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Best Practices for Promoting Development: Birth to Age Three
Tuesday, August 14, 2018 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Presented by Sally Goldberg, Ph.D., Early Childhood Educator
Sponsored by Gryphon House
In this edWebinar, explore what babies, toddlers and twos are accomplishing during each age and stage, and how targeted interaction and play can foster development along the way.
In this event, Sally Goldberg, Ph.D. shows how to:
- Describe what a child is like from these five points of view: cognitive, motor, social, language and self-esteem
- Determine if a child is functioning at, below or above the norm for each area
- Plan for child-appropriate activities for either intervention, interest or enrichment
- Know how to play birth to three activities in fun, positive and supportive ways
The activities Dr. Goldberg shares are based on her new, research-based play-and-learn book, Fun Baby Learning Games.
All early childhood educators are encouraged to learn how to promote development during the years from birth to age three from a research-based point of view. Viewers will come away with information about development and the knowledge of appropriate activities.
About the Presenter
Sally Goldberg, Ph.D. is a professor of education, a book author, and magazine writer. She worked for many years as an instructor of early childhood education on the adjunct faculties of Nova Southeastern University, Barry University, and the University of Phoenix. Dr. Goldberg was the first parenting expert featured on FOX TV’s “Parent to Parent” segment. Well-known for her tools and strategies for self-esteem development, she was a national conference presenter and a frequent guest on TV and radio. Dr. Goldberg has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree from Cornell University and a Ph.D. from the University of Miami. Learn more about her online at www.earlychildhoodnews.net.
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