One Hour Modules

NEW One Hour Training Modules!!

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Looking for a distance learning opportunity which offers a shorter look at a specific topic for one hour of training credit?

Child Connect for Family Success, in partnership with the Center for Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL) is pleased to announce the launch of NEW One Hour Training Modules. This is a simplified training format that anyone with internet access and a printer can easily complete with no pre-registration required.

  1. Select a topic from list below
  2. Download and read the “What Works!” brief and Handouts (PDF)
  3. Download, complete and return the attached One Hour Module Assignment & Registration for review and feedback from a course facilitator along with payment of $10 payable to Child Connect for Family Success.
  4. A training certificate will be sent to you upon successful completion.
Brief 1
Introduction to the What Works Briefs PDF
Brief 2
Understanding the Impact of Language Differences on Classroom Behavior by R. M. Santos, M. M. Ostrosky PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 3
Helping Children Understand Routines and Classroom Schedules by M. M. Ostrosky, E. Y. Jung, M. L. Hemmeter, D. Thomas PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 4
Helping Children Make Transitions between Activities by M. M. Ostrosky, E. Y. Jung, M. L. Hemmeter PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 5
Using Classroom Activities and Routines as Opportunities to Support Peer Interactionby T. Bovey, P. Strain PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 6
Using Environmental Strategies to Promote Positive Social Interactions by T. Bovey, P. StrainPDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 7
Helping Children Learn to Manage Their Own Behaviorby L. Fox, S. Garrison PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 8
Promoting Positive Peer Social Interactionsby T. Bovey, P. Strain PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 9
What are Children Trying to Tell Us?: Assessing the Function of Their Behaviorby L. Fox, M. Duda PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 10
Positive Behavior Support: An Individualized Approach for Addressing Challenging Behaviorby L. Fox PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 11
Using Functional Communication Training to Replace Challenging Behaviorby G. Dunlap, M. Duda PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 12
Building Positive Teacher-Child Relationshipsby M.M. Ostrosky, E.Y. Jung PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 13
Inclusion: The Role of the Program Administratorby B. J. Smith, P. Strain, M. M. OstroskyPDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 14
The Role of Time-Out in a Comprehensive Approach for Addressing Challenging Behaviors of Preschool Childrenby G. Dunlap, L. Fox, M.L. Hemmeter, P. Strain PDF
Brief 15
Using Choice and Preference to Promote Improved Behaviorby G. Dunlap, D. Liso PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 16
Fathers and Father-Figures: Their Important Role in Children’s Social and Emotional Developmentby A. Quesenberry, M.M. Ostrosky, R.M. Corso PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 17
Strategies for Increasing Peer Social Interactions: Prompting and Acknowledgmentby T. Bovey and P. Strain PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 18
Logical Consequencesby L. Fox and S. Langhans PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 19
Helping Children Express Their Wants and Needsby M. M. Ostrosky, M. L. Hemmeter, J. Murry, and G. Cheatham PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 20
Expressing Warmth and Affection to Childrenby S. Twardosz PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 21
Fostering Emotional Literacy in Young Children: Labeling Emotionsby G. Joseph, P. Strain, M. M. Ostrosky PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 22
Acknowledging Children’s Positive Behaviorsby Timm, M and Doubet, S. PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 23
Understanding Temperament in Infants and Toddlersby Lindsey T. Allard and Amy Hunter PDF
Handout: PDF
Brief 24
Attachment: What Works?by Donna Wittmer PDF
Handout: PDF
Video 1
Social Emotional Competence(27:00 min)
Video 2
Practical Strategies(24:00 min)

Training Form

Please download and complete the form below to receive your training certificate

Assignment Form (mail/email) PDF

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