ECE-3344

Explore the law that governs special education (the IDEA), the definition of special education, the ten basic steps of special education, and parents’ rights. Gain an understanding of the IEP meeting, preparing for the meeting, who must attend, what must be on the IEP, and what to do if you disagree with the IEP.

Tuition $0

Hours: 4.5

ECE-3345

Explore the IEP by going through each section, step-by-step, with special emphasis on Assistive Technology and Accommodations. This hands-on training explains record keeping basics along with providing a 3-ring binder with tabs for all your child’s important IEP documents.

Tuition $0

Hours: 4.5

ECE-3444

Comprehend why sensory play is an essential component of early childhood development. Discover ways to include the five senses in everyday activities and provide sensory experiences for young children.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3498

What is Autism? Explore ways to provide developmentally appropriate care, and education techniques for working with young children with Autism.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3529

Improve your ability to help care for and educate young children with Autism as you concentrate on learning specific behavior and guidance strategies.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3535

How do you make meetings and trainings for your staff more fun and meaningful? Discover inexpensive ways to encourage and motivate your employees.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3573

Learn specific visual strategies and communications systems designed to help caregivers support children with Autism.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3797

The arrangement of the physical environment is a vital part of any program. Gather ideas for helping staff use the arrangement of space and materials to meet the developmental needs of young children.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3834

Explore the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct while considering how this position statement impacts the actions of both you and your staff.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3847

Stress is one of the most significant factors impacting health, work, home, and happiness. Through discussion and activities, explore the causes and results of stress and the tools for coping with difficult situations in the school-based setting. Learn to maximize your time and lower your stress level.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3883

Learn how to effectively manage your resources as well as those of your childcare center. Explore the topics of budgeting, fundraising, collecting fees, delegating responsibilities, dealing with paper piles, and much more.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3898

Designed for center administrators, will show you how to help staff use evidence-based framework to address children's social, emotional development, and challenging behavior.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3922

Young children are naturally energetic, but why are some children highly active? Discover reasons for high activity levels, and what you can do to help guide and support children who consistently exhibit impulsive, distracted behaviors.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3926

Interest centers can increase learning while reducing behavior issues in your early learning environment. Explore strategies for encouraging meaningful play opportunities and gather tips and tools for setting up successful interest areas for a variety of ages.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3956

Become familiar with factors influencing speech and language development and discover ways to support children with special needs as they develop communication skills.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3957

Children with Sensory Processing Disorder, also known as Sensory Integration Dysfunction (SID), have trouble organizing information coming in through their senses. Explore the characteristics of children with sensory processing issues and examine strategies for assisting these children in the early childhood setting.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3960

Science experiments aren't for scientists. They are fun for everybody and that includes you and the children in your program. Be ready to be amazed at how easy it is to use ordinary material in extraordinary ways! Ideas shared are appropriate for pre-k and elementary students.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3967

Young children who display gifts or talents in particular areas benefit from having responsive caregivers who can meet their needs in the child care setting. Discover ways to identify each child's gifts and talents and to individualize curriculum for students in the early childhood setting.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-3972

Inconsolable crying is a primary trigger for child abuse injuries associated with Abusive Head Trauma (AHT)and Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS). Review current policy and recommendations regarding safe sleeping environments and practice having conversations with parents about sleep safety.

Tuition $0

Hours: 2

ECE-4026

You will be introduced to the concept of "anxiety disorders" and developmentally typical anxiety. Discuss the three major anxiety types seen in young children, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Separation Anxiety Disorder (SAD), and Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). Signs and symptoms for each sub-type and strategies for helping children will be shared.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-4030

Young children are often seen as "defiant" when they are tired, hungry, or upset. However, there are a growing number of children who exhibit defiant behaviors at other times and more frequently. You will learn the symptoms, causes and classroom strategies for helping young children with Oppositional Defiant Disorder.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-4054

Build and support relationships with young children through appropriate uses of technology.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-4055

Identify different types of age-appropriate technology and apps for young children.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-4085

Increase your awareness of services offered for parents and caregivers with special needs children by attending this "On the Road" seminar. Provides information and resources for professionals, parents, and caregivers to assist in navigating the complex healthcare system.

Tuition $0

Hours: 3

ECE-4087

Discover information about newborn and infant crying patterns, inconsolable crying (The Period of PURPLE Crying©), soothing techniques, and strategies to prevent Abusive Head Trauma and Shaken Baby Syndrome.

Tuition $0

Hours: 2

ECE-4098

I'm not ornery; I'm tired. Identify behaviors children exhibit because of lack of sleep. Explore ways to support children and families affected by sleep disorders.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-4116

Discuss the challenges commonly faced when supervising others. Gather ideas for managing friends, family, men, women and a variety of generations in the workplace.

Tuition $35

Hours: 5

ECE-4125

Promote good health and nutrition, prevent illness, reduce injuries, arrange materials and space, and establish routines in the early childhood environment for learning, exploration, and play. Books required.

Book cost $125

Tuition $139

Hours: 36

ECE-4126

Focus on the development of children’s social skills, empathy, and respect for others through the use of positive guidance techniques and prevention of behavior problems. Discover the relationship between guidance methods and children's individuality, personality, and developmental needs. Books required.

Book cost $125

Tuition $139

Hours: 36

ECE-4127

Study developmentally appropriate equipment, activities, and methods to promote the physical and cognitive development of children. Discover how to incorporate music, art, literature, writing, and block play into daily activities while encouraging creativity and problem-solving. Language development and communication are also featured. Books required.

Book cost $125

Tuition $139

Hours: 36

ECE-4128

Focus on the management of resources, organization strategies, communication, planning, record keeping, ethical practices, and working cooperatively with others. Explore the importance of participating in professional development and advocacy activities. Books required.

Book cost $125

Tuition $139

Hours: 36

EDTR-3334

Required by Oklahoma State Department of Education for all Special Education Paraprofessionals, content focuses on skills and topics important for success as Special Education Paraprofessionals. Book included.

Tuition $132

Hours: 24

EDTR-3338

It's estimated that over 2,000,000 individuals are deaf and use sign language. Practice the alphabet, basic vocabulary, and simple sentences. Focus on fingerspelling, numbers, and colors.

Tuition $75

Hours: 12

EDTR-3339

Prerequisite: EDTR-3338.

Continue advancing your sign language skills to bridge the gap, to help improve the quality of life of those affected by hearing loss.

Tuition $75

Hours: 12

EDTR-3365

Review topics and testing strategies related to the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) exam.

Tuition $19

Hours: 3

LANG-3338

Bridge the communication gap. Designed to prepare non-Spanish-speaking supervisors and employees to use Spanish to enhance their ability to interact with Spanish-speakers. No prior knowledge of Spanish necessary.

Book cost $20

Tuition $79

Hours: 15

LANG-3339

Learn to say and understand everyday English phrases to express common courtesies and preferences, shop for basic necessities, visit a doctor's office or pharmacy, enroll a child at school, and much more. Aprenda a decir y entender frases cotidianas en ingl‚s para expresar cortes¡as y preferencias comunes, comprar cosas b sicas, visitar un consultorio m‚dico o farmacia, inscribir a un ni¤o en la escuela y mucho m s. Costo del libro: $25 Matr¡cula $89 Horas: 16

Book cost $25

Tuition $89

Hours: 16