Creating Engaging Preschool Environments

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Set the stage for children's learning, interactions, behavior, and curiosity!

The classroom environment, when carefully curated, is a silent teacher, one that allows the child to learn independently with their interests leading the way.

In this course, participants will explore the benefits of a developed classroom and how the environment becomes "The Third Teacher".

Learn How to Create Engaging Spaces

  • Engaging Video Examples
  • Downloadable Resources
  • Printable Certificate

One Hour Course

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.

What You'll Learn

  1. The importance of intentional environments
  2. How the environment impacts teachers and children's behaviors
  3. How to arrange a classroom, create centers and choose materials

Meet the instructor

Audrey Rowland

Audrey Rowland has over 20 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. She founded Green Space Learning, providing early childhood professional development for educators and creating play-based indoor and outdoor learning environments for early childhood programs. An engaging speaker and trainer, Audrey translates information into application. Audrey earned a MS from the University of North Texas in Child Development and Family Studies and a MBA from Texas Woman’s University. She is a Master Trainer with the Texas Early Childhood Professional Development System (#1743).
Patrick Jones - Course author