Category: Ohio Approved
Date: 06/05/23 (Monday)
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
This training course uses immersive virtual reality and experiential learning to create a risk-free environment for child care staff to practice observing and interpreting the behavior of preschool-age children. The course will provide an opportunity to practice understanding what children are trying to tell us when they are not using words to do it. Through the virtual reality experience, participants observe a child actor and “talk” with the child’s “family”(actor) member concerning the child’s behavior. Through inquiry and skills of engagement, participants have the opportunity to come to a deeper understanding of how you inform yourself and how you make decisions.
Shelby – Amos Library
Amos Memorial Public Libray
230 E. North St.
Sidney, OH 45365
Instructor: Adrian Roberson See more trainings by Adrian
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Credit Type: Ohio Approved (Level 1)
CDA Category: H - Child development
Core Content: Learning Environments & Experiences