Tagged With "Challenging"

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Tantrums [Zero to Three website]

Karin Hecht ·
Anyone who has interacted with young children knows that tantrums can be hard to manage! Children are still growing in their ability to manage emotions, and they need patience and guidance along the way. The Zero to Three website can provide tips and strategies for helping children work through these difficult emotions, and help parents and caregivers stay level headed in the face of them. Acknowledge what your child is feeling. It is never wrong for a child to feel angry or sad, but you can...
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WEBINAR: Building Family Economic Mobility on 2/13

Bonnie Berman ·
Date: Thursday, February 13, 2020 Time: 12-1pm PT Please join us for a webinar on Thursday, February 13th, to learn about the Building Family Economic Mobility Toolkit from the National Center for Parent, Family, and Community Engagement. Designed for Head Start and Early Head Start teachers to help them better serve families facing economic challenges, the Toolkit can be used in a variety of settings to build professionals’ knowledge and ability to help families build financial stability...
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Re: Registration Open Now: Transform Challenging Behavior FREE ONLINE Early Childhood Conference

Latrelle Nicholson ·
Hello, I plan to attend, but do not understand how this works. When signing up, do we sign up for each day or on day of the conference? Is there a schedule of events for each day and time? Please help. I would also like to pass this on to some of my colleagues and teachers. Thank you for any help you are able to give. -Latrelle Nicholson latrelle.nicholson@firstup.org
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Re: Free ECE Transform Challenging Behavior Online Conference May 6-8

Julie Kurtz ·
The 3rd annual (May 6-12) Transform Challenging Behavior Online International Conference is a FREE online event for early childhood professionals that I’m speaking at this year. This conference invites us to reflect on how we think about children’s behavior and shares innovative effective strategies. I’ll be talking about Culturally Responsive Self-Care Practices for Early Childhood Providers with Dr. Nicholson and Dr. LaWanda Wesley . Sign up for free and yes PD certificates are provided.
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