Define childhood trauma from birth to 6 and the behaviors children can display in the classroom environment. Discover strategies and how to interact with children to support their social-emotional development. Examine how to support the families you serve by providing resources that help families learn how to support their child facing trauma. This Training will be offered online as a web-based training through a Zoom platform.
KCF: II.C: Promoting Social and Emotional Development
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Tiffany Grant is a former family childcare provider and K-readiness teacher. Tiffany had the great opportunity of working with a team of professionals to build her previous program from the ground. Tiffany became a trainer for Think Small in March of 2020 and brings 14 years of experience working in early childhood settings, assisting in curriculum development, training, coaching, and program development. Tiffany received her BS Degree in early childhood studies from Metropolitan State University. She values advocacy and spends her free time serving on committees that support the development of children and family.
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