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CES offers professional development workshops, courses, conferences, and Professional Learning Communities, for educators, administrators, early childhood providers, and community members. These may be fully online, in-person, or hybrid events.

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Nov 10 2022
Playful Strategies for Supporting Early Communication Development in Children with ASD – 2 Hr Version

Ever wonder how to support a child whose language seems "stuck", or who only repeats what you say? What about a child who isn't speaking yet at all? Come learn a variety of play-based

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Nov 14 2022
Youth Mental Health – Blended Learning Virtual Version

Youth Mental Health First Aid is designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, peers, neighbors, health and human services workers, and other caring citizens how to

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Nov 16 2022
Annual Legal Issues Seminar: Special Education

Popular and informative presenter Gini Tate returns to address issues with legal ramifications for your school. Attorney Tate specializes in keeping current with the legal decisions and legislation

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Nov 17 2022
9th Annual Safe and Healthy Schools Summit: Supporting Schools in Seeking Racial Healing in Polarizing Times

A conference to help members of school communities strengthen skills to better address racism and racial equity in schools, navigate difficult or polarizing conversations in pursuit of racial

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Nov 29 2022
Understanding and Addressing Young Children’s Challenging Behaviors

Young children use their behaviors to communicate their feelings, needs and wants.  This course looks at what children may be trying to communicate with their behavior,  the impact of trauma on

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Dec 7 2022
Section 504 Training

The purpose of the workshop is to review Section 504, the regulations and OCR/court decisions with a particular emphasis on medical/health disabilities. Because personnel who have responsibility for

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Dec 10 2022
Promoting Equity in Early Childhood Settings

In this course, early childhood educators will explore the intersection and impact of culture and implicit bias, and the role they play in shaping us both individually and collectively as a society.

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Dec 15 2022
Youth Mental Health – Blended Learning Virtual Version

Youth Mental Health First Aid is designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, peers, neighbors, health and human services workers, and other caring citizens how to

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