Frog Street - VIRTUAL SESSIONS
Frog Street is a research-based curriculum that focuses on the development of early childhood minds. Frog Street training provides teachers and administrators with information and hands-on experiences to gain knowledge of the curriculum and skills for classroom application, in support of increasing achievement of learning goals in classrooms. It ensures that participants understand the curricular themes, planning tools, and developmental areas, especially the social and emotional components that align with strategies from Conscious Discipline.
Frog Street Curriculum Implementation
Get the right start with this interactive, hands-on implementation course that will ensure your new, comprehensive Frog Street Curriculum is being used with fidelity. We will review components to gain an understanding of how they are used for instructional purposes. This training helps teachers connect all of the dots when it comes to ease of use and intentional instruction. Whether it is a first year teacher or a seasoned veteran, you will understand best practices and organizational techniques using the many resources provided by Frog Street.
Implementation for Frog Street Infant Curriculum
Implementation for Frog Street Toddler Curriculum
Implementation for Threes Curriculum
Implementation for Frog Street PreK Curriculum
Frog Street Infant Curriculum Follow Up
Making Center Time Intentional – (Threes & PreK)
Center time is a significant part of an early childhood education day. However, many educators are uncertain about how to make this an effective, purposeful practice time. This session will give educators the tools, strategies, and examples of making the most of center time. Participants will learn about the best methods of designing centers for optimal impact. This course features activities that help children solidify previously taught concepts by providing intentional practice.
Developmentally Appropriate Practices – (Toddler, Threes, & PreK)
Developmentally appropriate practices require that teachers make daily, intentional decisions based on their knowledge of each child’s level of development, taking into consideration the child’s learning style as well as cultural and social differences. This course will help teachers learn how to maintain a classroom environment that helps to promote the cognitive, physical, emotional, and social needs of children.
Registration is accepted on a first-come, first-served basis although we reserve the right to limit the number of participants from any one center. Teachers must register themselves using their own email address and personal phone number. This information is needed for communications to confirm registration and to communicate any changes to training logistics.
Virtual Training Requirements
Participants will receive an email with handouts and the link for Zoom three days prior to each training session. It is recommended that you print all handouts prior to each session.
Participants must log in at least fifteen minutes prior to the start of the session to make sure audio, video and internet connection works. Be sure to name your device by using your first and last name only. You may need to download Zoom first if you have not used it before, so please make sure you give yourself enough time to troubleshoot.
Participants must log in on their own device using a computer, laptop, or tablet.
To minimize disruptions, we ask that you mute your microphone when you are not speaking and/or
To avoid any disruptions, participants will not be admitted into the training session 15 minutes after the
You will be asked to sign in at the beginning of the session and sign out at the end of the session via the chat function. If you are fifteen or more minutes late, do not sign in and sign out using your full name, you will not receive credit.
If you have any questions in regards to training, please contact Lysa Nguyen at email@example.com .
For more information on Frog Street, please go to: http://www.frogstreet.com/