Supporting Children’s Behaviour

Supporting Children’s Behaviour
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Sometimes we overlook the importance of telling young children, especially babies, what is about to happen. Doing so is an important act of respect, even when we’re not sure they will understand. Often young children understand a lot more than we think they do, and they are more likely to cooperate when they know what’s going to happen’ Ourselves in their shoes, 3rd Edition, 2011, Anne Stonehouse

This online interactive workshop has two modules designed specifically for home based Educators.  Module one unpacks the key theories and ideas used to develop the strategies for supporting children in their development of both social and emotional skills. In the second module educators will explore the concept of self-regulation and discuss practices they are can use to assist children with their ongoing development of self-regulation. This session has knowledge checkpoints designed to consolidate learning and assist in the application of the key strategies. All participants will receive a Certificate of Participation on completing the course fully.

register-now-buttonOnline Training Length:  self paced
Session Cost: $44.00pp