Emotional Regulation and Early Childhood Learning
9 places available
Start: Wednesday 27 May 2020 - 6.00pm
Finish: Wednesday 27 May 2020 - 7.00pm
Location : SSTUWA and TLN online learning space
About the course
The SSTUWA, in partnership with TLN in Melbourne, are pleased to offer this online learning opportunity for early
Young children learning how to regulate their emotions, with self-regulation and impulse control is important for all learning. Adults can overestimate the emotional skills of young children, so a better understanding of self-regulation provides insight into children’s learning and behaviour, especially in relation to the impact of trauma.
Delivery method: Live online event
The event will be one hour in duration and consist of live delivery of content at the specified time by a presenter and a host. You will also have an opportunity to interact with other participants and engage with the presenter online. Completing this course will contribute to one hour of professional learning and a certificate will be provided at the end of the session.
About the hosts
Teacher Learning Network (TLN)
TLN is a Melbourne based, not-for-profit professional development provider supported by the Australian Education Union Victoria Branch and the Independent Education Union Victoria/Tasmania Branch. SSTUWA will be your major source of communication before the online event. Prior to the live event, SSTUWA will email you detailed instructions about how to access the online training space. TLN will then provide immediate telephone support just before the event begins on the day, and during the training if required.
$ 40 : Members
$ 80 : Non-Members
Early Childhood Educators
• Stable internet connection
• Laptop/desktop computer
• Earphones or headphones (optional)
Professional Standards for Teachers in Western Australia
This training relates to the following standards :
Standard 1 – Know students and how they learn
Standard 4 – Create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments
Standard 6 – Engage in professional learning