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Supporting the Social–Emotional Development of Young Children: Ideas, Strategies, and Resources
Thu September 23, 2021: 11:00 am-12:30 pm EDTFree
About This Webinar:
Social–emotional development has often been referred to as the “secret ingredient” for children’s success. Children who have a strong social–emotional foundation not only do better academically, but also tend to be happier, have more friends and show greater motivation to learn. All early childhood professionals play an important role in helping children feel competent and confident as they begin to learn how to develop relationships and friendships; understand, label, and manage emotions; and solve problems. This webinar will share ideas, strategies, and resources for teaching these important social–emotional skills as well as partnering with families as they support their children’s development.
Tweety Yates, Ph.D. works on the Early Intervention Training Program (EITP) Grant at the University of Illinois and The National Center on Early Childhood Development, Teaching and Learning (NCECDTL) contract through Vanderbilt University. She is also a consultant and faculty for the Pyramid Model Consortium. Dr. Yates’ primary research interest are supporting caregiver-child interactions, promoting social emotional, language, and literacy development and effective professional development delivery practices. She has been involved in early childhood professional development for over 30 years.
Continuing Education (CE) Credit
This OneOp Early Intervention webinar:
- Has been approved for 1.5 Continuing Education Credits for the Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) program through the National Council on Family Relations. (Valid until 9/23/24)
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