How to help children develop their Self-Confidence? - #1 LMS For The Organizations that Train Adults who Serve Children

How to help children develop their Self-Confidence?

A child’s self-esteem begins to be formed at birth, and continues being created day by day. Self-esteem comes from learning to accept who we are by seeing the insufficiencies and still choosing to like ourselves. Every child’s self-esteem grows with each experience of successful interactions through positive words.source: Discipline for Life: Getting it Right with …

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How to deal with challenging behavior in children? - #1 LMS For The Organizations that Train Adults who Serve Children

How to deal with challenging behavior in children?

Do you want to learn how to support children who are expressing aggressive behavior?   What is aggressive behavior?  Children who are putting themselves or others in danger or those who are regularly damaging property.  First, NO NOT IGNORE WARNING SIGNS…. Children may be struggling with activities, with tasks, or struggling to learn. It is also …

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GCA Professionals: A Lifelong Learning Journey - #1 LMS For The Organizations that Train Adults who Serve Children

GCA Professionals: A Lifelong Learning Journey

We all go down different roads when deciding to become a teacher. Here are some typical stages that one may go through.    This involves preparing individuals to enter into the field of education. These programs are the first form of professional study that individuals complete to enter the teaching profession. These programs typically consist …

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A holistic framework for training adults who serve children - #1 LMS For The Organizations that Train Adults who Serve Children

A holistic framework for training adults who serve children

The holistic nature and shared importance of childhood calls for a comprehensive approach that involves all actors across multiple sectors (Nurturing Care Framework, World Health Organization, 2018). All adults… … including caretakers, educators, health practitioners, entrepreneurs, leaders, judges, social workers, policy makers law enforcement officers, lawyers, and journalists have a role to play in protecting, caring for and serving children.

When the Voice of the Child Must Be Heard - #1 LMS For The Organizations that Train Adults who Serve Children

When the Voice of the Child Must Be Heard

One of the most challenging subjects that early childhood educators deal with is sexual harassment.  There are many issues to consider when thinking about teaching children about violence, especially sexual violence.  Most teachers will tell you how uncomfortable they are talking to children about topics that can be taboo in their culture.  How parents will …

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Artificial intelligence and early childhood professionals - #1 LMS For The Organizations that Train Adults who Serve Children

Artificial intelligence and early childhood professionals

Whether we like it or not, artificial intelligence is almost certainly an inevitability in the future of education. Attempts to design artificially intelligent curriculums for early childhood already exist, such as the MIT-developed “PopBots,” meant to help preschool children interact with social robots to learn AI concepts. However, as research into AI and its application to the education sector expands, we need to consider the readiness of current teachers, and prepare future teachers, for this new reality. 

Protecting Children: Multi-Sectoral Partnerships for Serving Children - #1 LMS For The Organizations that Train Adults who Serve Children

Protecting Children: Multi-Sectoral Partnerships for Serving Children

  A need or a necessity? In children’s development, organizational partnerships—such as those between education, health services, media, etc.—need to work together as a coherent team so that children receive services in alignment rather than in fragments from different organizations. The classical solution of creating multi-organizational committees is no longer sufficient for dealing with the …

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