Early childhood development and Brain architecture.

Overview

Early childhood development and Brain architecture; the importance of early experiences and relationships in shaping the emotional wellbeing and future development of babies and toddlers in early years and childcare settings.

Course description

This professional development event will promote and encourage reflection and discussion of scientific research, child development and supporting best practice of practitioners working with babies and 2 year olds. The day will provide the opportunity to make links and connect the importance of earliest child development and support practitioners to gain enhanced knowledge and understanding.

Session aims;

  • To extend participants understanding of the importance of healthy brain development on future outcomes for children.
  • To explore the EYFS Characteristics of Learning and how these can be understood in the light of early child development.
  • To consider key messages in research and recent reports on the vital importance of early child development and early experiences.

This 0ne day course has been recently run at a London University where some of the participants said;

  • The session firmly set in my mind Brain architecture and how practitioners must be aware of it in order to fully support children.
  • Expectations met fully and beyond.

Minimum 10, Maximum 30 participants.

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