Baby Love 2: Understanding Infant & Toddler Behavior (24)

Course Number
CS01: 02_EN_24
Overview

Description: Building on the content from Baby Love 1: Responding to the Social Emotional Needs of Infants and Toddlers, this PLC takes a deeper dive into the strategies for understanding the behavior of very young children. Why do babies act the way they do? How do we know what to do when that behavior difficult or confusing? Through this PLC, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on the unique development of infants and toddlers, and also learn strategies for preventing and addressing challenging behavior.   

Objective

Overall Learning Objectives:
Participants will:

  • Reflect on the essential role relationships play in supporting infant and toddlers social emotional development;
  • Gain knowledge in the ways infant and toddler development effects behavior;
  • Collect and use data in order to better understand infant and toddler behavior;
  • Utilize strategies for preventing challenging behavior;
  • Utilize strategies for addressing challenging behavior.
Course Hours
6.00

Scheduled Event(s) for this Course
REQUIRES REGISTRATION Overview

Your registration is pending and dependent upon confirmation that you have completed the required course Baby Love 1: Responding to the Social Emotional Needs of Infants and Toddlers

Target program type(s): Group Child Care (GCC), Family Child Care (FCC)

Target audience: Teachers, FCC Providers

PLC Address: VIRTUAL-ONLINE 
ZOOM PLATFORM

Does this training apply to diverse learners? Yes 

This PLC can be used to fulfill the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care's required hours of professional development that address diverse learners.

All participants must be registered in order to receive EEC Training Hours for their participation.




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