Super Saturday-The Role of Movement in Play
February 20, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 12:15 pm
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Join us for a full day of learning! Attend two virtual classes in one day and complete an Independent Learning assignment to receive 5 hours of credit. Each class will focus on the role of movement in play. Join us for a dynamic day of professional development!
Rough-n-Tumble Play Session (live virtual class)
Rough-n-tumble play starts developing in infancy and continues throughout development! Join 4-C for a discussion on the critical role rough-n-tumble play has within our classrooms. Children crave play opportunities to use their bodies with other children. Rough-n-tumble play is a form of play that occurs at all ages and is characterized by engaging in playful physical actions. Learn how to create opportunities for rough-n-tumble play that are safe and based upon establishing boundaries and setting limits. Let’s look at the behaviors with a different lens!
Girls v/s Boys (live virtual class)
Let’s talk about the real differences of what boys and girls experience. This session will discuss the importance of understanding child development and what is appropriate to expect from boys and girls in the classroom. Boys and girls may have different needs, but they are still developing children. This training will explore developmentally appropriate milestones and schemas that teachers can support in the class.
Independent Learning Pre-Work (assignment completed on your own time)
To receive a full 5 credit hours for Super Saturday, pre-work must be completed prior to the day of class. An assignment will be emailed to each participant a week before to complete on their own time.
Notice: This is an online class. Please make sure you include a valid email address when registering and that you have internet and email access at the time of the training. This training will be conducted via Zoom, and you will be required to participate via video and audio through a computer, phone, or tablet.
Level 2 CDA 2, 8 CC 1 Audience-All
5 Credit Hours