The Subtle Teacher: Nonverbal Communication in the Classroom IN Baltimore MD - 03/15/2024 - #4467

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Course description:

Communication development for young children includes gaining the skills to understand and express thoughts, feelings, and information. Early childhood educators must understand that children communicate in a variety of ways and in order to support communication development, educators must include various types of communication in their practice. When educators include nonverbal communication in their interactions with children, they are able to address the needs of various learning styles, ages, abilities, and cultures. Learning strategies to incorporate
nonverbal communication in their practice, educators will be able to enhance the educational experience for a wide range of learners. In this 2-hour Zoom training, participants will be able to:
● Identify the importance of a variety of forms of communication.
● List examples of child engagement in nonverbal communication.
● Identify strategies for nonverbal communication.

Primary Teacher:
Susan Lichtman
Secondary Teacher:
Shauna Bastian

Session Info:
Location Start End
145 - Hampden Christian School Mar/15/2024 01:30 pm ESTMar/15/2024 03:30 pm EST
$25 non-refundable
Hampden Christian School
1234 W 36th St, Baltimore, MD 21211
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This is an On-Site Training for staff members at Hampden Christian School.

Central Library
400 Cathedral Street
Baltimore, MD

The class will start promptly at 1:30PM. Please be prepared to participate in the class by contributing to large and small group discussions, engaging in activities prepared by the trainer, and answering questions posed by the trainer.

At the end of the class, all participants will take an assessment based on the information presented.

**No refunds for missed class**
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