Early Education Webinar Training
Early education members can take advantage of professional development training delivered through online webinars. The ACSI Early Education Resources team presents a one-hour live webinar once a month from September 2017 through May 2018. Each live webinar will be recorded for on-demand training in the EE group of ConNEXUS. Attendance of live or recorded webinars offers one clock hour (.17 CEUs) of professional development training.
Recorded Webinar Trainings
Early education members have access to our library of early education professional development trainings using the links below. Gain insight from leaders in the field of Christian early education. Each training can be viewed individually or in a group setting. Upon completion of a training, members will submit an assessment to receive a continuing education (CEU) certificate for one clock hour of training (.17 CEUs). Contact ACSI's Early Education Resources team to learn more about membership and accessing recorded webinar trainings in the EE Group of ConNEXUS .
- Biblical Studies
- Child Observation and Assessment
- Curriculum and Environment
- Family and Community Relationships
- Growth and Development
- Professional Development
- Spiritual Development
EE Leadership Webinars
We have concluded our EE Leadership webinar series for the 2017-18 school year.
Upcoming Early Educator Webinars
Understanding and Building Supportive Relationships with Children Who Have Experienced Trauma with Tammy Kennington of ALLIEs (Alliance for Literacy and Excellence)
Wednesday, March 14, 2018, 3:00-4:00 PM EST
Every 10 seconds a child is abused in the United States and, sadly, those at highest risk are children ages 1-3. Join Tammy Kennington, a certified Academic Language Therapist and ACE Master Trainer at ALLIEs (Alliance for Literacy and Excellence), as she examines the impact of early trauma on young children and provides practical ways in which early childhood educators and schools can implement practical tools that foster resilience in the lives of those who have experienced early trauma.