STARS (State Training & Registry System)
Parents, Teachers and Child Caregivers are Invited to FREE Early Childhood Workshops
STARS (State Training & Registry System) is a career development system for those who work in childcare, early education and school-age care. King County Library System offers free childcare workshops for continuing education. Persons requiring STARS-approved continuing education credit must bring their STARS registration number the day of the workshop to receive credit.
Register online for classes at www.kcls.org/stars or call the community libraries listed below.
Registration begins two weeks prior to the workshop. Adults only!
Curriculum Development Based on Favorite Children’s Books
Presented by Darlene Cook.
Make activities come alive and encourage learning for every child in your classroom by developing your curriculum around a book, its central theme or idea. Provides 2 hours STARS credit in Curriculum and Learning Environment.
Learning Styles in Action
Presented by Miriam Dressler.
Did you know that your individual learning style affects how you teach and create materials for the early childhood classroom? Learn about the three main learning styles: visual, auditory and kinesthetic. Discover ways to make activities in your classroom more multi-sensory and supportive of different styles of learning. Provides 2 STARS credit hours in Curriculum and Learning Environment or Child Growth & Development.
Sponsored by Bellevue Friends of the Library.
Last Updated: May 22, 2013