Promoting Social and Emotional Competence in Young Children
June 21 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Facilitator Lisa Branstetter:
In this session, we will focus on healthy strategies for preventing challenging behaviors in young children. These strategies will include a) Positive relationships with children serve as the foundation for addressing social emotional needs. b) When children understand routines and expectations for their behavior, and when they are engaged in activities that are meaningful, they are less likely to engage in challenging behavior. c) Expectations and routines have to be taught to children using a range of teaching strategies.
This workshop is free thanks to the generous sponsorship by the Jefferson County Regional Collaborative through a grant from the Governor’s Office of Early Childhood.
Notice: This is an online class. Please make sure you include a valid email address when registering and that you have internet and email access at the time of the training. This training will be conducted via Zoom, and you will be required to participate via video and audio through a computer, phone, or tablet. All classes are on Eastern Standard Time.
Level 2 CDA 3 CC 4,1 Audience-All
2 Credit Hours
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