Supporting Children’s Optimal Brain Growth While Stuck at Home - Part 2 (WEBINAR)

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Supporting Children’s Optimal Brain Growth While Stuck at Home - Part 2 (WEBINAR)


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Date and Time: 
Friday, June 19, 2020 - 11:00am to 12:30pm
Description: 

This is part two of a two-part webinar series for early childhood educators on supporting children’s optimal brain development and soothing the child’s nervous system. The webinars offer tools for transitioning children back into the classroom using breathing techniques, movement and the arts. Participants will explore the importance of creating activities that integrate four major areas of growth and development that promote optimal brain growth:

  • Cognitive (thinking and learning);
  • Emotional (how children can manage their own feelings);
  • Physical (brain-body wellness); and
  • Social (how they understand and interact with others).

Participants will:

  • Find their own calm so that they can think clearly, make good decisions and care for the children and themselves;
  • Learn what children’s brains need to maximize learning and be successful in life (and how to help them let go of the stuff they don’t really need); and
  • Identify ways to take this simple guide back to the classroom so that they can keep coming back to these principles in the future.

This course addresses the following age band(s):

  • Early childhood - middle (36-60 months)
Instructions: 
This session will be conducted via webinar. All registrants will be emailed a link to participate in this training session.
Price of Training: 
Free
Content Level: 
Beginner
Language of Training: 
English
Core Knowledge Area: 
Child Growth and Development
Audience: 
Assistant Teachers
Family Home Providers
Teachers
Sponsors: 
Inner City-Inner Child
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Professional Learning Units (Clock Hours): 
1.50