Workshops and Events

Workshops and Events

On this page, you'll find a list of upcoming CES workshops and events with the option to narrow the results by a specific Month and Year. Click on the event title for more details to register online. 

Looking for a course?

  • Look on our Upcoming Courses page. Our courses are not only for licensure enrollees: they can be taken for PDP credit or in many cases, graduate credit.

Can't find what you're looking for?

  • Try the Search Our Offerings page to search for both current and past workshops and courses. CES can bring customized professional development on-site to your school or district. 
Tip: Select the option -Year and -Month and click Apply to reset.

September

Partnering with Families of Young Children with Disabilities Transitioning into Public Pre-K or K

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Offered by: 
Early Childhood - Educator Trainings - Special Education
Event Start Date: 
Sep 23 2019 - 9:00am
Jan 27 2020 - 9:00am

The transitions to Pre-K and kindergarten are a time of both excitement and stress for families with young children with disabilities. Supporting families during this time is key to their engagement in their child’s education. Family engagement in early childhood education improves outcomes for children with disabilities. By researching, understanding, and applying evidence based practices for developing meaningful communication and positive relationships with families, school districts can more effectively meet the needs of young children with disabilities.  

Status:
Active

October

The Importance of Block Building

graphic thumbnail with text: Early Childhood Professional Development
Offered by: 
Early Childhood - Educator Trainings
Event Start Date: 
Oct 22 2019 - 6:15pm
This course offers an overview of what healthy brain development means, and how parents, teachers, and child care providers can use specific activities and environments to challenge and build crucial foundation motor skills. By understanding how sensory motor development shapes early behavior and learning , participants will gain new insight on how to help children attend, learn and self regulate.
Status:
Active

Sensory Motor Development in Young Children

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Offered by: 
Early Childhood - Educator Trainings
Event Start Date: 
Oct 25 2019 - 9:30am
Activities and Strategies that Help

This course offers an overview of what healthy brain development means, and how parents, teachers, and child care providers can use specific activities and environments to challenge and build crucial foundation motor skills. By understanding how sensory motor development shapes early behavior and learning , participants will gain new insight on how to help children attend, learn and self regulate.

Status:
Active

January

Dual Language Learning in Preschool and Kindergarten

graphic thumbnail with text: Early Childhood Professional Development
Offered by: 
Early Childhood - Educator Trainings - Professional Development - English Language Learners
Event Start Date: 
Jan 22 2020 - 9:00am
This course will provide participants with an orientation to the best practices for young Dual Language Learners that support children's language, social-emotional and literacy development. Additionally, participants will apply strategies to design and reflect on a family engagement activity.
Status:
Active

Partnering with Families of Young Children with Disabilities Transitioning into Public Pre-K or K

graphic thumbnail with text: Early Childhood Professional Development
Offered by: 
Early Childhood - Educator Trainings - Special Education
Event Start Date: 
Sep 23 2019 - 9:00am
Jan 27 2020 - 9:00am

The transitions to Pre-K and kindergarten are a time of both excitement and stress for families with young children with disabilities. Supporting families during this time is key to their engagement in their child’s education. Family engagement in early childhood education improves outcomes for children with disabilities. By researching, understanding, and applying evidence based practices for developing meaningful communication and positive relationships with families, school districts can more effectively meet the needs of young children with disabilities.  

Status:
Active