1. Social, emotional, and behavioral learning in young children – In-depth information about the social-emotional and behavioral skills that are learned and developed in the preschool and kindergarten years to be prepared for success in elementary school. This topic will review the important parts of social learning that develop during this time and help providers/educators identify when those skills are not yet emerging and mastered.
2. Social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties in young children -In-depth look at common and more subtle red-flags for intervention. Review interventions that can be implemented in everyday routines and activities to help the child change and develop, as well as discuss how to talk to parents about concerns.
3. Using everyday activities and routines to push social, emotional, and behavioral development – The classroom is a great place to provide interventions and push skill development. This topic identifies ways to use everyday activities to facilitate social learning development in children who struggle.
Presenters: Heather Dukes-Murray, Ph.D. and Meghan Barlow, Ph.D.
CEUs and Professional Development available.