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Support for ECE Professionals: Free Webinar on Emotional Intelligence

Dec 16, 2021    |   Educator Self-CareWebinar Recordings

Early childhood educators and care providers are superheroes! Tasked with one of the most important roles in a child’s early development and education, the work of ECE professionals is incredibly rewarding. However, the role can also carry a lot of stress, which can take a toll on not just your mental health and well-being, but also on your ability to teach and our students’ ability to learn.

Early childhood educators were stretched to their limits, long before COVID; but, the experiences of the past two years have compounded the stressors. This is why it is so critical to have tools of emotional intelligence. In this virtual event, hosted by Early Childhood Investigations Webinars, Dr. Donna Housman and ECE educator and trainer Emily Stone will discuss the importance of emotional well-being as a foundation for every early childhood learning environment.

Early childhood professionals, including leaders, directors, and educators, are invited to join in this event in order to…

  • Understand how unmanaged stress impacts our ability to think, engage with others and be our best.

  • Explore how your relationships and interactions with young children impact their emotional, social, and cognitive development.

  • Discover the power of understanding and managing our own emotions and those of others to problem solve, think critically, navigate difficult situations, develop a positive sense of self, and build empathy – all of which are essential to understanding every child’s experience and emotional situation including trauma.

  • Learn tools to understand and manage your own emotions in order to guide and model for children in theirs.

  • Understand that young children’s ability to regulate their emotions starts with their relationship with their key socializers, and how developing self-regulation is directly connected to co-regulation.

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