Builders / Barriers in Emotional Development

Type
Course
Date of Publication
July 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

Explore builders and barriers to social emotional development. Review the stages of social emotional development, the types and role of play, strategies for development of pro-social behavior and learn how to integrate songs and music experiences that enhance social emotional development.

Course Information Guiding children's behavior can be one of the most challenging elements of working in early care and education. Through this course, you will explore builders and barriers to social emotional development. Review of the stages of social emotional development. Identify the stages and types of play common in early childhood. Discuss strategies for supporting the development of pro-social behavior. Explore motivation. Describe literacy experiences that support social emotional development. Learn how to integrate songs and music experiences that enhance social emotional development. Funding for this 6-hour online training course was provided by Workforce Solutions as part of their Early Care and Education Quality Improvement initiative.

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