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Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP) In Action: Creating a Caring, Equitable Community of Learners

Intentional teachers understand that the six areas described in the guidelines for Developmentally Appropriate Practice defines their role, guides their teaching, and informs the profession. This training will address the guidelines for implementing DAP within the six key and interrelated areas of practice.
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Course Info
State Approval
CDA
Instructor
training HOURS
2.5 training/clock hours
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CEU
0.25 CEUs
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TARGET AUDIENCE
All ages
LEARNING OUTCOMES
  1. Develop understanding of the six areas used to guide Developmentally Appropriate Practices. 
  2. Explain the importance of relationships in a caring and equitable community of learners. 
  3. Describe ways that educators support the development of children's social and emotional security and competence and their respect and regard for others. 
  4. Explore benefits of the caring and equitable community of learners. 
  5. Develop skills and strategies to create a caring and equitable community of learners. 
Bertelsen Education courses are internationally accredited through IACET.
This course is approved in the following states:
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Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
This course counts towards the following CDA core competencies:
8. Understanding Principles of Child Development
Meet the instructor

Pearl Loftlin

Pearl Loftlin grew up like a military child, living in multiple states. She graduated from high school in St. Petersburg, FL and from there went on to Florida A&M University. Here she majored in Psychology with a minor in Early Childhood Education, graduating with her Bachelors degree in 2000. When she was not studying, she became one of the founding members of the Psi Beta Chapter of Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, INC. For the past 22 years, Pearl has worked every position with a Child Development Center, worked as a 3rd Grade teacher, and in an administrative position in a public charter school, and received her Masters in Education in Early Childhood Education specializing in Curriculum and Instruction. Out of all of her experiences and positions, she enjoys training educators the most. Which is why in 2021, she started her own training company, Moving Forward Training Solutions, LLC. Here she is able to provide training, build, and advocate for early childhood educators. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, game nights, and spending time with her daughter and family.
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