CLASS® Observer Certification Training – Infant/Toddler

CLASS Observation Training where participants will build an in-depth
understanding of the CLASS system & learn to accurately observe &
code classrooms using CLASS observation tool. Those who pass the
reliability testing are certified to use the CLASS measure in classroom
observations.
Target Audience: Observers, coaches, administrators, & individuals
interested in becoming CLASS Affiliate Trainers. Within the first 2 months
following training participants will complete an online certification.

Infant/Toddler CLASS Observer Certification Training’s
January 28 – January 30, 2020
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Community Action Partnership Head Start and Early Head Start – 338 SE 1st Street, Dickinson, ND

CLASS® Observer Certification Training – PreK

CLASS Observation Training where participants will build an in-depth
understanding of the CLASS system & learn to accurately observe &
code classrooms using CLASS observation tool. Those who pass the
reliability testing are certified to use the CLASS measure in classroom
observations.
Target Audience: Observers, coaches, administrators, & individuals
interested in becoming CLASS Affiliate Trainers. Within the first 2 months
following training participants will complete an online certification.

PreK CLASS® Observer Certification Training
• January 28-29, 2020 – Dickinson
8:00am – 4:00pm

Introduction to the new North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten

The New North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten were released in 2018 and developed through a collaborative effort of early childhood professionals across the field of early childhood education. This training will discuss the standards that provide a common set of expectations for children’s learning and development across various types of early learning settings and how they can be implemented within programs.

Presenter: Dr. Kelli Odden Mayville State University

Introduction to the new North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten

The New North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten were released in 2018 and developed through a collaborative effort of early childhood professionals across the field of early childhood education. This training will discuss the standards that provide a common set of expectations for children’s learning and development across various types of early learning settings and how they can be implemented within programs.

Presenter: Dr. Kelli Odden Mayville State University

Introduction to the new North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten

The New North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten were released in 2018 and developed through a collaborative effort of early childhood professionals across the field of early childhood education. This training will discuss the standards that provide a common set of expectations for children’s learning and development across various types of early learning settings and how they can be implemented within programs.

Presenter: Dr. Kelli Odden Mayville State University

Introduction to the new North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten

The New North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten were released in 2018 and developed through a collaborative effort of early childhood professionals across the field of early childhood education. This training will discuss the standards that provide a common set of expectations for children’s learning and development across various types of early learning settings and how they can be implemented within programs.

Presenter: Dr. Kelli Odden, Mayville State University

Introduction to the new North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten, Online

The New North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten were released in 2018 and developed through a collaborative effort of early childhood professionals across the field of early childhood education. This online training will discuss the standards that provide a comment set of expectations for children’s learning and development across various types of early learning settings and how they can be implemented within programs.

Approaches to Play and Learning, North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten Online Training Series

This training is a part of the North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten Online Training Series. This one-hour training focuses on Domain I: Approaches to Play and Learning and is one of five online trainings in the series.

This online training focuses on how children learn and skills and behaviors children use to engage in learning through play. The sub-domains Emotional and Behavioral Self-Regulation, Cognitive Self-Regulation, Initiative and Curiosity, and Creativity will be the focus of this training, allowing you to reflect on the domains through interactions, early childhood environments, and individualization with children. This training also demonstrates how domains are cross-cutting, and one domain area can support additional domains and sub-domains. There is not a specific order to the trainings.

Children’s Relationships with Adults and With Other Children, North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten Online Training Series.

This training is a part of the North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten Online Training Series. This one-hour training focuses on Domain II: Social-Emotional Development, specifically focusing on two Sub-Domains Children’s Relationships with Adults and With Other Children. This training is one of five in the online training series.

This online training focuses on the importance of relationships and relationship building for children with adults and other children. You will reflect on how interactions, early childhood environments, and individualization with children are used to build relationships. This training also demonstrates how domains are cross-cutting, and one domain area can support additional domains and sub-domains. There is not a specific order to the online trainings in the North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten Online Training Series.

Domain II Social-Emotional Development, Emotional Functioning, North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten Online Training Series.

This training is a part of the North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten Online Training Series. This one-hour training focuses on Domain II: Social-Emotional Development, specifically focusing on the Sub-Domain Emotional Functioning.

This training is one of five in the online training series. This online training focuses on the importance of guiding and developing a child’s emotional functioning, building a child’s ability to recognize and label feelings while working individually and with others. You will reflect on how interactions, early childhood environments, and individualization with children are used to build emotional functioning skills. This training also demonstrates how domains are cross-cutting, and one domain area can support additional domains and sub-domains. There is not a specific order to the online trainings in the North Dakota Early Learning Standards Birth to Kindergarten Online Training Series.