When Teachers Face Themselves


Traditionally, early childhood teachers are taught strategies as some type of tools or a “quick fix” to control children’s behaviors. This presentation is based on understanding how we filter our understanding of discipline through emotional memory of punishment – how we perceive children’s behaviors in connection with how we remember being treated as young children. Self-reflection about what makes us adults tick emotionally is critical in helping children manage their own feelings.

This discussion challenges early childhood teachers to reflect on their own emotional histories and find strategies for responding to children in ways that support their emotional health and development.

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This is a LIVE ONLINE session, where participants will connect to Zoom. Instructions to connect are provided in a PDF which you will be prompted to download upon completion of your registration. 

Q – I don’t have a zoom account, can I still participate?
A – Yes. You do not need a zoom account, you can simply connect using the instructions provided upon completion of your registration. 

Q – I can’t make that time, can I still watch the session? 
A – Yes. Although live attendance is definitely recommended (it is a great opportunity to feel connected!), we understand that you may not be able to make it along – things happen! Please contact us if you miss the session and we can provide you with the recording.

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Event Details

Start date: September 08, 2020

End date: September 08, 2020

Start time: 10:00 a.m. AEST

End time: 10:45 a.m. AEST