How can I earn approved in-services online?
Nebraska Extension offers online professional development lessons covering a range of early childhood education topics. Each topic area will provide research-based information and strategies on how you can support the early growth and development of young children.
Have other questions about online opportunities? Email us at TLC@UNL.EDU.
The Fit and Healthy Kids Series programs consist of 1-hour web-based live or recorded sessions. Sessions are offered once a month for 6 months during the school year. A team of University of Nebraska Extension Professionals offers the Fit and Healthy Kids series online programming to help increase the use of best practices in caring for and educating young children across the state.
These Fit and Healthy Kids on-demand training opportunities featuring diverse experts sharing evidence-based practices, resources, ideas, and the latest in research. These online classes fit your time schedule and are designed with you in mind because they are available 24/7, and completed at your pace after you register. Earn two (2) in-service hours that are approved for in-service hours in Nebraska, Colorado, Iowa, and South Dakota.
The Learning Child webinars are designed to provide an in-depth look into a topic area and provide you with research-based information from the University of Nebraska Lincoln without leaving the comfort of your home. The programs are designed to have instructors interact with the participants and participants interact with each other in a small classroom. You will have the opportunity to practice implementing research-based practices in your program. With the growing demand for online classes, new classes are being developed and offered throughout the year.
We offer online training opportunities featuring diverse experts sharing evidence-based practices, resources, ideas, and the latest in research. The goal is to foster quality early learning experiences for children birth through 8 years old. Our online training is approved in Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota.