Join Early Childhood Investigations for a free webinar to explore early childhood environments that nurture kindness, empathy, and perspective-taking. Participants will learn how to support learning in a just and equitable environment.
Information will be presented by Makai Kellogg, Magy Youssef, and Sabina Zeffler, and their mentor, Jacky Howell. They will share insights from their new book, Reflection, Perspective-Taking, and Social Justice: Stories of Empathy and Kindness in the Early Childhood Classroom, and will coach participants to embrace the principles you need to guide children and become mindful of and empathetic toward other people’s perspectives.
In this webinar, participants will learn…
- the benefits of pets in the classroom to foster young children’s social and emotional development
- ways to intentionally use children’s literature as part of a curriculum that supports children in building empathy
- the importance of listening and holding space with young children
- ways to incorporate conversations and stories among educators with a mentor/coach to gain a deeper understanding of ourselves
Learn more and register for this free event.