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Webinar – Play Therapy Techniques in Early Childhood Settings: Supporting Social-emotional Learning & Self-regulationIn this webinar, you will learn how to support children’s development through their most natural means for expression: play. You will learn about essential play skills, derived from Child-Centered Play Therapy, and how to engage young children in play and interact with them in ways that can strengthen the attachment relationship while supporting the acquisition of vital coping skills.
creating a movement-friendly environment and managing safety. You'll also learn about techniques that build confidence and self-esteem through a wide variety of activities that you can easily use in your classroom.
safe, positive environments and interactions are key!
Do you know the difference between misbehaviour and stress behaviour? The Mehrit Centre has developed this infographic to explain what stress behaviour is, signs to watch for and tips for helping children.
This webinar is designed to support early childhood educators as they improve children's success with language and literacy development.
Here are a few ideas for managing challenging behavior by introducing opportunities for social-emotional learning.
This article succinctly describes 20 practical and powerful strategies for promoting resilience in your program.
These 30 games and activities support planning and problem solving, memory, attention, motor control and sequencing. They’re a great way to introduce self-regulation strategies to kids!
Reaching In Reaching Out has a list of English and French storybooks that illustrate resilient thinking and coping in action- and promote cultural competence too! Each book is annotated and categorized by the resiliency abilities it supports.
The Zones of Regulation website offers live webinars and access to training that provide a framework to foster self-regulation and emotional control.