Online Program for Professionals
Building Early Emotional Skills (BEES) for Early Childhood professionals is an opportunity to learn more about how children develop important social emotional skills, and how you can help them learn to understand and express their emotions appropriately. We will talk about dealing with your stress as a caregiver and handling tantrums, biting and other troublesome behaviors of young children. We will learn about the important role you play in helping young children feel safe and secure as they learn to navigate their strong emotions.
BEES is a MiRegistry approved training. Digital course materials are provided at no cost. A certificate for 8 hours of training is available upon successful course completion.
This free online course is offered three times each year in the Fall, Winter and Spring.
View the BEES for Early Childhood Professionals Syllabus for more details: PDF
Registration period: August 16 - August 29
Class will run August 22 - October 22
To be notified when registration opens, please use this form.
REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS (Follow Steps 1-3 below)
To register for this course you will need to create an account, sign in with your email/password, and complete the registration process. To watch a video tutorial, demonstrating an overview of the registration process, click on the following link: Online Course Registration Video Tutorial. Step-by-step instructions are below.
- STEP #1: Create your Michigan State University Guest ID Account by following the instructions on this website: MSU Guest Account Creation Page. For detailed, step-by-step instructions visit the following web page: INSTRUCTIONS: Creating Your Account.
- STEP #2: Login to the registration system with your Community ID and Password Registration for this class is now CLOSED. To be notified when registration opens again, please complete the following form
- STEP #3: Follow the instructions to register for the course. Upon registration, you will receive a receipt and instructions for accessing the course.
LOGGING INTO THE ONLINE COURSE
Once you have registered, you will receive an email with instructions on how to login to the course at https://d2l.msu.edu/. You will use the same login credentials that you set during registration (your NetID is your email address used during registration and use the same password set during registration). If you need to reset your password at any time go to: https://community.idm.msu.edu/ and select the option for Forgot Password.
If you need technical assistance please contact the Michigan State University Discovery Services. They are available 24/7 at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-517-353-8700, 7AM-12AM EDT Mon-Fri and 10AM-2AM EDT Sat-Sun. Tell them you are logging into an MSU Extension online course with an MSU Guest Account/Community ID.
- What is my username/NETID? Your username (or NET ID) is the email address you used to create your account during registration (you use the same email address/password for registering and for taking the course).
- What URL do I go to for logging into the course? Go to D2L. You will see the Michigan State University at the top of the page.
- I received a “not authenticated” response when trying to login – what do I do? A “not authenticated” message is typically an issue with a password not being entered correctly. To reset your password at any time go to the MSU Community Guest site and select the option for Reset MSU Guest Account Password. You will receive an email from a sender called “Guest Account/Community ID” with a link to reset your password.
- I forgot my password – where can I reset it? To reset your password at any time go to the MSU Community Guest site and select the option for Forgot Password. You will receive an email from a sender called “Guest Account/Community ID” with a link to reset your password.
- Who can I call for technical support? The Michigan State University Help Desk. They are available 24/7 at email@example.com or 1-800-500-1554. Tell them you are logging into an MSU Extension online course with an MSU Community ID.