Building Self-Esteem in Young Children
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 Basic and/or Advanced Core Certificates.
Summer 2020 Schedule
These courses are fully online and have no regular meeting times.
Click here to purchase the course reader: https://ucla.redshelf.com/book/940718
Please note that while late enrollment into a course is acceptable up to four days after the course start date, it is the responsibility of each student to acquire all required books and course materials by the time they are needed in the course. Internet access required. Materials required.