Extended Day Professional Development

This website is for Extended Day staff to have information about available professional development.

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Virginia Cooperative Extension Financial Literacy Series

Past Extended Day Professional Development

Other Online Professional Development Resources

Extended Day & NVCC Early Childhood Development Cohort

 

 

 

Summer 2020 Professional Development

Date Description Meeting Web Link
Jul 13, 2020 01:00 PM

FLIP IT

FLIP IT teaches adults an easy-to-remember process for responding positively to everyday challenges and challenging behaviors in children. Using this process also can help children learn about their feelings, understand their emotions and manage their actions.Don’t flip out! Learn to FLIP IT!

 

Presented by Michael Swisher, Arlington Partnership for Children, Youth, and Families

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/72114729176?pwd=SEhialpDUEhkZ0VaQXVGSjI1bWU0Zz09

Meeting ID: 721 1472 9176

Password: 9JzjW2

The FLIP IT Handout is recommended for everyone to have on hand during the training – but not required! If you have easy access to a printer, please print it and have it with you. It also serves for future reference.

The FLIP IT Reflection pages, useful for self-reflection, or additional training/discussion with a staff team. Helpful for continuing to learn and understand FLIP IT techniques and concepts.

August 3, 2020

1 pm

Get Angry- And Get What You Want

You might be told not to get angry. Not true! Use your anger in a healthy and productive way. Borrowing heavily from a webinar by Dayle Malen, LCSW, we’ll explore how to make the most of your anger in a way that is healthy and beneficial for you and those around you!

Presented by: Michael Swisher, Arlington Partnership for Children, Youth, and Families

 https://us04web.zoom.us/j/79014886224?pwd=TkNPK3NNMHBFN1FEQWtrdGc2eWwwQT09

Meeting ID: 790 1488 6224

Passcode: ZD6xvH

 

 

 

Virginia Cooperative Extension Financial Literacy Series

The Virginia Cooperative Extension is having a series of virtual financial education programs. Please see details below, and follow the links to register.

 

Credit Reports & Credit Scores – August 6th – 12:00pm – 1pm – Credit Reports & Credit Scores Registration

In this course participants will understand:

  • what makes up a credit report and credit score
  • which website to use and which to avoid
  • how to correct errors on the credit report and more

Student Loans – August 13th, 2020 – 12:00pm – 1:30pm  –Student Loans Registration

In this class you will learn about types of student loans, loan servicers, repayment options, payments, and interest.

Money Smarts Pay (MSP) three part series – August 26th, September 2nd & September 9th – MSP Registration – you may select to register for one, two or all three classes

August 26 – MSP 1 – Goal Setting and Budgeting

September 2 – MSP 2 – Credit and Debt Management

September 9 – MSP 3 – Savings Strategies & Choosing a Banking Institution

1×1 Financial Coaching – follow the link to apply: 1×1 Financial Coaching

VCE Master Financial Education Volunteers offer free and confidential 1×1 Financial Coaching. Financial Coaches available to answer your questions about money management, budgeting, debt reduction, retirement, saving strategies… and more.

 

Past Extended Day Professional Development

Title and Description Video Link

The Importance of Self-CareTime

This session will focus on the importance of self-care as it pertains to OST work. We will be covering what self-care is and IS NOT. Some ideas/resources for self-care will be provided. Be prepared to share some of your ideas too!Presented by: Lina Medrano and Iris Vigil, Extended Day Supervisory Staff

https://youtu.be/pnimb5y36x8

Get Angry- And Get What You Want

You might be told not to get angry. Not true! Use your anger in a healthy and productive way. Borrowing heavily from a webinar by Dayle Malen, LCSW, we’ll explore how to make the most of your anger in a way that is healthy and beneficial for you and those around you!

Presented by: Michael Swisher, Arlington Partnership for Children, Youth, and Families

Video Coming Soon

Planning Literacy Activities for Multi-Age Groups

Strategic planning can help you use one theme for many ages of kids in your program! Join Eileen for a crash course in multi-age group Reading Rodeo planning with a focus on HOW to choose a theme that will work, open-ended and flexible activities, and book ideas.

Presented by: Eileen Hanning

https://youtu.be/VmAOtibMH28

Non-Fiction Read Aloud Training

Presented by Eileen Hanning

Presentation from Training

Non Fiction Bingo and other Resources

 

https://youtu.be/XByrD-dgQxw

Social Emotional Strategies, Tips and Techniques

Learn how even the small exchanges can carry emotional messages and help to build meaningful relationships with children.Presented by: Leila Vega, Special Education Teacher, Barrett Elementary School

 https://youtu.be/hi98wLV8Ykw

Practical Tips for Managing the Impact of COVID-19

APS is now several weeks into the school closure. This closure has changed how employees work and has impacted them personally and professionally. This presentation will provide questions for you to consider as you adjust to a “new normal” as well as provide practical tips for managing your personal and professional stressors.Presented by: Arlington Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

https://youtu.be/d2YGldCBeiI

Making Your First Pizza (or Salad or Salsa) Garden 

A webinar to guide Extended Day staff on a garden journey introducing kids to gardening via the planting and maintenance of a salsa garden. We’ll cover topics including: plants as food, how to plant seeds and seedlings, how to take care of your plants, and how to make salsa from your harvest. NOTE: Designed for a six-week after school program; this is not long enough to actually grow plants to fruition but methods to do so will be covered.

Presented by Debbie Keefe, Scarlett Swan and Caitlin Verdu, Master Gardeners and 4H

https://youtu.be/YyIzug_UYuk

Project Based Learning

Do you want to know how to create activities in which students learn by actively engaging in real-world and personally meaningful projects? Come and learn how to design and implement a “Project Based Learning” unit. PBL will design will help you help students ask questions about the world around them and answer those questions through a series of authentic, curated experiences.

Presented by: Anna Faulkner, Program Manager, Aspire! Afterschool Learning

 

https://youtu.be/7RO7pSCxU_A

Building Resiliency Coping with Change

Navigating the impact of Covid 19 has left many of us exhausted and often without hope. By taking collective action of family, friends, co-workers and volunteers we may benefit from sharing ideas and learning from others, and in so doing rekindle hope and a belief life will become more manageable.; and we will live life as it matters and not on autopilot. This seminar will highlight our innate ability to build resilience as we cope with change.

Presented by Dr. Lisa Cooper-Lucas, EAPTopic: Building Resiliency Coping with Change

https://youtu.be/dM8_W_H2hBU

Read Aloud Training

In the Read-Aloud training we’ll review how to prepare a book to read aloud, watch a couple videos of excellent read-aloud skills, and practice reading aloud. We’ll also talk about how reading aloud for a video is different from reading to a group, and how reading to a larger group is different from reading to a small group. Participants will need a picture book or chapter book if they want to practice with the group.

Presented by Eileen Hanning

Trauma Informed Care

The session will define trauma, promote trauma awareness, and investigate methods for making after school programming a safe place for those that are impacted by trauma.

Presented by:  Melanie Ficke, Assistant Director of Resident Services, AHC Inc.

Online Resources for Literacy

An introduction of various online resources for books and reading as well as virtual experiences and field trips. I’ll include resources that address diversity, inclusion, bullying, and social emotional development  and resources that focus on STEM.

Presented by Eileen Hanning

 

Other Online Training Resources

Format or Date Title Web Address
Online video

Behavior is Communication

If you’ve ever been frustrated by a child or youth “acting out” or “disrespecting you” with their behavior, consider what they may have been trying to tell you instead.

Presented by: Kids Included Together (KIT)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oebdmMOWFL0&feature=youtu.be
Online Video

The Developing Brain: The Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) and Connection

What’s predictable is preventable. Understanding the impact of ACEs can lead to a better understanding of how prevention and resilience promotion can profoundly improve health, safety and connectivity. The “Developing Brain: The Impact of ACEs and Connection” details the neurobiological effects of adversity in childhood on development. It also identifies what we can do to improve health and well-being across the lifespan in our communities.Presented by: Arlington County Department of Human Services, Child and Family Services Division

Videos will open in Microsoft Teams – you can dowload the Teams App or watch on the internet.

Part 1 Video

Part 2 Video

Part 3 Video

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

 FLIP IT! Feelings Limits Inquiries Prompts – A simple and effective way to respond to challenging behaviors. 

FLIP IT teaches adults an easy-to-remember process for responding positively to everyday challenges and challenging behaviors in children. Using this process also can help children learn about their feelings, understand their emotions and manage their actions. Don’t flip out! Learn to FLIP IT! Note you should be able to participate via a web browser, or you can download and install MS Teams

 

Presented by: Michael Swisher Child and Family Services Division (FLIP IT® was developed by the Devereux Center for Resilient Children)

Click on this CORRECTED LINK to Join FLIP IT via Micrsoft Live Events.