News

15 May 2020
FCC activities have been changed from PDF to HTML

We are excited to announce the upgrade of activities in the FCC track.

20 Mar 2020
Three New Focused Topics Courses Released

Three new courses, Supporting Children with Challenging Behaviors, Sexual Development & Behavior in Children and Youth, and Trauma-Informed Care in Child Care Settings are now available in the Virtual Lab School Focused Topics track.

19 Mar 2020
Resources to support caregivers and their children during stressful times

Resources for dealing with COVID-19 and the world's response to support caregivers and their children.

19 Mar 2020
Resources to support families while sheltering-in-place

This list is not exhaustive, but aims to help families know about a variety of developmentally appropriate and engaging ways to support their children during this unprecedented health crisis.

18 Mar 2020
Navy Professionals receive their Child Development Associate credential

Commencement ceremony for 120 CDA candidates hosted in Norfolk, Virginia

12 Mar 2020
New Focused Topics Course Now Available

This four lesson course identifies the symptoms of trauma and highlights caregiving and program practices to support children, families and teachers that have been exposed to trauma.

01 Mar 2020
PS activities have been changed from PDF to HTML

We are excited to announce the upgrade of activities in the Preschool track.

22 Feb 2020
New Focused Topics Course Now Available

This nine-lesson course provides foundational knowledge of normative sexual development and behavior and highlights ways to prevent and respond to problematic sexual behavior in children and youth.

28 Jan 2020
New Focused Topics Course Now Available

This eight-lesson course builds upon foundational knowledge by highlighting strategies that prevent challenging behavior, promote social emotional competence, and support children with behavior challenges.

12 Dec 2019
VLS and ELM content updates, + 3 new FT courses coming soon

Courses covering Challenging Behaviors, Sexual Development & Behavior, and Trauma-Informed Care are anticipated Q1-2020.

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