Date - 09/22/2020
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Community Child Care Solutions
The goal of Unit 5 is for participants understand how social–emotional development unfolds in the first 5 years and the brain’s role in this process. Participants will gain an understanding of how Social–Emotional Development Unfolds in the First 5 Years and How to Support It in Young Children as well as the areas of the brain involved in social interactions and emotional reactions. Participants will also explore the role of relationships and attachment in social-emotional development; the effect of stress on social-emotional development; and the development of empathy in very young children. Participants will learn skills and strategies for: 1) Teaching early childhood providers about brain development (architecture and neurobiology) to inform their practice 2) Supporting language, cognition, pro-social behavior, and social-emotional development 3) Reducing toxic stress that can negatively influence brain development of very young children.
Core Knowledge Areas: Child Growth and Development; Teaching-Learning Interactions and Approaches
Free Registration is available at www.njccis.com. Use Event ID 124807