2055 Army Trail Road #140
Presenter: Darrell Brown, YWCA Early Head Start Teacher Coach
Serve and return interactions shape brain architecture. When an infant or young child babbles, gestures, or cries, and an adult responds appropriately with eye contact, words, or a hug, neural
connections are built and strengthened in the child’s brain that supports the development of communication and social skills. This training will help us to identify the importance of language and literacy development, and how you (teacher, parent, or nurturing adult) can make the most out of your interactions with infants and toddlers.
Who Should Register: Directors & Infant Toddler Staff
Level of Learning: Introductory