Presentation Title

Social and Emotional Development in Adults: Who is Developing You?

Primary Presenter Brief Bio

BFTS-TR-6593

Consuella has conducted numerous educational workshops in early childhood and adult education. Her passion is to empower others to reach their goals. She understands, we cannot improve our communities without reaching the individuals of the families. Her courses are designed to enable professionals to build and sustain meaningful interactions with children and families. Plan to attend a course? Be prepared to laugh, learn, and interact!

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Type of Presentation

Workshop

Location

Session Three Breakouts: Room 2052

Topic Category

Strand 2: Nurturing Healthy Children

Targeted Age Group

Adult Learners

Targeted Audience

Family Child Care, Child Care Center, Directors/Administrators, Early Intervention Providers, After-School Providers, College Faculty/Trainers/TA, Primary Grades, Faith Based

Brief Session Description

This course seeks to bring awareness to early childhood practitioners the importance of their social and emotional development to eliminate adverse reactions to stress, especially incidents involving children with exceptionalities.

Full Session Description

Many early childhood practitioners are seeking to develop children's social and emotional growth, but neglecting their own needs, which may be a leading cause of teacher involved incidences of bullying and inappropriate responses to challenging behaviors. This course seeks to bring awareness to early childhood practitioners the importance of their social and emotional development to eliminate adverse reactions to stress, especially incidents involving children with exceptionalities.

Start Date

25-1-2020 3:00 PM

End Date

25-1-2020 4:30 PM

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Jan 25th, 3:00 PM Jan 25th, 4:30 PM

Social and Emotional Development in Adults: Who is Developing You?

Session Three Breakouts: Room 2052

This course seeks to bring awareness to early childhood practitioners the importance of their social and emotional development to eliminate adverse reactions to stress, especially incidents involving children with exceptionalities.