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Having trouble logging in?By Jessa VonFeldt0 Answers · 1,232 ViewsLast post: 2 years ago · Jessa VonFeldt
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Jessa VonFeldt
Bringing Awareness To Perinatal Mood & Anxiety DisordersBy Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC0 Answers · 615 ViewsLast post: 5 days ago · Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC
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Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC
Teaching Virtual Childbirth and Perinatal Classes: Best Practice ReviewBy Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC0 Answers · 667 ViewsLast post: 4 weeks ago · Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC
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Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC
Mix It Up: How to Use a Blended Learning Approach for Childbirth EducationBy Kristen Gosse, BA, BS, MEd0 Answers · 1,004 ViewsLast post: 3 months ago · Kristen Gosse, BA, BS, MEd
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Kristen Gosse, BA, BS, MEd
It’s Not Either/Or: How Offering a Variety of Types of Childbirth Classes Is the Key to Educating More ParentsBy Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC0 Answers · 611 ViewsLast post: 3 months ago · Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC
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Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC
How to Build a Childbirth Education Program: Classroom, Virtual, and Blended Perinatal Class Options and Curriculum MaterialsBy Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC0 Answers · 1,871 ViewsLast post: 11 months ago · Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC
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Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC
Spreading the Word: Education is Still (and Maybe More) Important - One Journey to SuccessBy Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC0 Answers · 1,173 ViewsLast post: 2 years ago · Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC
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Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC
Building Bridges: Virtual Solutions for Teaching ParentsBy Kristen Gosse, BA, BS, MEd0 Answers · 2,605 ViewsLast post: 2 years ago · Kristen Gosse, BA, BS, MEd
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Kristen Gosse, BA, BS, MEd
Teaching in the Time of Corona: Cognitive Load TheoryBy Kristen Gosse, BA, BS, MEd0 Answers · 2,430 ViewsLast post: 2 years ago · Kristen Gosse, BA, BS, MEd
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Kristen Gosse, BA, BS, MEd
Ideas for flipping your classesBy Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC0 Answers · 1,674 ViewsLast post: 2 years ago · Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC
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Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC
The Art & Science of Teaching AdultsBy Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, ICBD, CLC2 Answers · 3,103 ViewsLast post: 2 years ago · Kimberly Flora
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Kimberly Flora

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