Calming the Storm: Supporting Children Through Challenging Behaviors | March 6, 2021


 


 

 

Quality Early Learning Starts Here

Training and Tools to Elevate the Early Childhood Experience

 


Calming the Storm: Supporting Children Through Challenging Behaviors

In this online course, examine several common behavioral challenges that children experience in early childhood, as well as factors that contribute to their development. Explore strategies to assist children in working through strong emotions and developing healthy responses to frustrations to give children the tools to succeed in learning and in life!

KCF: II.C: Promoting Social and Emotional Development

 

Saturday, March 6, 2021

  • 11:00am – 1:00pm CST

 


Trainer:

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Stacy Boysen

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Stacy Boysen’s enthusiasm for early childhood education spans over 23 years and includes the roles of family child education and care provider and professional development educator. Stacy provides engaging and creative in-person and online education events to encourage, educate, and inspire early childhood professionals in everything from positive behavior guidance and the value of play to child health and safety and educator self-care.

Stacy’s educational background includes an MA in Family Life Education and BA in Child Development from Concordia University. She has authored over 20 online and face-to-face workshops and spoken at many events throughout the state of Minnesota including early childhood conferences, associations, centers, and schools. She serves is an advocate for the child care profession and a mentor for individual child care providers.

Stacy is a life-long learner and believes that the world is full of wonder for any age. She is committed to promoting high-quality early care and education and professionalism in the field by inspiring early childhood professionals as they embrace their amazing and essential role of educating the future!

 


Important Registration Details

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To register a group please email events@thinksmallinstitute.org, or call 651.641.3549.


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