At-Risk for Early Childhood Educators



An interactive role-play simulation for educators who work with children ages 3-5 that builds understanding, knowledge, and skills in mental health and behavior management. Practice talking with virtual students and caregivers to lead real-life conversations around challenging behavior, identifying students who may need more support, and collaborating with caregivers.

Learning Objectives include:

  • Identify signs that a young child in your care might need emotional support
  • Intervene appropriately in response to behavioral challenges or social-emotional skill deficits
  • Bring up concerns with a caregiver and collaborate on a plan
  • Practice emotional self-regulation to be better prepared to support your classroom

At-Risk for Earlt Childhood Educators is a professional development simulation sold on a subcription license basis to individuals, schools, districts, and for statewide use. For more information about this simulation, please click here.

School-wide licenses make the training available to all adults working in the school building (e.g., teachers, administrators, other paid and volunteer staff) and are priced based on school enrollment.

For district and statewide pricing or for bundles of 100+ individual licenses, please contact our K-12 teamor call 212-675-9234.

Login access information will be emailed within one business day of purchase. The license will remain active for 1 year after purchase and is valid for one user. A downloadable, printable certificate of completion will be awarded upon completion of the training.