Social Emotional Learning in Preschoolers
- Date of Publication
- July 7, 2021
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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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