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How Stress Affects Child Behavior | May 19, 2021




Quality Early Learning Starts Here

Training and Tools to Elevate the Early Childhood Experience


How Stress Affects Child Behavior

Children live in a stressful world. During this online class, learn to analyze child misbehavior in light of a child’s experiences, environment and stress reactions. Learn to promote and support positive social and emotional development. Change child and adult behavior using strategies that help stressed-out humans change behavior, including calming techniques and self-regulation.

KCF: II.C: Promoting Social and Emotional Development


Wednesday, May 19, 2021

  • 6:30pm – 8:30pm (Central Standard Time)



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Sharon Kaniess

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Sharon Kaniess holds a Masters of Education and has been teaching in early childhood classrooms for over 35 years.  A long-time trainer for Think Small, she is also an author of the book, Top 20 Parents: Raising Happy, Responsible and Emotionally Healthy Children.  As a musician and singer, she has performed, toured and recorded.


Important Registration Details

Minnesota attendees: A Develop account and ID number is required to receive training credit for attending this event. If you do not have an account, please see these instructions for help creating one. If you already have an account, you will find your Individual ID number on the right side of the summary page of your Personal Profile after signing in.

Please make sure to review our training policy here.

Registration closes 3 days prior to training date.

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

This event is fully booked.