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Promoting Self-Regulation with the Bottom-up Approach online 6:30-8:30
November 22 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm$5.00
Research has shown that self-regulation is one of the key life skills related to learning as well as emotional, social, and physical well-being. From taking turns to expressing their big emotions appropriately, infants and toddlers require much learning, practice, and support from early childhood educators.
During this workshop, early childhood educators will be introduced to their crucial role as co-regulators while discussing the development of regulation. They will explore different strategies to meet an individual child’s needs based on tackling different levels of the brain.
Minnie Mossop, PhD
Faculty Instructor, Early Childhood Education
Faculty of Applied Community Studies
David Lam Campus
To register, purchase a ticket below. For more information email [email protected] or call 778-201-2367
Date November 22
Location: Online Workshop 6:30-8:30
Workshops are non refundable
- It is the participants’ responsibility to read the workshop/course description and make sure the training selected is suitable for their learning needs.
- Participants must be 19 years of age at the time of registration.
- The equivalent of Grade 8 high-school English understanding, written and oral skills are necessary to actively participate in class.
- Participants must stay for the full workshop/course & actively participate to receive a certificate.
- For Online workshops- You must have your full name (not” Iphone ” ) visible on screen to be counted as attending the workshop. ( If you can not add your name please put in chat box)
- Doors close 15 minutes after start time in respect to facilitator and participants.
- We are unable to accommodate children during workshop/course time. Please make childcare arrangements.
- Payment must be made at the time of registration to confirm a seat. Registration is online only.
- Receipts and handouts are always sent by email.
- There is a $15 charge to reprint a certificate or receipt for up to 1 year from the workshop/course date.
- Everyone in the class must abide by the Classroom Code of Conduct.
- These are non-credit workshops/courses, meaning they cannot be applied towards the completion of a university or college certificate, diploma or degree.
- If you have questions about a certificate being accepted by the ECE Registry, please contact them at 1-888-338-6622 or look on their website here: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/education-training/early-learning/teach/training-and-professional-development/become-an-early-childhood-educator/renew-maintain-ece-certification
- While facilitators strive to cover each workshop’s content as outlined in the description as closely as possible, it is important to point out that each educator is on an individual and unique learning pathway.
- Workshops are non refundable.
Any questions please call CCRR 778-201-2367 or email [email protected]