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With limited funding for professional development, these online tutorials, webinars and courses can fill in the learning gap.
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Online Tutorials, Webinars and e-Courses
This section contains online learning related to building quality CNC programs, such as simple visuals, dealing with challenging behaviour, and having difficult conversations with parents.
Engage in online learning that demonstrates ways to help you better manage your CNC program.
Health and Safety in CNC
Discover online learning that encourages proper health and safety practices–like child abuse intervention, how to handle severe allergic reactions, and choosing safe toys–to support the children in your program.
Working with Newcomer Families
Explore courses that will support your program in your work with newcomer families, including understanding guiding principles for the care of newcomer children and managing separation anxiety.
Find out more about how to support children with special needs in your program, with topics that include The Importance of Early Identification for Newcomer Children with Special Needs.
- CMAS 2009 Conference Highlights
- Education Online – Highlights
- Block Play Workshop
- Bringing Children’s Stories to Life
- Welcoming Refugee Families
- Great and Sustainable First Impressions
- Great School Age Resources: Quick Tip Video
- Art Activities For All Learners
- Mentoring for Personal and Professional Growth
- Meeting the Distinctive Needs of Newcomer Children in Childminding Settings
- Terrific Toddlers
- 1 in 100: Bringing Epilepsy Out of the Shadows
- Care for Newcomer Children: A New Type of Child Care Support (Administrators)
- Care for Newcomer Children: A New Type of Child Care Support (CNC Staff)
- Loose Parts
- CMAS Podcasts: CNCR Changes Since the 2012 Conference Presented by Susan Hoo & Tricia Doyle
- Linguistically Appropriate Practice
- “The Change Train”