Zombie Vampire Veterinarian Moms

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Description

Weapons play, rough-and-tumble-play, superhero play, death play and similar types of play often get a bad rap in early learning settings. Attempts are made to restrict and outright ban these types of play because they are loud, rowdy, aggressive, violent-looking, and can make adults uncomfortable.

The problem is, such play is ripe with learning possibilities and developmental benefits.

Based on ideas from our book, Let Them Play, this session looks at the positive side of the play that makes adults uncomfortable and offers suggestions for embracing and supporting it instead of trying to ban it.

Learning Goals

Attendees will:

  • Understand why the types of play that make adults uncomfortable are beneficial
  • Examine their feelings about, and experiences with, these ‘uncomfortable’ types of play
  • Leave with ideas for managing and supporting such play

Registration Fee

$20.00

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Date, Time & Length

This 60-minute session takes place 03/15/2023 starting at 7:00pm Central Time, USA.

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Content Level

Beginner / Intermediate

Competency Area

Competency Areas vary by region. Below are the competency area for this session in different regions with which we work:

  • Alabama | Learning Experiences And Enrichment / Child Development
  • Illinois | Curriculum Or Program Design
  • Michigan | Teaching And Learning
  • Missouri | Learning Environment And Curriculum
  • Nebraska | Planning Learning Experiences And Curriculum
  • Oklahoma | Learning Environments And Curriculum
  • South Dakota | Learning Environments
  • Wisconsin | Learning Experiences, Strategies, And Curriculum
  • CDA | Advancing Children’s Physical And Intellectual Development

Age Group Focus

  • Toddlers (12 months to 36 months)
  • Preschool (36 months to 5 years)
  • School-Age (5 years to 12 years)
  • Adult

Notes

  • Live sessions take place via the ZOOM meeting platform. After registering, you will receive an email with information about the training.
  • All live sessions are recorded so that we can share the if any attendees experience technical problems.
  • Learn more about navigating our trainings here.
  • Browse our FAQs to learn more about trainings.
  • This session is not National Administrator Credential approved

Trainer

Jeff A Johnson–Jeff is an early learning speaker, podcast host and producer, content creator, author, and founder of Playvolution HQ and Explorations Early Learning. He has 26+ years of experience as a caregiver and has been an early learning trainer since 2000.

Target Audience

  • Family Child Care Providers
  • Child Care Center Teachers
  • Child Care Center Directors
  • Head Start Teachers
  • Head Start Administrators
  • Early Head Start Teachers
  • Service Coordination Staff
  • Technical Assistance Specialists
  • Home Visitors
  • Parents

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Certificates Of Completion

While we hope you attend our sessions for the content, we know certificates are important. To receive a certificate, you must participate in the entire session, then complete and submit a short evaluation. Upon submission of the evaluation, a personalized PDF certificate is automatically generated and emailed to you. The link to the evaluation appears on the session’s landing page and can be accessed after the training ends.


There are too many organizations overseeing approval of early learning professional development for us to keep track of, but we know our trainings are accepted as follows:

United States

Professional Development Approvals08 22

Canada

Alberta | We have been informed that Alberta does not have a pre-approval process and that our certificates contain the required information to be accepted as in-service training.

British Columbia | Explorations Early Learning was told that in BC, “professional development is assessed on a case by case basis after the workshop has been completed, and the certificate has been received.” Our certificates contain all the information required for approval, and our sessions cover topics that are traditionally approved.


Australia

We have not yet had time to dig into approval requirements for in-service trainings in any Australian states. It’s on the to-do list.


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