Along with our partners at Mind in the Making, we’re excited to announce a new online training series suitable for professionals who work with children and families as well as parents! The series offers research-based ways to bolster children’s (and adults’) executive function skills.
Our latest Tip Sheets delve into the components of active listening and how reflective practice can transform it into reflective listening. Learn techniques for using reflective listening to support relationships.
Curriculum Specialist Anna Landes Benz reflects on the complexity of identifying as an introvert or extrovert. She also offers tips for supporting children who are on the introverted end of the spectrum, whether at home or in the classroom.
A groundbreaking new book by CEED personnel is the first guide to using the Reflective Interaction Observation Scale (RIOS™) as a framework to plan and shape reflective supervision sessions.
Take a virtual tour of our new home in Campbell Hall on the Minneapolis campus of the University of Minnesota.
The Minnesota Early Intervention Summer Institute will be held in person June 21-22 at St. John’s University. Choose from six intensive learning tracks and connect with early childhood professionals from across the state!
Explore our open positions today!
Alyssa Meuwissen, PhD, appeared on Minnesota Live, where she shared insights into the pandemic’s impact on children’s social-emotional skills.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) released its new Training and Trainer Evaluation Tool (TTET) on July 1, 2021. TTET allows trainers and stakeholders to collect valuable information from training participants. DHS now has talking points for trainers to refer to when instructing trainees on using the TTET.
Learn about what happens in a reflective supervision session and how it can benefit practitioners in fields such as early childhood education, social work, and health care.