Co-Regulation as the Path to Self-Regulation, by Dr. Donna Housman and Emily Stone
This webinar is hosted by Early Childhood Investigations
For the past three years, our littlest learners have experienced disruptions to the critical social and emotional learning opportunities they need. Now it is time to double down on your role to support children in the development to be aware of, manage and regulate emotions to deal effectively with stress and anxiety. You can intentionally help children develop self-regulation, not only to manage big emotions but also better regulate their behavior, thinking and learning.
This important webinar will focus on the role you play as a key socializer play in a child’s development of self-regulation and the impact co-regulation has in the classroom. You will learn how to flip the switch to provide children, and ourselves, with the skills we need to move forward. You will explore the process known as co-regulation and how you can develop the positive supportive responsive relationships children need to develop self-regulation.