Developmental Milestones: Teacher, Teacher, What Do You See?
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- Child Development
- Developmental Disabilities
- Family Engagement
- Developmental Domains
Approved for 0.5 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) in all 50 states.
This course is approved for CEUs in every state. It is also approved for state training hours in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersery, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, and Virginia.
“As educators, we understand that learning begins in infancy when a child's knowledge, skills, and attitudes toward learning is at their greatest developmental stages. I will continue to use the Organization of Framework... In addition, the Milestones Checklist will also be used as a tool to capture child growth and development. These tools married with effective teaching practices are what teachers' need to guide curriculum and learning materials, plan daily activities, and inform intentional teaching practices.”
-Sheila S., DC, 2021
“My action plan for this course is to talk about development right from the start! Currently, we only complete assessments once a year before parent-teacher conferences... I will use the milestone checklist for each, child and give parents a copy at the beginning of the school year or whenever a new child starts in our classroom. I will make it a habit to discuss milestones with the parents so that if something were to come up, we will have the proper resources (and I will have the confidence!) to discuss it.”
-Emily V., IN, 2021
“I'm thrilled to learn about the free CDC materials, and I've already begun to share them with the parents I work with. I'll continue to use them regularly both for the checklists and up-to-date information. I especially appreciate the videos and preparation for potentially difficult conversations from this course. Moving forward, I'll introduce them when I begin working with families.”
-Deborah E., CA, 2021
“Now that I am educated on developemental milestones, I will now be more vigilant and keep a checklist of my own with my children. I will also use the free resources there are and print some out so I can be prepared when the parents ask me any questions regarding their child's developmental milestones. I know together we can make a difference.”
-Maribel C., NJ, 2019