Upcoming Telephone Seminars
All telephone seminars begin at 1 p.m. EST. The seminars last for 1 hour, and participants receive 1 hour of DCDEE training credit for participating in the live calls. Please note that members prices are $10; non-members $15. Click on the images below to download brochure.
Past Seminars for Purchase
You can purchase one of our telephone seminars from the list below
Only $15 each
Special Member Discount: 10 for $125
Elections and Early Childhood: How Can You Get Involved and Make a Difference?
The 2016 Legislative Session and Beyond: Early Care and Education Actions and Possibilities
A Conversation with the Director of the NC Division of Child Development
Aggression in Preschool Children
Big Changes in the Child Care Subsidy System: From Swipe Cards to Direct Deposits
Cell Phone Use in the Child Care Workplace
Conversations with Dr. Pamela Shue, new Director of DCDEE
Customer Service: Tips to Help Meet Parent Expectations
Early Childhood Policy, Funding, and Advocacy Opportunities in 2017
Environmental Rating Scale: The Assessment Process
Essentials of Healthy Brain Development
Every Child Needs A Friend
Factors to Consider When Choosing A Curriculum to Meet the Needs of Your Center
From the Classroom to the Legislature: Advocacy 101
Getting Ready for the 2016 Legislative Session: Sharpening Your Advocacy Skills and Networks
Grief and Loss: Helping Young Children Cope
Grow a Professional
Health Insurance for Child Care Teachers: Is it Possible?
Helping Families Access Resources to Help Pay for Child Care
Helping Families in Our Child Care Centers in Hard Economic Times
Improving Child Care Subsidy Rates in North Carolina
Improving Your Environmental Rating Scores: Tips from Those in the Know
Learning through Play: Creating an Environment that Supports Optimal Play and Engaged Learning
Leave Your Attitude at the Door:Fostering Effective Parent/Teacher/Staff Relationships
Managing a Child Care Business in Hard Economic Times
More at Four in Community Child Care Centers: How is it working?
Movement Builds Better Brains and Bodies
Moving from 3 Components to 2 Components and Keeping Your Stars (Centers)
Moving from 3 Components to 2 Components and Keeping Your Stars (Homes)
NC Child Care Providers Respond SEEK: The Electronic Reimbursement Pay System for the Child Care Subsidy Program
NC’s Early Childhood Workforce: Highlights from the 2015 Workforce Study
NC’s Subsidized Child Care Program: A Year of Change!
NC Early Educator Certificate: Do You Have It Yet?
NC Pre-K: Future Directions
North Carolina Welcomes Cindy Watkins as President NC Partnership for Children, Smart Start
New Strategies for Survival
Onward to Orientation
Outdoor Learning Environments
Preparing for the Rated License from a Teacher’s Perspective
Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge Fund: New Opportunities for Early Care and Education
Research Highlights: What’s Important to Know about Early Care and Education
Shape NC is Giving Children a Healthy Start — How Can It Work for You?
Simple Gifts: Strategies to prevent and Address Challenging Behaviors
Smart Buying, Smart Saving, Smart Charging in a Tight Economy
Stress in Children: How You Can Help
Stress in Early Childhood: When Young Children Experience Difficult Circumstances
Teaching Infants and Toddlers: Accidental or Intentional
The 2014 Legislative Session: How did Early Care and Education Fare?
The Affordable Care Act: How it Affects Child Care Businesses and Employees
The Benefits of Early Educator Certification
The Help, Understanding and Guidance Program for Infant Classrooms — H.U.G.
The Legislative Session in Review: How Early Care and Education Fared in the 2013 Legislative Session
The NC Child Care Coalition: Advocacy in Action
The Power of the Message
Understanding the Cost of Infant and Toddler Care– Why is it so expensive?
Update– NC Child Care Rules
Using CSEFEL to Prevent Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom
What Are We Doing to Get Children Ready for Kindergarten?
What is OLE and Do I Need a Sombrero?
What is the Message?
Where Are the Child Care Voices?
Where Early Childhood Stands After the 2011 Legislative Session
Working with Families from Diverse Cultures