Social and Emotional Development: How it survives and grows in a new form

Learn to support the social and emotional development of children, their families, and providers during a pandemic in this training, which offers resources, tips for building stronger bonds, and emphasizes the importance of self-care and self-compassion.

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Course description

This training focuses on supporting social and emotional develop during a pandemic of the children, their families, and the provider. Providers are encouraged to learn new skills. Children are indeed missing out on opportunities to develop social and emotional skills due to social distancing from peers, the opportunity exists to develop new capacities. Resources and tips are used during this training to help providers create stronger bonds and connections with their children and families. Providers will learn how important it is to also practice self-care that includes self-compassion.

Course materials

This course does not have accompanying materials.

Social and Emotional Development: How it survives and grows in a new form

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Social and Emotional Development: How it survives and grows in a new form

“As a Licensed-Exempt Child Care Provider, the pilot METC apprenticeship program has helped me a lot. I have been able to complete all my classes and apply for the additional 20% increase while I was waiting to become licensed. I now know how the process works because of the information received in this program. I’m so grateful for these classes, and the time my mentor took to make sure I was on the right track. I really appreciate this program, and I hope other providers will get the opportunity and experience that I got from METC.”
Claudette Sarpong
Pilot Apprenticeship Mentee
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