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«The Tennessee Family Child Care Alliance Proudly Presents Tennessee’s 20th Annual Family Child Care State Conference and the Fourteenth Annual Gold ...»

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The Tennessee Family Child Care Alliance

Proudly Presents

Tennessee’s 20th Annual

Family Child Care State Conference

and the

Fourteenth Annual Gold Star Banquet

“Hands and Hearts That Care”

Tennessee's Family Child Care Providers

Reaching for the

STARS

Friday, March 30, 2012

And

Saturday, March 31, 2012

Nashville Airport Marriott Hotel

Nashville, Tennessee

CONFERENCE SESSIONS OVERVIEW

Friday Opening Session; 8:00-9:00 Cumberland Room Opening Guest Speakers, DHS Deputy Commissioner Shalonda Cawthon Presentation Objectives Friday Session 1 9:10-10:10 These Are My Hands Workshop Objective: The objective of this workshop is to help providers with their monthly curriculum Presenters: Sandy Workman and Tammy Hardison; Columbia Nationally Accredited 3 Star FCC Providers & TOPSTAR Mentors Cumberland Linking Children's Literature and Science in Meaningful Ways Workshop Objective: Emphasis will be placed on engaging children in the investigative nature of science. Participants will receive ideas and strategies to integrate science and language arts in meaningful ways.

Presenter: Dr. Martha J. Howard; Assistant Professor TN Tech Capitol I Strengthening Families Through Parent Engagement Workshop Objective: The objective of this workshop is to build the knowledge of protective factors; Learn how everyone benefits from engaging with families; Discuss the importance of communication.

Presenter: Jayme Sample; Mid-Cumberland Parenting Liaison Capitol II Fun with Fancy Nancy 2.0!!

Workshop Objective: At the conclusion of this workshop participants will be able to include literacy strategies in all areas of learning Presenters: Jennifer Roddy, CCR&R Program Coordinator Davidson County and Ashley Holman Resource and Referral Specialist for CCR&R Davidson County Knoxville Creating Opportunities for Learning in the Block Area Workshop Objective: The objective of this workshop is to discuss the importance of block play; to review the stages of block play; to learn how to set up a block center; to discover how to enhance block play; to connect block play with TNELDS Presenter: Laurel Stone; Resource and Referral Specialist for CCR&R South Central Chattanooga Infant Safe Sleep Practices Workshop Objective: Caregivers will understand the AAP recommendations for Safe Sleep, and practice that will lower risk of infant death by unsafe sleep environments.

Presenter: Kristen Rector; LAPSW, Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee Memphis

CONFERENCE SESSIONS OVERVIEW

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Creative Lapbooking Workshop Objective: The objective of this workshop is to show, Lapbooks are a wonderful hands - on homeschooling tool-a kind of scrapbooking meets homeschooling though more than home educators use them.

Presenters: Sharon and Steve Barr; Owners of Ms Sharon's Family Childcare; Columbia, TN & TOPSTAR Protégé Cumberland Mama Don't Allow: A Shared Reading Discussion Workshop Objective: Participants will: become familiar with the book Mama Don't Allow; explain the shared reading concept; connect shared reading strategies with the book Presenter: Sharon Townsend; Resource and Referral Specialist for CCR&R Davidson County Capitol I Making Your Childcare Asthma/Allergy Friendly Workshop Objective: The objective of this workshop is to teach providers the common environmental triggers for people with respiratory allergies. We will discuss alternatives that are friendly to allergy suffers Presenter: Natalie Wade; Owner Operator of Mrs. Natalie's Childcare; Paris, TN & TOPSTAR Mentor Capitol II M.A.T.H: Teaching Math through Play, Literacy, Games and Activities Workshop Objective: The participants will analyze creative and exciting ways to provide opportunities for children to use Math/Numbers in the Family/Group Setting Presenters: Miranda Y. Wilson Resource and Referral Specialist for CCR&R Davidson County Knoxville "Get a C.L.U.E." Creative Experiences, Learning Environments, Unique Experiences, Ethnic Diversity Workshop Objective: Participants will: Gain an understanding in providing creative learning experiences in an early childhood environment; Gain an understanding of how and when to address developmental concerns with young children Presenter: Brandie Long and Michelle Wyatt; Resource and Referral Specialist for CCR&R Davidson County Chattanooga DHS Keeping Kids Safe Program Workshop Objective: The objective of this workshop is to share with other providers fun ways to get children to enjoy this program and learn with hands on experience.

Presenter: Gayla Owen, Daycare Owner-Director; McMinnville, TN & TOPSTAR Protégé Memphis

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Homemade Materials for FCCERS-R Workshop Objective: Participants will be given suggestions and hands-on experiences with homemade and low cost materials to help meet FCCERS-R materials requirements Presenters: Karen Lock; Infant Toddler Specialist CCR&R South Central Cumberland Their World in Your Backyard Workshop Objective: The workshop objective is to link the FCCRS-R and TN-ELDS through play-based activities with nature Presenters: Kelly Tivey, TECTA Site Coordinator DSCC; Brenda Langston, TECTA Site Coordinator ChSCC; and Cheri Lindsley, TECTA Program Coordinator, ERS Anchor Capitol I Teaching Phonics in an Early Childcare Setting Workshop Objective: The objective of this workshop is to give providers strategies to incorporate a phonic-based approach to teaching literacy to toddlers and preschoolers Presenter: Natalie Wade; Owner/Operator of Mrs. Natalie's Childcare; Paris, TN & TOPSTAR Mentor Capitol II Whose is Coming Into My House?





Workshop Objective: The objective of this presentation is to provide overview of early intervention and identify "teachable moments" for addressing goals/objectives on the child's IFSP Presenters: Amanda Dunlap Director, MTSU HCBEI Program Knoxville Conscious Discipline: It Begins with Me!

Workshop Objective: The objective of this presentation is to examine our past experiences and understand their influence on our lives, and to learn practical strategies to help us respond to conflicts Presenter: Gayle Callis Resource and Referral Specialist for CCR&R Upper Cumberland Chattanooga Reenergizing Your Outdoor Play Environment Workshop Objective: The objective of this session is to share simple and developmentally appropriate ideas for enhancing outside play Presenter: Jeff A. Johnson, Husband, Father, Child Care Provider, Speaker and Author, Sioux City, IA Memphis

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Positive Discipline with Infants and Toddlers Workshop Objective: Participants will be able to define Positive Discipline and Guidance for Infants and Toddlers.

Participants will also be able to indentify positive strategies for handing everyday behavior issues of infants and toddlers Presenters: Karen Lock; Infant Toddler Specialist CCR&R South Central Cumberland Their World in Your Backyard Workshop Objective: The workshop objective is to link the FCCRS-R and TN-ELDS through play-based activities with nature Presenters: Kelly Tivey, TECTA Site Coordinator DSCC; Brenda Langston, TECTA Site Coordinator ChSCC; Cheri Lindsley, TECTA Program Coordinator, ERS Anchor Capitol I The Frugal Provider Workshop Objective: The objective of this workshop is to learn ideas on doing more with less!

Presenter: Cheryl Hamrick Family Child Care Provider, Chattanooga, TN & TOPSTAR Mentor Capitol II The Credential Framework for Elevating Quality Workshop Objective: The objective of this presentation is to explain the framework for the Tennessee Administrator Credential, discuss criteria to Apply for and Renew the Credential and use the Business Administrator Scale to focus on research-based practices.

Presenters: Melissa Fleck TSU TECTA Regional Administrator Credential Specialist, Norma Mason TECPAC Program Manager Knoxville The Silent Killer Workshop Objective: The objective of this workshop is to help participants recognize Instant Stress Busters; Learn Sleeping tips/exercises and focus on individually feeling calm and in control.

Presenter: Wardell Seals, Jr.; President/CEO Heartbeat-CPR Chattanooga Be A Professional Play Technician Workshop Objective: The objective of this session is to share tips and tricks for fostering creative, developmentally appropriate, child-centered, and engaging play Presenter: Jeff A. Johnson, Husband, Father, Child Care Provider, Speaker and Author, Sioux City, IA Memphis

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Providing Safe Sleep Saves Lives Workshop Objective: Participants will learn how to help to reduce the risks of SIDS, Suffocation, and accidents during sleep; Discover the risk factors for children during naptime; Know the Power of Quality Care; Understand the impact of safe sleep on families Presenters: Rhonda Middleton; Infant Toddler Specialist CCR&R Upper Cumberland Cumberland What Does That Mean?

Workshop Objective: The participants will actively participate in discussions to help clarify how best practices for family child care settings are incorporated into the FCCERS-R Environment Rating Scale.

Presenters: Heather Wallace, Assessment Anchor; Angie Henson, Assessment Anchor; Cheri Lindsley, TECTA Assessment Anchor, Jan King, Assessment Anchor, and Briana Jimenez, CCR&R Assessment Anchor Capitol I Simple Science Activities Workshop Objective: The objective of this workshop is to offer assistance/guidance for family childcare providers working to provide quality science experiences in a mixed-aged group setting. Meeting the needs of multi-age groups can be challenging. Through interaction and sharing, providers can become empowered with knowledge about inexpensive ways to meet the needs of children enrolled in our programs.

Presenter: Annette Bishop Proprietor of Ms Nette's Family Child Care Home, Ethridge, TN, NAFCC Accredited Provider & TOPSTAR Mentor Capitol II Early Literacy: Cultural Sensitivity and Diversity in Families Workshop Objective: The objective of this presentation is to give providers ideas and book titles that they can use in their homes to help children in their language and cultural development.

Presenters: Kathy Ennis Infant Toddler Specialist; Middle Tennessee; Signal Centers and CCR&R Network Knoxville Charting Your Professional Journey Workshop Objective: The objective of this presentation is to (1) inform participants of education and training trends; (2) Analyze Tennessee education and training expectations versus national perspectives-future and (3) Create professional development plan for future use.

Presenter: Katari Coleman TECTA Program Director Chattanooga Using the TN-ELDS and Assessments for Learning Workshop Objective: The objective of this session is to explore using the TN-ELDs, discuss and provide ideas for documenting learning Presenter: Lin Venable, TECTA Assistant Director Memphis

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Short Multicultural Flannel Board Stories Workshop Objective: the objective of this workshop is to share with other providers, ways to use multicultural ideas in their daycares with simple little flannel board story. We will have a short make and take activity of the story for each childcare home attending this session, Presenter: Anne Buckner Warren County Association for the Education of Young Children Treasurer & Family Child Care Provider McMinnville, TN & TOPSTAR Protégé.

Capitol I How to Form a Successful Support Group in Remembrance of Diane Morgan Workshop Objective: The objective of this workshop is to help other providers develop support groups that meet the needs of providers in their area.

Presenter: Patricia Gibson, S.P.I.C.E. Ladies, Patricia Gibson, President & TOPSTAR Mentor Capitol II Exploring Books with Feelings Workshop Objective: Help providers understanding “Emotional Intelligence”; Give providers idea to use in their classroom to help children control their behavior through books and reading activities.

Presenters: Michelle Ciapponi, TECTA Specialist DSCC Knoxville Winning with the CACFP Workshop Objective: The objective of this workshop is to explain the importance of the CACFP and serving nutritious meals to children; teach providers more specific ways of record keeping that will save them time and money; demonstrate the use of online claiming and other useful insights; raise awareness about CACFP and its benefits for child care providers.

Presenter: Philip Hester; President of Our Daily Bread of Tennessee, Inc.

Chattanooga Conscious Discipline: It Begins with Me!

Workshop Objective: To examine our past experiences and understand their influence on our lives; To learn practical strategies to help us respond to conflicts Presenter: Gayle Callis Resource and Referral Specialist for CCR&R Upper Cumberland Memphis

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Teaching Phonics in an Early Childcare Setting Workshop Objective: The objective of this workshop is to give providers strategies to incorporate a phonic-based approach to teaching literacy to toddlers and preschoolers Presenter: Natalie Wade; Owner/Operator of Mrs. Natalie's Childcare; Paris, TN & TOPSTAR Mentor Cumberland Successfully Working with Families Workshop Objective: The objective of this presentation is to share ideas of the importance of having pictures, lesson plans, calendars, children artwork, displayed on bulletin boards or photo albums for parents to view.

Presenter: Connie Ferguson Memphis Family Child Care Provider and TOPSTAR Mentor Capitol I How to be Family Child Care Provider and Live Like a Millionaire $$ Workshop Objective: The objective of this workshop is to provide information for the management side of family child care business; Success on the management program side. The goal is to improve overall quality for FCC; the information covers financial management and understanding the insurance needs for a child care business.

Presenter: John Governor DCI Tennessee Representative Capitol II What Does That Mean?

Workshop Objective: The participants will actively participate in discussions to help clarify how best practices for family child care settings are incorporated into the FCCERS-R Environment Rating Scale.

Presenters: Heather Wallace, Assessment Anchor; Angie Henson, Assessment Anchor; Cheri Lindsley, Assessment Anchor, Jan King, Assessment Anchor, and Briana Jimenez, Assessment Anchor Knoxville Homemade Materials for FCCERS-R Workshop Objective: Participants will be given suggestions and hands-on experiences with homemade and low cost materials to help meet FCCERS-R materials requirements.



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