We will explore self-care, signs of stress, protective and self-care strategies, and how the global pandemic has affected, and continues to impact, our children, families, and workforce. In this webinar, SSFC mobilizes for community support with the understanding that physical distancing can be highly stressful for families and the workforce. We’re here to remind attendees that we can all still rely upon our relationships for emotional health and resiliency. Participants can earn one (1) hour of in-service credit and a certificate following the webinar.
Meet the speaker: Makisha Burns, Pre-K Transition Specialist
Makisha is the instructor and moderator for both webinars. With more than 20 years of experience in early childhood education, she transforms the learning experiences of our children by providing information and access to skills training, including state-mandated transition protocols, parent education and teacher consulting, and digital literacy. She has a BS and MA in Teaching Birth through Kindergarten and certifications in CLASS (Pre-K), FLIP/HUG, Orton-Gillingham Training, Parents As Teachers, DIAL 4, CERTL, PBIS, infant massage, and Promoting Healthy Social Emotional Behaviors.