PEEP offers professional development for preschool educators on the topics of Learning Environments, Science Talk, Documentation and Reflection, and Individualized Instruction for each of the six PEEP science units (Color, Plants, Sound, Ramps, Shadows, and Water). There are two sets of video-based trainings to choose from: one for family child care educators and one for center-based educators.
PBS TeacherLine provides a certificate of completion for a one-hour version of PEEP’s Teaching Strategies course for family child care educators and center-based educators.
Select an Educator Type to get started:
Family Child Care Educators
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