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Early Childhood Professional Development Partnerships

For more information about NELCP, click HERE to download the
Northern Early Learning Connection Regional Partnership’s brochure


April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Play your part in
protecting children. Help prevent child abuse and neglect.
Visit www.nebraskapinwheels.org or
www.pinwheelsforprevention.org
to learn more.


NET has some great on-demand videos available on their website. “Ready for Kindergarten: The Impact of Early Childhood Education” and “The Science of Brain Development in Early Childhood” can count toward in-service training hours with this form from Nebraska DHHS.


Click HERE to download Training Requirements
in New Child Care Licensing Regulations
as of May 20, 2013. Click HERE to download the DHHS required training checklist.

The Backpack Connection Series was created by TACSEI to provide a way for teachers, parents and caregivers to work together to help young children develop social emotional skills and reduce challenging behavior.

Learn more about these topics: addressing behaviors; emotions;
routines and schedules; and social skill development.




Click HERE to download the Spring 2014
Northern ELC newsletter
(Download Early Childhood Training Record HERE)



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First Five Nebraska
http://www.firstfivenebraska.com/

Nebraska Office of Early Childhood: Office of Children and Families
http://www.education.ne.gov/oec

Early Childhood Training Center
http://www.education.ne.gov/oec/ectc.html


Nobody Ever Said Parenting Was Easy...

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Sometimes, being a good parent can be a tough job.
But it can also be a rewarding one.

Finding positive ways to deal with frustration, anger and tension is important, especially when it comes to handling stress around our children and families. Learn how laughing, talking together and asking for help can make all the difference

A Rethink Your Reaction campaign has been launched by the Nebraska Child Abuse Prevention Partnership. The Rethink Your Reaction campaign is designed to promote safe and healthy family interaction.

Click HERE to download a flyer and click HERE to download a list of resources available for parents. For more information and resources, including resources available in Spanish, visit: http://www.NebraskaChildren.org

Rethink Your Reaction

 

Early Learning Guidelines
Early Learning Guidelines
Click HERE for more information about Nebraska's Early Learning Guidelines
Nebraska Core Competencies
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Click HERE for more information about Nebraska's Core Competencies for Early Childhood Professionals
Questions? Comments? Please email Scott or Tracey.