Infant Curriculum Strategies Using Frog Street- Virtual
This course is a customized, in-depth training of the pedagogy, organization, and implementation strategies that strengthen educators’ and administrators’ knowledge on how to implement the Frog Street Curriculum in the classroom environment. This training will focus on unpacking the curriculum, lesson planning, and the step-by-step procedure on Starting your Day. Additionally, teachers will learn how to conduct observations to meet the need of all the developmental domains in infants. This training is intended for educators who currently use or maybe planning to use the Frog Street curriculum in the classroom.
Florida Core Competency ECE
Child Development and Learning
Building Family and Community Relationships
Teaching and Learning Environments and Interactions
Observing, Documenting, Screening, and assessing to Support Young Children and their Families
Head Start Early Learning Outcomes
Language and Physical Development
Early Language Support
Florida Early Learning and Developmental Standards
The Standards for Children Birth to Kindergarten are grouped around eight domains of early learning and development:
I. Physical Development
II. Approaches to Learning
III. Social and Emotional Development
We STRONGLY RECOMMEND that you join our Virtual Training via computer.
1. Go to the meeting invite and click on meeting link.
2. That will open a web page, where you'll see Guest, and you will type your FULL NAME.
3. Click on “Enter Room”.
4. If using a computer, choose “Open in Browser”. If using a cell phone, choose “Open in Application”.
4. You will then enter the Meeting Room.
If you do not have access to a laptop and opt to join via a Smart Phone, please download Adobe Connect from your Apple App Store or Google Play Store and Join as a Guest.
To view Adobe Connect Participant Guide, visit https://www.adobe.com/content/dam/acom/en/products/adobeconnect/pdfs/VQSG-Participants.pdf
Please note: If you do not meet the minimum participation requirements, you will not receive credit for attending.
If you require Americans with Disabilities Act accommodations to participate in any ELCPBC event or activity, please notify Christie Young, Single Point of Contact, by phone at 561-214-7424 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org within at least seven (7) days of the event. Accommodation will be provided at no extra charge.