Current Course Schedule

Incorporating Early Childhood Practice Into Online and Socially Distanced Classroom

In this constantly evolving world, how does our teaching practice adjust while keeping the core pieces of an early childhood setting alive and well? How do we keep the feeling of community, connection and joy present while remaining socially distanced or working together remotely? The strategies, lessons and ideas introduced in this course can be adapted to meet the needs of a wide range of learners and across various learning environments. This course will incorporate a framework for play, ideas for play including storytelling with puppets, and other shared experiences that allow children to process their feelings, connect with others, maintain relationships and build resilience, while also strengthening the home-school connection. This workshop meets online eastern time.
  • Focus On
    Preschool - PreK
  • Category
    Early Childhood, Online
  • Registration Options and Cost
    $195 4.0 CTLE or 0.4 CEU

Sections

Spring 2021

  • Section 01: March 8, March 15
    • Laura Araman
      Laura Araman
      Laura Araman, LCSW, MSEd, is a SEIT and Play Therapist in private practice, a Child Development Specialist at Beginnings Nursery School and an adjunct instructor and advisor at Bank Street College. Previously, Laura served as a Developmental Therapist at the New York Center for Child Development. She has also been a classroom teacher in early childhood classrooms in New York City and Durham, NC. Laura is a licensed clinical social worker with an MS in Social Work from Columbia University and a MS in Early Childhood General and Special Education from Bank Street College. Her BA is from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Psychology and Elementary Education.