Strengthening Language through Responsive and Effective Interactions

Type
Course
Date of Publication
July 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

Why and how to strengthen language through responsive and effective interactions with infants and toddlers helps teachers understand the importance of early language experiences. Learn ways to promote infants' and toddlers' language development. Multiple strategies for effective, responsive communications are given.

Course Information

Why and how to strengthen language through responsive and effective interactions with infants and toddlers helps early care teachers understand the importance of early language experiences.

Learn ways to promote infant and toddler language development within the child care setting. Two areas of development which go hand-in-hand are oral language development and social emotional development. Multiple strategies for effective, responsive communications are given.

Funding for this 2-hour training course was provided by H-E-B.

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