACHIEVEMENT BONUS • Must be teaching in Hillsborough County to qualify for the Achievement Bonus

Special Note: Be on time and attend all 12 sessions. Complete assigned ‘homework’ between sessions, including reflective planning and practice, viewing online resources, and participation in the online discussion forum. Maintain a 75% attention and participation rate during discussions and activities. Participants for this training MUST have access to high-speed Internet in order to access/view online resources and discussion forum.

• All requirements of the course must be met (Pre/post, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation, if applicable). • Each individual is limited to 3 training achievement bonuses from July to December 2022 • Bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework • A W-9 form must be submitted • The address on your W-9 form must match the address on your LMS account. (To update your LMS, login, click on learner, my info)

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OCTOBER

FSU 10 COMPONENTS OF QUALITY CARE FOR INFANTS AND TODDLERS - ENVIRONMENTS FOR LEARNING

THE INSTITUTE FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD PROFESSIONALS Open to anyone anywhere, the Institute offers early childhood professionals a full range of professional development services!

WE ARE DEDICATED TO YOUR PROFESSIONAL GROWTH

WHY YOU SHOULD GET A MEMBERSHP?

The ELCHC Institute for Early Childhood Professionals offers early care and education professionals – like you – a variety of opportunities to enhance the impact you’re making in the lives of our community’s children.

IACET Accredited Provider

PLUS $30 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: Early Learning Environments In-Service Hours 3 Trainer(s): Wendee Hooker-Taylor Date: 10/03/2022

Time: 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Length: 3hrs.

Audience: Infant/Toddler

Cost: IECP Member: $7.5

Non-Member: $10

Location: On-site ELCHC

Max Participants: 20

OUTCOMES: Evaluate classroom environments for infants and toddlers. Identify steps for creating environments for learning that meet the unique needs of infants a nd toddlers. Create physical environments that support all aspects of development.

Description: Participants will look at the importance of providing environments for infants and toddlers that support their unique developmental needs. The areas of focus will include comfortable environments, social-surroundings, thoughtfully-planned caregiving settings, settings for exploration, opportunities for active movement & learning and fresh air living environments.

Discounts on ELC Trainings Discounts on Special Events

WHY IACET ACCREDITATION MATTERS The IACET Standard is the core of thousands of educational programs worldwide. In addition, IACET Accredited Providers are the only organizations approved to offer IACET Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

JOIN THE IECP TODAY!

Access to Digital Content Professional Network for CDA renewals

TO EARN AN ACHIEVEMENT BONUS

Special giveaways and raffles

• Must be teaching in Hillsborough County to qualify for the Achievement Bonus

Conference Scholarships

• All requirements of the course must be met (Pre/post, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation, if applicable).

Notary Services

• Each individual is limited to 3 training achievement bonuses from July to December 2022 • Bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework • A W-9 form must be submitted

6302 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Suite 100 Tampa, FL 33619 Main Phone (813) 515 – 2340

• The address on your W-9 form must match the address on your LMS account. (To update your LMS, login, click on learner, my info)

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CREATIVE CURRICULUM FOR PRESCHOOL 6TH EDITION - ENGLISH PLUS $120 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: Curriculum C.E.U. 1.2 Trainer(s): Twyla Hartz Date: 10/11/2022

OUTCOMES: Demonstrate use of progressions of development and learning to define goals for children. Develop strategies to integrate content learning into daily lesson planning.

Time: 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

10/13/2022

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

10/25/2022

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

10/27/2022

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Length: 12hrs.

Audience: Preschool

Cost: IECP Member: $0

Non-Member: $0

Location: Online ZOOM

Max Participants: 20

Description: This 4-day virtual learning event will be conducted on Zoom. It is designed to help teachers of all levels implement The Creative Curriculum for Preschool 6th Edition in their classroom. Teachers will become familiar with the 38 objectives for Development and Learning that inform every aspect of teaching. They will explore and practice using the knowledge-building volumes and daily resources. Through group discussions, activities, and homework assignments, teachers will learn how to implement a study, use Teaching Guides, create a lesson plan, and discover how to integrate content into daily events through intentional teaching experiences. Special Note: Early Childhood Practitioners who register for this course should be employed in a program in which The Creative Curriculum for Preschool Sixth Edition has been purchased/and is being used for preschool age groups. Participants must have access to the 6 Volumes of the Creative Curriculum for Preschool during each session. For successful completion and award of 1.2 CEUs, participants are required to attend all 4 sessions, maintain a 75% participation rate and complete 2 hours of homework.

Use long-term investigations with embedded learning opportunities to help children find answers to their questions. Explain how the curriculum resources can be used together to offer meaningful learning experiences.

FSU 10 COMPONENTS OF QUALITY CARE FOR INFANTS AND TODDLERS CURRICULUM & INDIVIDUALIZATION PLUS $30 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: Language & Literacy In-Service Hours 3 Trainer(s): Wendee Hooker-Taylor Date: 10/17/2022

Time: 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Length: 3hrs.

Audience: Infant/Toddler

Cost: IECP Member: $7.50

Non-Member: $10

Location: Online ZOOM

Max Participants: 20

Description: This training will look at curriculum for infants and toddlers and the importance of individualized programming. Practitioners will explore curriculum within the context of relationships and the importance of observing children for individualization.

MASTER CLASS LANGUAGE, LITERACY, AND COMMUNICATION PLUS $30 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: Language & Literacy C.E.U. 0.5 Trainer(s): Wendee Hooker-Taylor | Ivelisse Valentin Date: 10/22/2022

Time: 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM

Length: 5hrs.

Audience: Infant/Toddler

Cost: IECP Member: $0

Non-Member: $0

Location: Online ZOOM

Max Participants: 25

Description: Join us for a closer look at the CLASS tool to learn how to incorporate language and literacy concepts in your infant and toddler classrooms with regard to the CLASS dimensions. Specific topics will be related to Infant and Toddler Language, Literacy and Communication strategies as well as Planning and Exploration designed to help you improve your CLASS score. Special Note: 2 hours per course for a total, with 1 hour homework for a total of 5 hours.

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OUTCOMES: Identify key components of infant/ toddler curriculum. Explain importance of knowing infant/toddler developmental milestones. Describe how children learn best through play. Create play spaces that promote learning, support three types of play and social play. Describe the process of individualized curriculum planning.

OUTCOMES: Compare effective strategies to use in the classroom as it relates to the CLASS tool, with current classroom strategies regarding typical classroom interactions with children. Implement strategies introduced during the course within their classroom and complete a course strategy reflection form. TO EARN AN ACHIEVEMENT BONUS • Must be teaching in Hillsborough County to qualify for the Achievement Bonus • All requirements of the course must be met (Pre/post, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation, if applicable). • Each individual is limited to 3 training achievement bonuses from July to December 2022 • Bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework • A W-9 form must be submitted • The address on your W-9 form must match the address on your LMS account. (To update your LMS, login, click on learner, my info) For questions contact, Abbey Landa Alanda@elchc.org

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CLASS AND OUTDOOR PLAY PLUS $30 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: Early Learning Environments C.E.U. 0.3 Trainer(s): Tiffany Basch Date: 10/26/2022

Time: 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Length: 3hrs.

Audience: Infant/Toddler

Cost: IECP Member: $5

Non-Member: $5

Location: Online ZOOM

Max Participants: 25

Description: Come learn more about how you can incorporate the CLASS tool in your own classroom! This highly interactive course is designed to introduce learners to strategies they can use with their class outside and during gross motor activities. Learners will explore how to adapt their current classroom practices to make the most of their time with children while increasing the effectiveness of the interactions they have with children. Special Note: CEU credits will be awarded upon successful completion of 2.5 hours of instructor led instruction with 30 minutes of field assignment. Field assignment will be scored using a rubric related to learner outcomes.

OUTCOMES: Learners will compare effective strategies to use during outside play as it relates to the CLASS tool, with current classroom strategies regarding typical classroom interactions with children.

DIALOGIC READING: LANGUAGE AND DEVELOPMENT FOR PRESCHOOLERS

Learners will implement strategies introduced during the course within their classroom and complete a course strategy reflection form.

Date: 11/03/2022

PLUS $50 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS

OUTCOMES: Educators will implement Dialogic Reading in the Preschool Classroom. Children will increase the size and diversity of their knowledge about the world and the words used to describe it.

VPK C.E.U. 0.5 Trainer(s): Jamie Harmon Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

12/01/2022

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Length: 5hrs.

Audience: VPK

Cost: IECP Member: $0

Non-Member: $0

Location: Online ZOOM

Max Participants: 50

Description: This instructor-led course is appropriate for administrative staff, directors and teachers of 3-, 4-, and 5-year-old children. Participants will learn Dialogic Reading as a strategy used with books to promote vocabulary and oral language skills. In Dialogic Reading, the book becomes a shared visual and verbal context in which you and your children can learn new words. This course consists of three learning components: the online or instructorled component, a lesson planning and practice component, and a virtual reflection session. This course meets 5 hours of the emergent literacy course requirement for VPK educators. Upon completion of all three learning components participants will receive 5 hours/.5 CEU credits Special Note: Participants must register on the DCF Child Care Training website at https://training01-dcf.myflorida.com/ studentsite/admin/signin. Use Course Reference #9973. This course meets twice. November 3, 2022 will be 3 hours completing Component 1 of the course. December 1, 2022 will be one hour completing Component 3. Participants will complete Component 2 on their own between sessions. All components must be completed for credit. The Zoom will be locked after 15 minutes.

TO EARN AN ACHIEVEMENT BONUS • Must be teaching in Hillsborough County to qualify for the Achievement Bonus • All requirements of the course must be met (Pre/post, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation, if applicable). • Each individual is limited to 3 training achievement bonuses from July to December 2022 • Bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework • A W-9 form must be submitted • The address on your W-9 form must match the address on your LMS account. (To update your LMS, login, click on learner, my info)

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PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS DEVELOPMENT FOR PRESCHOOLERS PLUS $50 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS

HILLSBOROUGH INFANT & TODDLER INITIATIVE Providing FREE Support to Providers to help streghten their infant and toddler programs.

LET’S WORK TOGETHER TO GROW GREAT MINDS

WHY SHOULD YOU PARTICIPATE?

The Hillsborough Infant & Toddler Initiative is a program developed by the ELCHC to address the need for quality infant and toddler child care.

Financial Incentives

DOES YOUR PROGRAM QUALIFY?

Onsite or Virtual Coaching

• Do you have a current School Readiness contract? • Do you want to increase birth to 2 enrollment? • Are you located in the following ZIP codes: 33527 33511 33570 33603 33607 33613 33534 33594 33596 33604 33610 33617 33572 33569 33598 33605 33612 33619

Technical Assistance Classroom Materials Professional Development

IF YOU ANSWERED YES! TO ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS, WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

Describe the stages of PA development and understand the connections of emergent reading and writing.

Category: VPK C.E.U. 0.5 Trainer(s): Twyla Hartz Date: 11/05/2022

OUTCOMES: Recognize the key elements of early language and literacy development.

Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

12/05/2022

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Length: 5hrs.

Audience: VPK

Cost: IECP Member: $0

Non-Member: $0

Location: On-site ELCHC

Max Participants: 35

Description: This training is appropriate for preschool educators and directors, and is open to all. Participants will have an opportunity to participate in hands-on activities supporting developmentally appropriate instruction in phonological awareness as well as explore the phonological awareness stages of development. The training is designed to complement the initial training, Implementing the Florida Standards in Preschool Classrooms: 3 Years Old to Kindergarten and the Emergent Literacy for VPK Instructors online course. This course consists of three learning components: the instructor-led component, a lesson planning and practice component, and a virtual reflection session. This course meets 5 hours of the emergent literacy course requirement for VPK educators. Upon completion of all three learning components participants will receive 5 hours/.5 CEU credits Special Note: Participants must register on the DCF Child Care Training website at https://training01-dcf.myflorida.com/ studentsite/admin/signin. Use Course Reference #10053. This course meets twice. November 5, 2022 will be 3 hours face-to-face, completing Component 1 of the course. December 5, 2022 will be one hour online completing Component 3. Participants will complete Component 2 on their own between sessions. All components must be completed for credit. Online platform information will be given during Component 1 presentation. No one will be admitted after 15 minutes.

Identify the phonological awareness standard and benchmarks for 4-year-olds. Plan and implement phonological awareness instruction using developmentally appropriate activities.

TO EARN AN ACHIEVEMENT BONUS • Must be teaching in Hillsborough County to qualify for the Achievement Bonus • All requirements of the course must be met (Pre/post, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation, if applicable). • Each individual is limited to 3 training achievement bonuses from July to December 2022

Understand CLASS scores

• Bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework • A W-9 form must be submitted

6302 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Suite 100 Tampa, FL 33619 Main Phone (813) 515 – 2340

• The address on your W-9 form must match the address on your LMS account. (To update your LMS, login, click on learner, my info)

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IMPLEMENTING THE FLORIDA STANDARDS IN PRESCHOOL CLASSROOMS: 3 YEARS OLD TO KINDERGARTEN PLUS $30 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: VPK C.E.U. 0.3 Trainer(s): Jamie Harmon Date: 11/08/2022

Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Length: 3hrs.

Audience: VPK

Cost: IECP Member: $0

Non-Member: $0

Location: Online ZOOM

Max Participants: 50

Description: This training is based on the newly revised Florida Early Learning and Developmental Standards and provides an overview of the standards used in preschool classrooms serving children ages three years old to Kindergarten. This training meets the lead VPK instructor training requirements and incorporates the standards approved for use in VPK programs. Examples of developmentally appropriate instructional strategies for preschool age children are provided throughout the training along with information about purposeful planning, reflective practice and qualities of an effective educator. Through an interactive presentation, video clips, and hands-on activities, participants will become familiar with the Standards and understand the elements of quality instruction in preschool classrooms.

OUTCOMES: Be knowledgeable of the 2017 Florida Early Learning and Developmental Standards. Utilize the Educator’s Guide to Understanding the Florida Early Learning and Developmental Standards when planning developmentally appropriate experiences in VPK and multi-aged classrooms. Understand the characteristics of an effective educator, elements of quality instruction and the importance of reflective practice to support children’s continued growth and development.

MASTER CLASS LANGUAGE, LITERACY, COMMUNICATION WITH PLANNING FOR I/T PLUS $60 ACHIEVEMENT BONUS Category: Language & Literacy C.E.U. 0.6 Trainer(s): Wendee Hooker-Taylor | Ivelisse Valentin Date: 11/19/2022

Time: 9:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Length: 6hrs.

Audience: Infant/Toddler

Cost: IECP Member: $5

Non-Member: $5

Location: Online ZOOM

Max Participants: 25

OUTCOMES: Compare effective strategies to use in the classroom as it relates to the CLASS tool, with current classroom strategies regarding typical classroom interactions with children. Implement strategies introduced during the course within their classroom and complete a course strategy reflection form.

Description: Join us for a closer look at the CLASS tool to learn how to incorporate language and literacy concepts in your infant and toddler classrooms with regard to the CLASS dimensions. Specific topics will be related to Infant and Toddler Language, Literacy and Communication strategies as well as Planning and Exploration designed to help you improve your CLASS score.

Special Note: Participants must register on the DCF Child Care Training website at https://training01-dcf.myflorida.com/ studentsite/admin/signin. Use Course Reference #9974. No one will be admitted after 15 minutes. TO EARN AN ACHIEVEMENT BONUS • Must be teaching in Hillsborough County to qualify for the Achievement Bonus • All requirements of the course must be met (Pre/post, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation, if applicable). • Each individual is limited to 3 training achievement bonuses from July to December 2022 • Bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework • A W-9 form must be submitted • The address on your W-9 form must match the address on your LMS account. (To update your LMS, login, click on learner, my info)

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