Social-emotional development is the foundation for all curriculum for infants and toddlers. Explore these domains of development, strategies for promoting healthy development, primary caregiving, continuity of care, and building positive relationships.
Social Emotional Development
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Social-emotional development is the foundation for all curriculum, especially for infants and toddlers. Throughout this course, we’ll be talking about the various aspects of social and emotional development. While all areas of development are intertwined, it’s important to realize that there is nothing that happens in the brain that doesn’t first pass through the emotional center of the brain. Therefore having a secure understanding of social-emotional development is essential when it comes to providing quality environments for young children. This class is geared towards infant and toddler teachers.
In this course, we will cover the following topics:
- Characteristics of Social-Emotional Development
- 6 Stages of Emotional Development
- Planning for Social-Emotional Development
- Primary Caregiving
- Continuity of Care
- The Impact of Disconnection
- The 5 R’s
- Strategies to Improve Relationships
You’ll explore the foundations of social and emotional development and develop strategies to support the children in your care. This class is geared towards infant and toddler teachers.
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HI, IN, KY, NC, MI, MN, and OH.