Fri, Feb 18 | Live Zoom Webinar with Raelene Ostberg

Part 1: Encouraging Emotional Intelligence In Early Childhood

Emotional Intelligence is critical to maintain control of impulses, self-regulate, understanding feelings, and know what to do about those feelings!
Part 1: Encouraging Emotional Intelligence In Early Childhood

Date and Time

Feb 18, 2022, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Live Zoom Webinar with Raelene Ostberg

Event Details

*YOU CHOOSE - Take Part 1 or Part 2 or both for a huge discount (and a toolbox FULL of strategies!)  In the series, you will increase children’s capacity to identify feelings, calm big emotions, resolve conflicts, empathize, and get along well with others.

During this engaging live online webinar, you will

  • Define emotional intelligence and identify typical emotional development milestones from birth to eight years old. 
  • Identify hands-on activities, books, and other resources to help build social and emotional skills. 
  • Learn emotion-coaching strategies to help children through difficult moments and maintain a supportive environment while you build children’s ability to self-regulate and manage big feelings. 

If you need any assistance registering or have questions,  simply reach out to Krista, Administrative Director at: admin@thriving-together.com 

We hope you can join us for this fun and informative learning opportunity!

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Part 1: Encouraging Emotional Intelligence In Early Childhood (February 18 from 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm)

Define emotional intelligence and identify typical emotional development milestones from birth to eight years old. Identify hands-on activities, books, and other resources to help build social and emotional skills. Learn emotion-coaching strategies to help children through difficult moments and maintain a supportive environment while you build children’s ability to self-regulate and manage big feelings.

KCF Area II.C: Promoting Social and Emotional Development (2 Hours)

Part 2: Building the Social-Emotional Intelligence Needed to Empathize, Perspective -Take, and Get Along Well with Others (February 25 from 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm)

Explore children’s social-emotional development in the context of relationships from birth to age eight. Identify strategies to promote emotional intelligence in relationships, including children’s capacity to identify other’s feelings, discern emotional cues, show understanding and empathy, and use helpful responses during conflicts. Gain methods to develop caring and compassionate children who can both tune into what others are feeling and know what to do about it. The tools learned will help the young children you care for build friendships, problem-solve, and build healthy relationships with others.

KCF Area II.C: Promoting Social and Emotional Development (2 Hours)

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FAQ:

  • Are the emotional intelligence trainings approved in Develop? YES! All of our courses, whether live, on-demand, or in person, are approved by Develop/MNCPD-Achieve.
  • How long does Develop entry take? Develop entry occurs within 1 business day after you finish the course survey.
  • Do you offer a discount for groups? Yes! If you sign up five or more, we give an additional 10% of the series rate.

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You will also LOVE the  online learning experience! 100% of attendees recommended this webinar!

Participant Feedback:

  • "The presenter presents the content in a clear and understandable, digestible manner. The content is relevant and you can start using things you learned the next day." - Jessamy S., Childcare Provider
  • "Great tools and examples that fit with what we do everyday and helps the children with their emotions." - Britney L., Childcare Provider
  • "Definitely worth the time." - Mary F., Childcare Provider
  • "It was helpful and explained tangible ways to navigate emotions."
  • "Love all the resources provided!"
  • "...The 2 hours went by so quickly...I would gladly have signed on to do another session or even 2 on this topic. It's so VERY important and timely."
  • "LOVED THIS!!"

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Technology Information

Worried about the tech?

  • If you are new to Zoom Webinars, we can set up a time, prior to the day of the webinar, to go over any questions or concerns you might have. Simply reach out to Krista, Administrative Director at: admin@thriving-together.com
  • Join us for a free 10 minute "ZOOM Webinar Essentials" to help you get to know the online environment and get the most out of your learning experience!  Simply join your classroom 15 minutes prior to the webinar.
  • To find out more about this wonderful online learning format, view this video!

These interactive live webinars are offered through Zoom Webinar.  You simply need

  • Download the "Zoom Client for Meetings" App at https://zoom.us/download
  • An internet connection – broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE)
  • Speakers – built-in or USB plug-in or wireless Bluetooth (you will not need a webcam or microphone as you will not be seen or heard)  - To find out more about this wonderful online learning format, view this video!

You will not be seen or heard, so you do not need a microphone or video/webcam capability. Mostly just an internet connected device (works great on desk top, lap top, or tablet/Ipad!)

During this live, easy and engaging learning format, you will

  • Have fun learning while you gain useful strategies you can use today with the young children you care for.
  • Hear an engaging live presentation by Raelene Ostberg, Master Trainer and Founder of Thriving Together, on a live webcam with an insightful powerpoint presentation.
  • Participate in interactive polls, chats, and a problem-solving session.
  • Lower your stress, increase your success, and enhance your joy while caring for young children
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