Early Education Creates Better Outcomes Lucky: it’s a word we hear everywhere. A teacher is lucky to have such a well-behaved classroom. Parents are lucky to have such gifted children. Students are lucky to be so smart. “How did you get so lucky?” What is meant as a compliment can mask the belief that positive circumstances are outside of our influence—there is no rhyme or reason to success. Certainly, a myriad of factors affect each child’s life—to many to account for—and much of what life brings our way is truly beyond our control. However, we here at AIR Child Care believe that quality early childhood education sets children up for success in a way that allows and encourages better outcomes. […]
Fostering Family EngagementThis training encourages recognizing the value of fostering family engagement. The course also evaluates the current culture in schools and centers and discusses creating programs, events, and curriculum that fosters family engagement. View the Course Description
Meet Cara Asher
Cara Asher has been a Preschool Director for the past 8 years. She has a Bachelors in Visual Arts and a Masters in Art Education.
Encouraging art plays a big role in Early Childhood Education because it assists with many physical and mental developments. As educators learning the difference between open ended art (process art) and product art can maximize the benefits of incorporating art into the Childcare setting.
Cara Asher is excited to share the importance of experimenting with Open-ended Art in the classroom. AIR Childcare Training Solutions is more excited to facilitate this to educators everywhere. Check out the course OPEN-ENDED PRESCHOOL ART by Cara Asher.