Preschool children are naturally curious. Adults can help children act on this curiosity to develop scientific thinking. While young children do not follow the rigorous procedures of adult scientists, they experiment and try not make sense of the results. Learn strategies to encourage this “preschool scientific method.” This training will be offered online using Zoom.
KCF: II.B: Promoting Cognitive Development
Wednesday, April 7, 2021
Mike Huber, MAEd has dedicated his life to serving children, families, and the field of early childhood. He has been an early childhood teacher since 1992. He is the author of Embracing Rough and Tumble Play: Teaching with the Body in Mind (Redleaf Press, 2016), as well as six picture books including The Amazing Erik (Redleaf Lane, 2014). He is a Master Trainer who has presented to thousands about the importance of big body play for children. He serves on the Board of Directors for Child Care Aware MN and Transforming Families.
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