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 .

 

Upcoming EE Leadership Webinars

What is the Foundational Basis for all Successful Leadership? with Dr. Mary Martin of Moody Bible Institute

Tuesday, February 13, 2018, 2:00-3:00 PM EST

If you want to make a significant impact on student learning, then start with servant leadership. In this session we will examine recent research of 18 ACSI Christian school principals and 280 Christian school teachers across the USA that resulted in teachers saying a principal's servant leadership correlates with instructional leadership. In this webinar, we will discuss the 10 characteristics of servant leadership and what they may look like in your school environment.   

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Upcoming Early Educator Webinars

Fearfully and Wonderfully Made: Understanding How God's Perfect Design Relates to Teaching and Learning with Dr. Linnea Lyding of Arizona Christian University

Thursday, February 15, 2018, 4:00-5:00 PM EST

In this interactive, highly engaging webinar, participants will learn what brain research says about how young children learn. New technology and extensive research on learning and the brain have provided insight into God's perfect design. Using this research as a guide, teachers can better understand how to inspire motivation, gain attention, enhance memory, and strengthen cognition in young children. Dr. Lyding will offer concrete, easy-to-use strategies based on this science. Participants will apply this new learning while creating activities for their own classrooms.

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