Fostering Social Competence May 21, 2014
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
In this workshop participants will identify the factors that contribute to social competence for children under the age of six. Participants will explore three main aspects (emotional identification, self regulation and problem solving) for fostering healthy relationships. If you are interested in the answers to the questions listed below, then this is the workshop for you. What is social competence and how does it develop? Why is it Important that children learn social competence skills? What is the difference between social and emotional skills? Who supports children’s social and emotional development? When do children learn about emotions, self regulation and how to solve problems? The workshop will discuss current research, and provide each participant with practical strategies that can be incorporated into all early learning environments.
Location:
The Halton Resource Connection
410 Bronte St. S, Milton
Tiffany Room
Cost:
THRC Members: $5
THRC Non-Members: $15
Registration Deadline:
May 7, 2014

Bookings

Bookings are closed for this event.

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