Active Supervision Webinar

2/27/2014
2 – 3 p.m. EST

Join the Office of Head Start National Center on Health (NCH) for a webinar that explores active supervision and how you can transform child supervision in your program. Actively supervising children is the best way to keep them safe. Discover strategies that you can use in classrooms, on playgrounds, and in family child care homes

Topics for this webinar include:

  • Defining active supervision
  • Identifying and practicing six active supervision strategies
  • Exploring ways to use and adapt these strategies in your program

Who Should Participate?

This webinar will benefit an array of audience members, including: Head Start center directors, education managers, classroom and assistant teachers, family child care providers, playground monitors, child care providers, and other adults who supervise children in programs.

How to Register

Participation is free. Select this link to register: https://goto.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1029210

After registering, participants will receive a confirmation email with information on how to join the webinar on Thursday, Feb. 27. It will be recorded and archived on the Early Childhood Learning and Knowledge Center (ECLKC) for later viewing.

Certificate of Participation

Participants will receive a certificate of participation upon completion on an online evaluation. A link to the evaluation will be available when the webinar closes. Participants must complete the online evaluation in order to receive a certificate. Only participants in the live presentation will be eligible.

Questions?

For more information, contact NCH at nchinfo@aap.org or 1-888-227-5125.

via National Center on Health Event.

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