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ONLINE – Supporting Social-Emotional Skills in Early Childhood

September 11, 2023 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

- Free
Learn about supporting young children to develop social-emotional skills in your classroom.

This class will take place online on Zoom. Please see the FAQ below for more information.

Join Kristin Miller, M.Ed, to learn how to support developing social-emotional skills in your classroom!

Do you work with young children and want to provide them the highest quality of care?

Providers will be equipped with practical, reliable, and engaging strategies to generate overall understanding for early childhood development during the formative years. Participants will be equipped with research-based knowledge, based on Maslow’s and Erikson’s psychological theories, to build understanding of what social and emotional growth is and looks like in early childhood and how children’s brains work to develop these skills. We will discuss high quality classroom environments which foster social and emotional development, teaching strategy practices that provide developmentally appropriate learning activities to support these skills, effective teacher-child interactions, and developmental milestones and screener tools to help learn how to accommodate all infant and toddler social and emotional needs in our classrooms.


Will I get a certificate for attending the class?

Yes. We will email certificates within a few days of your class. If you don’t receive a certificate within a few days, please email registration@georgetownproject.org.

How do I use Zoom?

Please read our Zoom Info & Tips sheet here.

How will I get the Zoom link?

Eventbrite will send a confirmation message and reminder messages that include the link to the online event page. You will be able to start the Zoom workshop by clicking the link.

Other questions?

Feel free to email registration@georgetownproject.org. We’re happy to help!