Online – Self Pace
How is mathematics taught in early care and education? What are some strategies for effective, intentional instruction? What are some ways to engage the families in developing the mathematical skills of the children? Most importantly, what are some ways to make this fun so that the children want to learn math? Children really are eager to explore mathematical concepts and it is our job to provide them enriching opportunities in the early care and education environment.
Talking, planning, and experiencing mathematics in everyday use will help children acquire a positive attitude, skills, and knowledge! Participants attending this learning events will discover the 5 components of mathematics, ways to involve families in the child’s learning process, discuss the teacher’s role for each of the 5 components, dive into the research behind mathematics, its use and importance in early care and education, and design a strategy to assess children’s learning for each component of mathematics.
Credit: .5 CEU (5 Contact Hours)
Participants will be emailed information on how to access the online training once registration has ended. Each person will need an email address.
Pricing – Regular (Sep 1, 2020 – Sep 30, 2020)
The refund policy is set by Southeastern Community College – Region 4 Child Care Resource and Referral. All refund requests will be referred to Southeastern Community College – Region 4 Child Care Resource and Referral before processing.