Mindfulness September 20, 2017
Positive relationships and early learning experiences are important to support young children’s social emotional development. Through the use of mindful and reflective practice, educators can begin to create supportive environments that can promote self-regulation and build on the key competencies of social emotional development. By cultivating our own mindfulness, through practices such as mindful communication, meditation, and self-observation, we can begin to utilize mindfulness as a powerful tool. This tool can be used not only as a resource to support and grow children’s social emotional capacity but also to improve our own sense of self-efficacy and bring enjoyment back to both our personal and professional lives.

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The Halton Resource Connection
410 Bronte Street South, Milton
Bronte Room
Facilitator: Krystal Kearney, B.ECS (Hons), RECE
THRC Member: $5
Non-Member $15
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Registration Deadline:
September 6, 2017



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