The aim of this session is to build on previously acquired child development knowledge and to develop a
secure understanding of the need for a progressive and sequential curriculum to support this.
By the end of the session, delegates will have had the opportunity to:
- Enhance and develop knowledge of child development patterns, sequences, and milestones. (Sheridan 2014)
- Identify the links between brain development research and the importance of quality interaction between adults and children in an early education setting or home-based setting.
- Consider how the learning environment (the third teacher) impacts on the emotional wellbeing of babies and children
- Discuss a range of activities, experiences and resources that will support children’s development effectively
- Aimed at
Early Education practitioners
- Date and time
Wednesday 8 February, 6.30pm - 8.30pm.
£10. (Course cost subsided by the Early Years’ Service to encourage participation and improve skills and knowledge across the workforce)
- Delivery method
- Online via Zoom