Early Learning

Early Learning: Assessment

(10 Clock Hours, $40)
Learn about effective assessment practices and how to make data-based decisions to inform interventions and goal development.

Early Learning: Child and Adult Interactions

(10 Clock Hours, $40)
Learn ways to support student learning and development through quality adult-child and child-child interactions.

Early Learning: Early Childhood Environments and Behavior Management

(10 clock hours, $40)
Provides information on how to set-up effective inclusive early childhood classroom environments. It discusses the interrelated physical, social, and temporal components of those environments, as well as adaptations to help teachers meet the needs of children with disabilities. Also includes information on early childhood behavior management with an emphasis on creating developmentally appropriate expectations and designing proactive systems for teaching and reinforcing appropriate behaviors.

Early Learning: Environment

(10 clock hours, $40)
Learn the components of a student’s natural and inclusive environment and why attending to the environment is crucial for students with disabilities.

Early Learning: Family-Professional Partnerships

(10 Clock Hours, $40)
Learn about effective family-professional partnership practices and why strong and trusting family-professional partnerships are crucial for students with disabilities.

Early Learning: Instructional Practices

(10 Clock Hours, $40)
Learn about effective instructional practices that are intentional and systematic to inform what to teach, when to teach, how to evaluate the effects of teaching, and how to support and evaluate the quality of instructional practices implemented by others.

Early Learning: Teaming and Collaboration

(10 Clock Hours, $40)
Learn the components of teaming and collaboration and why teaming and collaboration between practitioners and families is crucial for children with disabilities.

Early Learning: Transition

(10 Clock Hours, $40)
This course will help you support the transitions of students with disabilities and their families between and among services, supports, and programs.