Events

Nov 9

Raising Readers Together Club

Guided by staff at The Pittsburgh Association for The Education of Young Children (PAEYC), The Raising Readers Together Club (RRTC) runs weekly.

RRTC provides FREE:

  • books
  • ...

Nov 10

Come Play!

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Nov 10

PA-AIMH Breakfast Network Meeting Series - The Role of Reflective Processing and Supervision in Professional Growth and Development

Breakfast Network Meeting #2:
The Role of Reflective Processing and Reflective Supervision in Professional Growth and Development
Diana Schwab M.Ed., LCSW, Developmental Specialist, Kids Plus Pediatrics
Friday, November 10, 2017, 8:30-10:30 AM
PaTTAN Pittsburgh
3190...

Nov 11

YWCA SWRK - Supervision: Count, Count And Count Again

This course will evaluate safety and supervision practices. Using DHS child care licensing regulations, practitioners will assess their facility's safety and supervision practices. Indoor and outdoor play spaces will be evaluated. Participants will review their supervision skills, identify...

Nov 14

Come Play!

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Nov 14

Fit Families with Renee

Join The Homewood Early Learning HUB for Fit Families with Renee, Tuesdays, 5:30 - 7 pm (with the exception of October 31st). Enjoy healthy foods and recipes and exercises for the whole family. Contact Cynthia at 412-421-3889 with questions.

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Nov 17

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Nov 17

P.R.I.D.E. Speaker Series

Join the inaugral talk with Dr. Beverly Tatum, national best selling author of Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? And Other Conversations About Race. 

Building on the model of children’s activities offered during the widely popular Harambee II Black...

Nov 21

Come Play!

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Dec 4

PAEYC Online PD: It's All Fun and Games: A Perspective on Competition in the School-Age Classroom

Many educators see the potential of competitive play to provide positive experiences and support healthy development among school age children, but are unsure how to maximize those benefits, often shying away from it altogether.

Therefore, as young children engage in competitive play,...

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