May 24, 2017

Early Childhood Resource Center releases Spring-Summer 2017 Training Calendar

The Early Childhood Resource Center (ECRC) has released its Spring-Summer 2017 Training Calendar, which details all the upcoming programs the ECRC has planned for the next three months. Activities include family programs and professional development opportunities for educators and care providers.

“The ECRC is here to make things easier. We make it our business to know the very latest research-backed ways to foster growth, learning and healthy development. We provide practical and easy strategies for applying that information. Whether you’re an educator or a parent, the ECRC can help you make the most of your journey with the young children in your life,” said Scott Hasselman, ECRC executive director. “We offer lots of classes and programs for educators and families alike.

Programs for professionals are broken out by child care administrators, infant-toddler teachers, preschool and school-age teachers, and all professional audiences. Topics range from creating great staff meetings to baby doll circle time to a developmentally appropriate practice series and more. There is also extensive programming for families. The Inspiration Station is an interactive learning space designed to spark imagination and promote learning through art, dramatic play, science, sensory experiences, manipulatives, writing and building activities that’s open during ECRC normal hours. Or, there are weekly programs based on monthly themes.

A ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System, the Early Childhood Resource Center works to promote the healthy development of young children by: strengthening families, improving the quality of early learning experiences, increasing school and community readiness, and informing public policy.

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