The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) defines "high quality" as a program that,
"Meets the needs of and promotes the physical, social, emotional and cognitive development of the children and adults-parents, staff and administrators- who are involved in the program."
As Georgia has a long history as a leader in promoting early learning and development outcomes for children, Georgia child care providers need to be able to recognize and implement best practices into their programs.
H&H Child Care Training Center’s Emergent Learning & Development training course offers providers practical ways to implement best practices in childcare.
In the National Association for the Education of Young Children’s signature document defining best practices for children, developmentally appropriate experiences and practices are the key ingredients for high-quality early learning classrooms. In this course, we help you identify the learning objectives for children ages 3-5 years old and help you understand the relationships between quality early learning classroom experiences and emergent skills and development.
H&H Child Care Training Center is your complete resource center for trainings, educational resources, professional certifications and more.