Stokes – Social/Emotional Milestones-Birth to 36 Months: Building Blocks for Future Learning
April 16, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
First everything is “mine”, then children learn to take turns, and eventually they learn to share. For infants and toddlers this learning happens through relationships and includes developing a sense of self, a sense of self with others, and learning about feelings. All children need an emotionally secure environment that supports healthy development in this learning domain. This workshop examines social/emotional competence as a vital component of later school readiness. Participants will learn how a responsive caregiver can help the youngest of our children form secure attachments, learn to navigate feelings and emotions, and begin to develop self-regulation and social skills, the building blocks for future learning. This training provides information that supports the ITERS-R subscales: Listening and Talking and Interactions. (DCDEE3,7)
Registration deadline: 4/12/19 (info. at www.stokespfc.com)
2DCDEE credit hrs.
*All providers are welcome to attend professional development sessions, however first priority is given to Stokes County providers. Those outside of Stokes may utilize unfilled slots after the Stokes registration.