Engaging Online Education

ONLINE Challenging Behavior Series

Rewarding education that is fun, interesting, entertaining, transformative, and packed full of critical information for those caring for and educating young children.  

  • GET the behaviors you want

  • STOP the behaviors you don’t

  • Promote critical life skills in early childhood

  • Collaborate successfully with others who care for the child

  • Decrease your stress, increase success, and enhance joy while caring for young children

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Live Webinars

Simply sign up for any scheduled live Zoom webinars today.  Have fun learning transformative information from Raelene and others.  

On-Demand

Get training hours when you  need them and on your own time!  These unique courses can be taken all at once or in little bits, "as you wish".

Privately Scheduled

Make your next virtual conference, staff development, or Association meeting a wonderful learning experience.  Your group will LOVE it!

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What participants say:

"All of our staff loved it!"

"This was the best online training I have experienced by far. Thank you!"

“Raelene's positivity and compassion about what she does is infectious! My mood was pretty down prior to starting the class due to the current times we are living in, but has been turned around 100%.”

"Very helpful and lots of great ideas of how to work with toddlers and infants. Walked away feeling excited to try new ideas."

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Building Healthy Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence

Discover the important elements of fostering healthy self-esteem while building the self-confidence needed to take on challenges. Gain insight into the dark side of self-esteem and learn proven methods to ensure children not only feel good, but also do well. Explore methods to increase effective praise and promote a responsive relationship and reduce challenging behaviors.

Approved for 2 training hours

  

KCF II.C: Social and Emotional Development

CDA III: Support children’s social and emotional development

Strategies, Tips and Tools to Promote Self-Control & Attention Skills

Explore evidence-based methods, hands-on tools, and fun activities you can implement in your educational setting to encourage the development of impulse control, memory, and focus. Discover strategies to help young children improve self-discipline and develop the attention skills needed to behave well.

​Approved for 2 training hours

  

KCF I: Child Development and Learning

CDA VIII: Principles of Child Development and Learning

Identify hands-on activities, books, and other resources to help build social and emotional skills. Gain tools to increase children’s capacity to identify feelings, problem-solve, resolve conflicts, empathize, and get along well with others. Learn emotion-coaching strategies to help children through difficult moments while you build children’s ability to self-regulate and manage big feelings.

APPROVED!  2 training hours

  

KCF II.C: Social and Emotional Development

CDA III: Support children’s social and emotional development

Working with Challenging Behaviors

Gain methods to help infants construct the brain pathways needed to thrive.  Identify caregiving strategies that promote optimal growth and development through sensitive and responsive care. Collect methods to foster trust with helpful routines that reduce upset and promote the infant’s ability to soothe and calm. Watch interesting videos and identify what adults can do to increase communication skills and engage infants in meaningful ways. 

Coming Soon -  2 training hours

  

KCF II.C: Social and Emotional Development

CDA III: Support children’s social and emotional development

Building Baby’s Brain Power - Caregiving Strategies That Help All Infants Blossom

Gain methods to help infants construct the brain pathways needed to thrive.  Identify caregiving strategies that promote optimal growth and development through sensitive and responsive care. Collect methods to foster trust with helpful routines that reduce upset and promote the infant’s ability to soothe and calm. Watch interesting videos and identify what adults can do to increase communication skills and engage infants in meaningful ways. 

​Approved for 2 training hours

  

KCF I: Child Development and Learning

CDA VIII: Principles of Child Development and Learning

Promoting Confidence and Better Behavior through Increased Responsibility

Identify four proven methods to build important self-confidence in young children.  Then, explore what chores and self-care you can expect of children age 2-8 years and discover ways to build young children’s ability to complete chores successfully. Collect tools to increase responsibility and gain cooperation without bribery, nagging, or threats. Through these real-life strategies, you will avoid overindulgence, decrease power struggles, and increase positive behavior in young children.

Approved for 2 training hours

  

KCF II.C: Social and Emotional Development

CDA III: Support children’s social and emotional development

Working with Difficult Temperament Traits

Learn about the nine different temperament traits, which determine how a child is naturally wired to respond to the world. Identify which are linked to the challenging behaviors you experience. Discover proven methods to decrease power struggles, reduce negative behaviors and increase positive outcomes for children who are slow to adapt, highly sensitive, or won’t stop moving! 

APPROVED!  -  2 training hours

  

KCF II.C: Social and Emotional Development

CDA III: Support children’s social and emotional development

 From “SCREECH” To “More Please” - Fostering Communication Skills In Infants And Toddlers

Gain insight into how infants and toddlers develop the critical language skills needed to avoid screaming, throwing food, and other negative behaviors. Collect effective techniques to promote the useful infant and toddler verbal and nonverbal language skills that will help toddlers turn those ear-shattering screams into useful phrases and gestures.

APPROVED!  2 training hours

  

KCF II.B: Social and Emotional Development

CDA II: Steps to advance children’s physical and intellectual development

Decrease Stress, Increase Success, and Enhance Joy Today

Learn how to train your brain to stress less and enjoy more! Identify how stress impacts our brain, thinking, and responses to stressful situations. Discover practical methods to reduce stress, improve relationships, foster joy, and increase success both personally and professionally.

​Approved for 2 training hours

  

KCF VI: Professionalism

CDA VI: Maintaining a commitment to professionalism

Let's Work Together!

Staff development can be FUN!

Covid or no Covid.

Promoting Self-Control in Young Children

Explore strategies that help children develop the self-control needed to reduce negative behaviors and increase positive behaviors. Identify strategies that will build the child’s capacity to succeed both socially and academically in your care, in school, and in life.

​Approved for 2 training hours

  

KCF I: Child Development and Learning

CDA VIII: Principles of Child Development and Learning

Working with Feisty and Tenacious Temperament Traits

The reality is, some children are just born magically passionate and delightfully determined. Explore common triggers that lead to the negative behaviors associated with these traits such as tantrums, aggression, power-struggles, and pushing your limits. Collect methods to help children learn to manage strong feelings, calm independently, and master the stressful moments they experience.

APPROVED! 2 training hours

  

KCF II.C: Social and Emotional Development

CDA III: Support children’s social and emotional development

Top Tips to Prevent, Reduce, and Address Toddler Aggression 

Identify common triggers for toddler aggression and learn techniques to reduce toddler aggressive behaviors.  Identify coaching tips for challenging toddler moments that will help toddlers cope with strong feelings. Gain methods that will reduce negative behaviors, increase calm and reduce stress for all in your care environment.

Coming Soon -  2 training hours

  

KCF II.C: Social and Emotional Development

CDA III: Support children’s social and emotional development

Effective Discipline with Children 3-8 Years

Learn numerous positive guidance strategies to help you get the behaviors you want and stop the behaviors you don’t. Identify proven prevention practices, collect effective redirection techniques, brainstorm tangible solutions to common challenges, and apply a process for addressing ongoing negative behaviors you experience in your home, teaching, or childcare environment.

Coming Soon -  2 training hours

  

KCF II.C: Social and Emotional Development

CDA III: Support children’s social and emotional development

Creating Constructive Collaborations with Families 

Forming a strong alliance with families can be difficult, especially with families who have very different backgrounds or values (and even for those programs that hold family engagement is a clear goal!) 

Part 1: It's All About Relationships! 

New session added Monday, September 21st from 6:30-8:30pm - YOU MISSED IT! Coming back in 2021.

First, explore strategies to build treasured relationships with families, leave them open to your guidance and valuing your important work.  Learn strategies to build a relationship with families that can weather the inevitable challenges that come up when educating and sharing the care of young children. These strategies also leave families singing your praises and excited to stay invested in your program.

 

Part 2: Communicating Concerns and Challenges

September 29th from 6:30-8:30pm!  - YOU MISSED IT! Coming back in 2021.

Then, we look at how to discuss concerns and challenging behaviors in a way that keeps families open to your suggestions and singing your praises, even when you need to deliver difficult messages and problem-solve challenging behavior.

Part 3: Thriving Through Conflicts, Cultural Dynamics, and Differences in Caregiving Practices

October 27th from 6:30-8:30pm - REGISTER HERE

Lastly, we explore a process for resolving those conflicts, cultural dynamics, and diverse opposing caregiving strategies that can get in the way and undermine your relationships.

Walk away with a foundation and numerous strategies to build a strong partnership with others caring for the child, keep families open to your ideas, improve consistency between home and school, all while build rewarding relationships that last and bring more joy to your work!

APPROVED in Minnesota

KCF III: Relationships with Families

CDA IV: Productive Relationships with Families

Taming Toddlers Those

Terrific Toddlers in 1, 2, 3!

Taming Toddlers 1 - Why do they do that?! 

Delve deeper into what drives toddlers’ negative behaviors while you gain insight into their cognitive capabilities. Discover three top tips to promote optimal toddler growth & development.

Date: October 6 from 6:30-8:30pm - SOLD OUT

KCF I: Child Development and Learning

CDA: Content Area VIII: Principles of Child Development and Learning

 

Taming Toddlers 2 - Setting Effective Limits and Getting Toddlers to Follow Them!

Learn an easy, four-step process to get toddlers to follow your directions. Gain constructive communication techniques that really work to get toddlers to stop and follow your directions.​

Date: October 13th from 6:30-8:30pm - SOLD OUT

KCF II.C: Promoting Social and Emotional Development

CDA Content Area III: Support children’s social and emotional development

Taming Toddlers 3 - Guidance methods for toddlers who just won’t quit!

Explore eight effective toddler guidance strategies you can use when all your prevention and positive communication attempts are still not working. ​

Date: October 20th from 6:30-8:30pm - SOLD OUT

KCF II.C: Promoting Social and Emotional Development

CDA Content Area III: Support children’s social and emotional development

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

“Loved it! Best class I've taken on effective and immediately useful techniques!”

 

“It was fun working online and amazing how you still feel so connected to the group and instructor!”

 

“This online series gave strong reinforcements to my personal beliefs about working with children, gave me an abundance of great strategies and how to use them, and refreshed my enthusiasm as a teacher and director.”