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Event Details

How Do We Give Children A Strong Start? Know the Key Emotional Milestones (Key #2)

: 311264
Level 1 – Explores
Tuesday, June 11, 2019  
6:30pm to 8:30pm
(2.00 Hours)

Description

Course ID 119979
This workshop focuses on the important emotional milestones caregivers can help children achieve as the foundation for positive mental health. This class will discuss how to use social and emotional development checklists to identify where children are in their development and look at strategies to support them as they progress to the next social/emotional milestone.
 

Chanhassen Recreation Center
2310 Coulter BlvdChanhassen, MN 55317
County Carver

Registration

Event Fee
Registration Closed
Register By
6/4/2019
Required?
Yes

Contact

Think Small (Email)
Think Small (Child Care Aware of MN-Metro District/Region 11: Hennepin & Ramsey Counties)
10 Yorkton Court
Saint Paul, MN 55117
Phone (651) 641-3549
Fax (651) 645-0990

Think Small (Child Care Aware of MN-Metro District/Region 11: Hennepin & Ramsey Counties)

Delivery Methods

Classroom

Assessment/Evaluation

TTET

Description

This workshop focuses on the important emotional milestones caregivers can help children achieve as the foundation for positive mental health. This class will discuss how to use social and emotional development checklists to identify where children are in their development and look at strategies to support them as they progress to the next social/emotional milestone.


2.00 Hours

Course Level

Level 1 – Explores

Approved clock hour course

Course Category

Early Childhood

General Course

II.C: Promoting Social and Emotional Development (2 Hours)

CDA Content Areas

Content Area III: Positive ways to support children’ social and emotional development (2 Hours)

Early Childhood Classroom Staff
Center based setting
Family Child Care
Family-Friend-Neighbor
Family Child Care
Parents
Parent Educators
Administration

Toddlers
Preschoolers