ECE 207: ECERS-3 Concepts: Training for Preschool Teachers (1.5 hours)

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This training introduces concepts of developmentally appropriate practices supported by the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale 3rd Edition (ECERS-3). It is intended for early childhood administrators and preschool teachers interested in learning more about utilizing developmentally appropriate practices in the preschool setting. This training will help you understand the basics of how the ECERS-3 is used in Kentucky, obtain resources that support quality practices in the preschool classroom, and gain knowledge of developmentally appropriate concepts that support a high-quality environment.

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Target Audience

All Staff

Learning Environment


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Core Content Subject Area

  • Health, Safety, and Nutrition
  • Learning Environment and Curriculum

Core Content Competency

  • Identify current health trends in society using research-based knowledge and information.
  • Assist in planning and implementing developmentally and functionally appropriate individual, small, and large group activities, which include teacher-designed and child-initiated experiences based on the needs and interests of all young children.