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ATLANTA, GA, Jan 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – ChildCare Education Institute® (CCEI), a dedicated online childcare training provider dedicated exclusively to early years and education staff, offers SOC112 : Reducing Exclusionary Discipline in Early Childhood Education as a free trial course for new CCEI users from January 1-31, 2022.

It has been well established for many years that a quality preschool education benefits the cognitive (thinking), social (human relationships) and emotional (feelings) development of young children. However, there are times when young children in daycares and preschool programs behave in ways that are difficult for educators to manage. These behaviors can even be dangerous for the student and others. Disciplining young students and improving their behavior requires specialized training and skills.

Exclusion discipline refers to common practices in early childhood education, such as removing children from their classrooms, being expelled from school prematurely, being suspended and expelled. This course will explore the nefarious nature of these practices and explore how the discipline of exclusion affects different populations of students. The course will also identify strategies early childhood professionals can adopt to reduce the incidence of exclusionary discipline in early childhood learning environments.

Years of research have shown that early childhood education helps students reach critical developmental milestones. High-quality early childhood education also helps prepare young students to begin their primary school years ready to learn. This belief is especially true for students who live in poverty. As students of color are more likely to live in poverty than their white peers, students of color are also the most likely to need and receive early childhood education. access. The discipline of exclusion also prevents access to education.

Reduced access to education means reduced access to the additional support services offered by schools and to the way educators relate to students and families in need. Examples include mental health and social services (eg, assistance with food security, housing and medical needs). Students with disabilities and developmental delays are more likely to receive the services they need while in school.

Services such as speech therapy, physiotherapy and occupational therapy are often offered in early learning environments as part of early intervention services. When families in need receive these types of services, children do better in school, as the challenges they face can be overcome before they become bigger issues.

“When schools exclude students, even in the name of discipline, they send the message to students that they are not wanted,” says Maria C. Taylor, President and CEO of CCEI. “Having a deep understanding of child development gives teachers the ability to plan how they can respond effectively to children’s behaviors, for example, using language they will understand. ”

It can seem overwhelming for individual teachers to apply effective and impartial discipline given all of the systemic challenges. This is because when an entire school works cooperatively to support student behavior impartially, the best results are achieved for students. And, teachers are an essential part of these efforts. Even if a school has not embarked on this school-wide work, there is a lot that teachers can do to make their classrooms more supportive of all students, including those who struggle with unwanted or unwanted behavior. dangerous.

SOC112: Reducing Exclusionary Discipline in Early Childhood Education is a two-hour, mid-level course and awards 0.2 IACET CEUs upon successful completion. Current CCEI users with active and unlimited annual subscriptions can enroll in professional development courses at no additional cost when they connected to his CCEI account. Users without a subscription can purchase childcare training courses as block hours through CCEI online registration.

For more information visit www.cceionline.edu or call 1.800.499.9907, prompt 3, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EDT

Child Care Education Institute, LLC

ChildCare Education Institute®, a division of Excellence Learning Corporation, provides distance education certificates and high quality child care training programs in a range of child care settings, including preschools, preschools, family day care centers, preschool classes, child care, online child care training and more. Over 150 childcare training courses in English and Spanish are available online to meet licensing, recognition program and head start requirements. CCEI also offers online certification programs that provide course requirements for national degrees, including CDA, principal, and early childhood degrees. CCEI, a CDA Gold Standard ™ training provider of the Council for Professional Recognition, is accredited by the Distance Education Accreditation Commission (DEAC), is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation ( CHEA) and is accredited as an Authorized Supplier by the International Accreditations for Continuing Education (IACET).

Ashley Sasher
ChildCare Education Institute
678-942-1531
[email protected]


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