This course is designed to provide professionals working in the field of early childhood education with a comprehensive understanding of executive functions in young children. Participants will learn about the various components of executive functions, including planning, flexibility, self-regulation, and working memory, and how they relate to child development. The course will also cover strategies for supporting the development of executive functions in young children, including strategies for working with children who have difficulties in these areas. Through a combination of lectures, case studies, and interactive activities, participants will develop the knowledge and skills needed to effectively support the development of executive functions in young children in a variety of settings, including early childhood education, home-based intervention, and community programs. This course is ideal for educators, caregivers, and other professionals working with young children.
An overview of the key principles and practices of the Reggio Emilia approach, including the role of the teacher, the importance of the environment, and the value of children's "hundred languages."
Hands-on activities and case studies that allow participants to apply the principles of the Reggio Emilia approach in a practical setting.
An exploration of the importance of collaboration and communication in the Reggio Emilia classroom, and how to create a supportive and nurturing environment that promotes children's learning and development.