Virtual Learning Series

Michigan AEYC’s Virtual Learning Series provides professional development and training to support the early childhood workforce through rich content and meaningful connections. This series is presented via Zoom. Register for individual events below.
SPECIAL SERIES: Virtual Infant Toddler Learning Series (14 SCECHs)

October 19-23

The Michigan AEYC Infant Toddler Learning Series is designed to provide professional development for people working with or on behalf of infants and toddlers and their families, in a variety of settings including home care providers, teaching teams, administrators, coaches, mentors and trainers.

The 2020 Virtual Infant/Toddler Learning Series offers a maximum of 14 training hours available through MiRegistry; SCECHs available for eligible attendees registered in MOECS.

Can’t make a session? We’ve got you covered. Recorded sessions will be available to registrants through October 30, 2020.


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NAEYC: Navigating Quality Post-COVID

PRE-RECORDED WEBINAR- LISTEN NOW FOR FREE!

In this interactive pre-recorded webinar, NAEYC Early Learning Program Accreditation staff will discuss how this global pandemic has affected child care programs and provide new guidance for assessment items. Have paper and pencil nearby for completing activities. Webinar time is 26 minutes.

Meghann Hickey, Relationship Implementation Specialist, NAEYC

Rashi Sharma, Relationship Implementation Specialist, NAEYC

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Coronavirus Q & A Child Care Webinar

Originally broadcast April 15, 2020- LISTEN NOW FOR FREE!

View the recording from Michigan AEYC’s live Coronavirus Q&A Child Care Webinar to hear updates and information from the Child Development and Care Program (DHHS billing questions), Child Care Licensing Division (licensing questions), and Governor Whitmer’s office. You’ll hear questions from child care programs and providers with answers provided by the following panelists:

Lisa Brewer-Walraven, Director, Child Development and Care Program

Mark Jansen, Director, Child Care Licensing Division

Michelle Richard, Deputy to the Senior Advisory to the Governor for Michigan Prosperity

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Improvisation in the Classroom (1 SCECH)

Thursday, October 1, 7:30-8:30pm

Join this interactive session on improvisational practices that will engage and inspire your children. Participants will experience a variety of ways to create spontaneous learning, such as making up stories on the spot, adapting familiar tunes to support lessons, improvise with music and dance, and more. Enhance learning through active learning.

Presenter: Todd Greenbaum, Neighborhood Child Care Center

Michigan AEYC Standard Member Rate: $5

Non-Member Rate: $15

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