Early Learning Workshops

Our Mission is to empower and engage child care providers by providing top-notch training with hands-on activities and developmentally appropriate resources to better the lives of children and families in our area. Providers will have the materials and ideas to put into practice current child development theories. Handouts include picture books, resource books, and educational materials. Please register on www.occrra.org. Schedule is subject to change. Questions? Call Debi Thevenin 937-220-1708, dthevenin@thintv.org or Tina Spaulding at 937-220-1670, tspaulding@thinktv.org

Effective Learning
2 hours

Effective learning is critical to the development of young children. Describe effective learning through play and explore a variety of strategies to support children’s learning experiences.

Calming Down and Kindness in the Classroom
2 hours

Successful coping skills, understanding emotions, and creating kindness in early childhood contribute to a child’s long-term success in school and in life. Explore and identify strategies to foster these critical skills in young children.

Grow Happy Kids
2 hours

Learning about healthy eating and exercise can be challenging. Explore like a scientist and demonstrate strategies for making healthy lifestyles with young children easier and more successful.

Workshop Schedule

New modules of Ohio Ready To Learn workshops will be announced in Fall 2021


We conduct station tours Monday through Friday between 9am and 5pm.  If you would like to set up a station tour or request a special tour date or time please call (937) 220-1708 or email: dthevenin@thinktv.org.

Our community workshops help parents, educators and child care providers extend the learning value of our educational program offerings. Click here for a complete list of community workshops. For more information or to register for a workshop call Tina Spaulding (937-220-1670) or email at: tspaulding@thinktv.org.

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