Erikson now offers online continuing education webinars.

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Auditing our webinars is free! If you need professional development credit, Erikson offers this for a fee. For questions, email [email protected]

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Current Webinars

Moving On: Professional Boundaries and Transitions in Early Intervention, Education, and Care

Instructor: Jennifer Kemp, M.S.
Date: Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Transitions in care are inevitable in work with young children and families. However, our more recent understanding about the need for primary providers and the continuity of care have created systems where many of our jennyrelationships with children and families are lasting longer and often growing deeper than in the past. This workshop will look at both sides of professional boundaries — why they are so important to help and support us, as well as why they sometimes feel so challenging to maintain — and consider them in the context of these transitions within and across service delivery systems. Participants will participate in an interactive discussion about how they support transitions so that all participants leave with a renewed sense of professional responsibility. Participants will also receive a collection of strategies to help them ease the transition process within their role with young children and families.

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How to Tell the Dust From the Magic in Children’s Interactive Media

Instructor: Warren Buckleitner, Ph.D.
Date: Wednesday, December 10, 2014Buckleitner

There are now tens of thousands of children’s apps — plus thousands of video games and toys — designed to capture a child’s attention. Which are dust, and which are magic?

Join us for a crash course from Warren Buckleitner, Ph.D., the founding editor of Children’s Technology Review, to help you choose high-quality apps. Using child development theory as a framework, Warren will share:

  • Concepts to implement when selecting high-quality interactive media
  • Appropriate ways of choosing and using apps with young children
  • Examples of apps that are considered “dust” or “magic”

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