Presenter Information

Tatjyana ElmoreFollow

Primary Presenter Brief Bio

Tatjyana Elmore (Trainer Code: TR-BFTS-6383) is an Early Care and Education Manager at Quality Care for Children. Mrs. Elmore received a B.S. in Marketing from DeVry University, TCC in Early Childhood Care and Education from Atlanta Technical College and a M.A in Adult Education from Central Michigan University. Mrs. Elmore is a member of the Board for the National Black Child Development Institute Atlanta affliction and serves on the Membership Committee. Mrs. Elmore has extensive experience with marketing planning for small business, fundraising, charity events, project implementation, project management and grant writing through government and commercial Request for Proposals, (RFP). Mrs. Elmore has held many early childhood education roles such as classroom teacher, center director, curriculum specialist, and early care and education specialist. In her most recent role as Early Care and Education Manager for the Metro Atlanta Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR&R), over 40 programs received technical assistance support for Quality Rated: Georgia’s Tiered Quality Rating and Improvement System and more than 400 educators have received professional development training hours. She is an American Heart Association Heart Saver CPR and First Aid Instructor and state certified Level 2 trainer with over 10 for early childhood educators and administrators.

Type of Presentation

Regular Session

Location

Room 2903

Topic Category

Strand 3: Intentional Teaching Strategies

Targeted Age Group

Infant, Toddler, Preschool, Adult Learners

Targeted Audience

Family Child Care, Child Care Center, Directors/Administrators, After-School Providers

Brief Session Description

Learn to plan activities to promote young children's development through lesson plans and to connect them to the learning centers, daily activities and routines of the children.

Full Session Description

Teachers have shown a lack of knowledge of how to adapt individual needs. This is evident in lesson plans being presented for the Quality Rated portfolio. Lesson plans are a road map to facilitate teaching and learning. When done effectively, a lesson plan recognizes and meets the needs of every student in your class. It should identify what you teach, how you will deliver the material, and how the outcomes will be measured. Lesson planning is an important aspect of effective teaching because it focuses the teaching on the students; however, lesson planning can seem overwhelming and laborious. Participants will benefit by learning to adapt instructional plans to meet children’s individual needs.

Start Date

26-1-2019 10:15 AM

End Date

26-1-2019 11:45 AM

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Jan 26th, 10:15 AM Jan 26th, 11:45 AM

Lesson Plans and Accommodations for Every Child

Room 2903

Learn to plan activities to promote young children's development through lesson plans and to connect them to the learning centers, daily activities and routines of the children.