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Full Day NYC Workshops for Early Childhood Professionals

CEUs Offered (See Individual Workshops for Details)

Los Niños Training is proud to present the workshops below from outstanding leaders in early childhood education and intervention.

All workshops will take place at Los Niños Services, 535 8th Avenue, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10018 (between 36th and 37th Street) in Midtown Manhattan, just blocks from Macy’s, Penn Station and Port Authority Bus Terminals. Registrants will be notified if there is any change in workshop location.

Full Day NYC Workshops for Early Childhood Professionals
Understanding Behavior: Turning Challenging Behavior into Productive Behavior in the Classroom
Mar 1, 2019 - 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Presenter: Marcie Beigel, BCBA-D (Founder & Director, Behavior + Beyond)

Are you frustrated with the behavior in your classroom? Unsure of what to do when tantrums erupt from nowhere? Confused when you think everything is on track and then chaos engulfs your circle time? Then come learn how behavior works. You will learn why kids have problem behavior. You will learn the science behind how behavior works. Then you will learn key steps to change any behavior. Our time together will be fun, engaged and interactive, just as the best learning is. If you want to love your classroom again, come join us!

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Implementing STEM in the Preschool Classroom
Mar 8, 2019 - 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Presenter: Monica Levy (Founder, LeapSmart)

This interactive workshop combines active movement games with preschool friendly activities that inspire and challenge young minds. Teachers will learn math and science games as well as engineering activities that will awaken their inner inventor. Using inexpensive everyday materials, teachers will discover how simple it is to bring a STEM curriculum into their classrooms.

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ABA BOOTCAMP for Special Education Professionals
Mar 21, 2019 - Mar 22, 2019 - 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Presenters:  Haven Bernstein, PhD, BCBA-D (ABA Clinical Supervisor, Los Ninos Services)  & Marilena Drakopoulou, MSEd (ABA Director, Los Ninos Services)

In this workshop, the presenters will review the common obstacles encountered when teaching young children of various developmental levels and will introduce the concept of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) as a new way of viewing and tackling these obstacles. Furthermore, they will discuss how to alter teaching environments to capitalize on our learner’s motivation and how to use reinforcement to make learning an enjoyable and successful experience.

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The ABCs of ADHD: Attention Doesn't Half Describe It
Apr 5, 2019 - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Presenter: Mark Bertin, MD (Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, New York Medical College)

This workshop will outline the various anxiety disorders endorsed by children and will discuss the symptoms one must exhibit to meet the DSM-5 criteria to be diagnosed with an anxiety disorder and the symptoms often expressed in young children.  The etiology of anxiety along with current trends and research will be explored.  Case studies will be weaved throughout the workshop to demonstrate the applicability of the strategies that will be provided.  The principal goal of this workshop will be to provide participants with interventions and back pocket skills they can use when they get back to school or to the office with the young children they work with. The secondary goal is to increase participants understanding of anxiety in early childhood.

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