These tutorials are not fee based and are open to everyone.

This self paced tutorial will take you through the course features and expectations found in all of the OPEN NH online professional development courses provided by New Hampshire e-Learning for Educators.This course is free for all to explore at their own pace and as time permits. Participants will be guided through the e-Learning for Educators discussion-based, asynchronous model for online professional development courses offered through OPEN NH.This tutorial uses videos found on You Tube and Teacher Tube to demonstrate best practices for success with online courses.Discussion questions are provided in the tutorial, but are optional.We encourage you to post discussion comments both for practice in posting and for the benefit of those who will review the tutorial after you.  Are you ready to explore the benefits of online learning?


This tutorial serves as a tutorial for effectively preparing and delivering a successful videoconference.

The goal of this curriculum is to build New Hampshire’s capacity to provide trauma-informed early childhood services, including childcare, home visiting, early education, and health and mental health services. In doing so, we hope that you engage in trauma-informed care in your own setting and spread the message of trauma-informed care to cross-system partners.  This curriculum is divided into four units which include an introduction to Trauma-Informed Early Childhood Services, and then cover the impact of trauma on young children in terms of their neurobiology and development, the screening and interventions used with traumatized children, and reflective practices used to work with caregivers and traumatized young children.  Each of these units will help to build your capacity to provide trauma-informed early childhood care.  As you complete each unit of the tutorial, you will be asked to submit an online assessment. At the end of Unit 4, you will be able to download a certificate of completion.

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