Developing Self-Regulation and Social Emotional Skills in Early Years
Why do children often have difficulty engaging in learning? Many children have difficulty identifying their emotions and/or their body’s physiological needs in order to self-regulate. This workshop is designed to inspire educators to create an environment and incorporate practices that will guide children to be mindful of their physical and emotional state and responses under stress.
- Gain understanding of the continuum of social-emotional development and its relationship to self-regulation in young children.
- Explore ways to create a supportive, trusting classroom environment which supports children in developing self-awareness and regulation skills.
- Experience specific strategies and processes which can be embedded in daily practice and linked to curriculum outcomes.
- Early Childhood Educators
- PreK to Grade 3 Teachers
- School Teams: Administrators, Student Support Teachers, School Counsellors, Educational Assistants, Occupational Therapists
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Discount: Did you know if you register for this workshop your principal and/or vice-principal can attend with you at half of the regular registration cost? In order to activate this opportunity, please have your administrator contact the STF (email@example.com or 306 373 1660) to receive a discount code! Your administrator will need to provide your name and the workshop title when registering.
Registration fees are dependent on time of payment. If received:
- Prior to 10 business days before event - Early Bird
- Between two and 10 business days before event - Standard
- Within two business days before event - Late
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