Jun
1
Wed
Social/Emotional Development and the Brain @ Online
Jun 1 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Training Policies

Presenter: Corie Davis
Social/Emotional Development and the Brain: Did your lizard brain take control today? Find out how early social and emotional development is impacted by the way that the brain grows. Join us to learn more about how you can help wire children’s brains to have better impulse control and self regulation, leading to calmer classrooms and fewer challenging behaviors.

Jun
7
Tue
Helping Young Children Understand Race: Being “Colorblind” Is Not the Answer @ Online
Jun 7 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Training Policies

Presenter: Susan Mrazek
This training addresses the common misconceptions around talking with young children about race. Studies have shown that White parents often communicate to their children that “race doesn’t matter.” However, children of color learn very early on that race does matter in life. Racial differences, unfortunately, often equate to a lifetime of educational, legal, and health disparities that should not be ignored. Societal change requires us all to begin conversations about race with young children. Age appropriate honesty, transparency, and validation of experiences are a few of the tools presented here to help children process and understand racial differences.

Jun
22
Wed
Observando y Documentando el Desarrollo de los Niños @ Online
Jun 22 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Políticas de Entrenamientos

Presentadora: Gilda (Yoly) Figueroa
Este entrenamiento provee  estrategias para observar niños en su ambiente natural. Los participantes podrán identificar diferentes herramientas para conducir observaciones efectivas. Se discutirá el desarrollo típico y atípico de los niños. Se proveerán recursos para chequear el desarrollo de los niños que presenten preocupaciones en su desarrollo.

Jun
27
Mon
Comprender la relacion entre la comida y las emociones @ Online
Jun 27 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Políticas de Entrenamientos

Los comportamientos alimentarios se desarrollan durante los primeros años de vida; los niños aprenden qué, cuándo y cuánto comer a través de experiencias directas con la comida y al observar los comportamientos alimentarios de los demás. Durante el entrenamiento se discutirán los factores que influyen en las conductas alimentarias.