In-service: 12/03/2022: “Infant/Toddler – Be Kind- The Importance of Being a Responsive Caregiver”- 8:30AM-12:30PM Community Connections Library
December 3, 2022
Community Connections- Upstairs library
12/03/2022 – “Infant/Toddler – Be Kind- The Importance of Being a Responsive Caregiver “
8:30A-12:30PM -6 hours of credit- Community Connections Library- $30
Successful participants will:
- Stages and Psychologies in Child Development
- What is Responsive Caregiving
- Ways to building a Child’s Self Esteem / Positive Guidance & Discipline
- Age -Appropriate Activities and Supporting Skill Development
** The Two-Hour Self Study will be on “Special Needs and Early Childhood”
Location: Community Connections Upstairs Library, 501 Pine Tree Road, Longview, TX. 75604
Please Park in second parking lot. Follow signs for main entrance. Go in double doors and go to the second hallway to the library. Wear comfortable clothes. Bring snacks and drinks if you wish.
Hours: 4-hour face to face with a 2-hour self-instructional study for 6 hours of training
Cost: $30.00 includes snacks.
Sorry, no childcare or refunds.
Speaker: Amy Wingfield, M.Ed
Amy has returned to us as a Master Trainer and TECPDS Workshop Presenter. This is Amy’s 30th year in education. Amy strives to serve her community through education and enjoys sharing her experiences and journeys along the way.
Her Early Childhood experience includes:
Owning her own Registered Family Day Home
Working as a Client Specialist for CCS
Pre-K Teacher for East Texas Christian School
100+ hours as a volunteer at Longview Regional’s Birthplace
Over 15 years home-schooling
M.Ed ESL – SHSU
B.A.A.S. Child Development – SFA
Texas Reading Academy
Reading by Design Dyslexia
TECPDS Master Trainer #2118
Texas Certified Teacher EC-6 Generalist /ESL, 4-8 ELAR, All Level SPED
Don’t miss this fun and interactive workshop!
Deadline to register is September 28th, so don’t delay, register today!
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