In this course, you will :
- In practise, use social emotional learning through play.
- Determine how we learn by playing.
- In relation to social-emotional learning, demonstrate strategies to support a child's learning through play.
- Explain the difference between mental health psychosocial support and social emotional learning.
- Showcase your mitigation strategies.
- Identify the difficulties that children may face when transitioning from remote learning/homes to in-person/schools during a crisis.
- Create routines to maintain a sense of normalcy during rapid transitions and changes.
- Use strategies to collaborate with other adults in order to create consistency throughout a child's social-ecological system.
- Explain why children need adults to be happy.
- Showcase stress management techniques such as mindfulness, individual and social strategies.
- Investigate the various stages of brain development and the effects of crisis on their social, emotional, and cognitive development.
- Early childhood psychosocial support should be provided to children.
- Create their own age-appropriate activities to assist children in crisis.
- Foundations of Learning through Play
- Importance of MHPSS / SEL in Crisis
- Adult Wellbeing
- Age sensitive SEL knowledge and activities
- Coping with Changes and Transitions