Building Self-Esteem in Young Children
EDUC X 312.11
Learn strategies to create a classroom environment that supports the development of healthy social and emotional development and a positive sense of self in children.
What you can learn.
- Learn how to support healthy social and emotional development and a positive sense of self in young children
- Understand the role of interpersonal relationships in the classroom that impact self-esteem
- Support development of self-actualization in young children
About this course:Designed to help teachers understand how a child's interpersonal growth in the context of his/her interpersonal relationships develops a sense of self and self-esteem. Learn strategies to create a classroom environment that supports the development of a positive self-image in children. Applies toward Title 22 Regulations and Title 5 Child Development Permits and is an elective course for both the Early Childhood Lead Teacher Certificate and/or Early Childhood Administration Certificates.
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