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Professional development workshops offer knowledgeable presenters and exciting topics to provide you with new and helpful strategies for your classroom.
Workshops are

  • free to attend

  • specifically designed for early childhood educators

  • open to all educators in Indian River County

Workshops provide

For more information on workshops Childcare Resources has hosted, view our Past Workshops page.

To subscribe to emails about our upcoming workshops and other opportunities, click here or text* PRESCHOOL to 22828.

*normal messaging rates will apply

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DAP: Why our children don't need pushing, and what they do need instead

DAP: Why our children don't need pushing, and what they do need instead

December 11 2021

Upcoming Workshops

Teaching with Intention & Powerful Play

Amanda Morgan

Not Just Cute

February 2022

Conscious Discipline

Kim Jackson

Conscious Discipline

April 2022

Frequently asked questions

Why do I have to provide my demographic data?

Childcare Resources outreach programs are funded through grants that allow us to provide these programs at little or no cost to you. Grant makers ask us to report on the demographics of those that benefit from these programs. Demographic data is kept confidential.

Do you share my contact information?

No. We will use your contact information to contact you about training opportunities. You may opt out of these communications at any time.

Do training opportunities provide CEUs or in-service hours?

Outreach programs like workshops and communities of practice offer a certificate of in-service hours. CEUs are available through FLAEYC.

Is there an attendance policy?

We ask that you let us know if you are unable to attend a workshop or other training opportunity so that we can provide your spot to another educator. "No-shows" (when you do not attend and do not give us notice) may be prevented from attending future training opportunities.

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