How Toddlers Learn

by Audrey Rowland MS, MBA

Review the cognitive, physical, and language development of toddlers and discuss best practices for creating an enriched environment and curriculum specifically for this age group. Participants will see examples of toddler programs, gain new strategies, and better understand this unique stage of development.

What's included?

  • PowerPoint Presentation
  • Certificate of Completion

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand developmental milestones of toddlers in relation to their cognitive, social/emotional, and physical development
  2. Break down environmental elements of a developmentally appropriate toddler classroom
  3. Utilize new strategies along with current knowledge for intentional teaching

Course Requirement

This course provides 1.0  hours of professional development for early childhood educators.

Participants are required to view the complete virtual training and complete the quiz. Participants must receive a score of 80% or higher to receive credit for this course.  

Course certificates are emailed upon successful completion of the full training and quiz.

Meet the instructor

Audrey Rowland

Audrey Rowland has over 15 years of experience as an early childhood professional. Drawing from her expertise as a teacher and administrator, Audrey creates resources and provides professional development for early educators, administrators, parents, and policy-makers.

Audrey is grounded in theory and practice that emphasizes developmentally appropriate practice and high-quality early education. She provides a number of content areas with a focus on classroom implementation. She is an engaging speaker and trainer, translating information into application and inspiring teachers and professionals.

Audrey earned a MS from the University of North Texas in Child Development and Family Studies and a MBA from Texas Woman’s University. Audrey is a Master Trainer with the Texas Early Childhood Professional Development System (#1743)
Patrick Jones - Course author