This training provides examples from early childhood classrooms to illustrate the four defining features of supportive social learning, an alternative approach to discipline: teachers appreciate all perspectives and include everyone in creating a sense of community, relationships-in-community take precedence over other agendas, teacher sees children as capable of overcoming problems and being socially successful, and teacher enters interactions with a questioning posture and commitment to conversation.
This course has been approved by MSDE Early Childhood Division approval number CKO-380. Subject Area: 3 Cur
There is a minimum enrollment of 5 students in order for this class to proceed.
|9 - Johns Hopkins University MCC, Building 3 Suite 127||Aug/19/2015 04:00 am||Aug/19/2015 04:00 am|
|Location:||Johns Hopkins University MCC, Building 3 Suite 127|
|Address:||9605 Medical Center Drive, Rockville, MD 20850|
|Notes:||Class time: 6:45 pm-9:45 pm-DOORS ARE LOCKED, NO LATE ARRIVALS-H&H Childcare is not related to or affiliated with the Johns Hopkins University in any way. H&H Childcare is an entirely separate legal entity with no connection to the Johns Hopkins University. Parking is free.|
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