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Infant & Toddler Best Practice - Understanding Infant/Toddler Temperament


Event Description

Through lecture, video, group discussion, & small group activity, participants will further deepen their understanding of the 9 characteristics and 3 types of temperament, how they are displayed in infants/toddlers and how temperaments may impact goodness of fit. Participants will explore care teaching strategies suited to types of temperament.


Sessions / Training Location Info


Session Being Hosted At:
Child Focus Training Center - 4633 Aicholtz Road Cincinnati 45244 Clermont (directions)

Instructor(s)

Linda Danford

Event Information

Contact Hours 2.50
Training approved for OA-L1
Registration deadline May 15, 2019
Number of open seats 22
Event Owner 4C Cincinnati
Sponsor Phone (513) 758-1301

Topic Areas

Target Audience Classroom Staff / Teacher,Family Child Care
Age Groups related to content Infants,Toddlers
Core Knowledge Area N/A
Child Development Associate Area To support social and emotional development and to provide positive guidance
Early Learning and Development Standards Social-Emotional Development
Assessment Type Reflection
Small group activity
Individual activity

Objectives

Objective:

At the end of this session the participant will be able to define temperament.

 
Core Knowledge Document: Ohio's Early Childhood Core Knowledge and Competencies *REVISED*
 
Area: Child Growth and Development
 
Subgroup: Developmental Process
 
Competency: 1.4 Describes children's developmental levels in relation to age-appropriate norms and how children develop at different rates and in different ways.
Objective:

At the end of this session the participant will be able to explain one temperamental trait and how it impacts Goodness of Fit.

 
Core Knowledge Document: Ohio's Early Childhood Core Knowledge and Competencies *REVISED*
 
Area: Child Growth and Development
 
Subgroup: Nurturing Relationships
 
Competency: 1.1 Describes ways to engage in safe and responsive relationships with each child to support development and learning considering gender, culture, language, family and environment.
Objective:

At the end of this session participants will be able to list three characteristics and care teacher practices for 3 types of temperament.

 
Core Knowledge Document: Ohio's Early Childhood Core Knowledge and Competencies *REVISED*
 
Area: Child Growth and Development
 
Subgroup: Developmental Process
 
Competency: 1.4 Describes children's developmental levels in relation to age-appropriate norms and how children develop at different rates and in different ways.

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