Social Emotional Learning in Preschoolers

Date of Publication
July 7, 2021
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In this course, Early Childhood Educators (ECE) will be provided an overview of social emotional learning in preschoolers with special emphasis on teaching children to learn, regulate emotions and be resilient.

Course Information

In this course, Early Childhood Educators (ECE) will learn strategies to promote the growth, development and social emotional learning (SEL) of pre-schoolers. Specifically, ECEs will learn how to teach children to recognize emotions and validate their feelings.

Additionally, learners will be provided with ways to teach children to self-regulate emotions, bolster their learning and encourage friendship-building among members of the classroom. Finally, ECEs will be provided with strategies to build resilience in young children.

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