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Lunch is running late, the children have finished the small group activity, what do you do now? Transition activities are helpful and needed tools that teachers can use when children are moving from one activity to another in the classroom. This 3-hour training workshop is designed for beginning and intermediate teachers of preschool-age children and will teach the necessary criteria for choosing appropriate transition activities as well as ways that transition times can be teaching opportunities.
This course has been approved by MSDE Early Childhood Division approval number CKO-380. Subject Area: 3 Hours Cur
There is a minimum enrollment of 6 students in order for this class to proceed.
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Online ZOOM , ZOOM Classroom,
Date: Tuesday, March 22nd
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Please have handouts available prior to the start of class. No refunds for missed class!!!
Zoom Protocols: Students must keep cameras on and must have audio and microphone accessible.
Click on the link included in this email to access your login for your Zoom training. There will be no face-to-face contact. We are holding the class online via Zoom.
Please be prepared to share your video during the session. Please have your handouts (which will be emailed the morning before the session) easily accessible as these will be actively used during the session.
Location: From your home.
Log on using the link provided in this email to use the Zoom virtual class meeting. Tech support is available at 301-237-1414 and 240-351-3651: please be patient as lines can get busy right before a class' start time. We appreciate your patience with this learning curve and thank you in advance for your understanding. Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. You can also reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org and via phone at 240-261-4163 on evenings and weekends. For immediate assistance, you can call 301-237-1414.
A minimum of 5 students is required for the class to proceed.
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