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S/he Hit Me First: Learn Proactive Solutions to Teach Social Emotional Skills through Daily Conflict
Thursday, April 21, 2016 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Presented by Jill Molli, M.A., Educator, Keynote Speaker, Instructor for Conscious Discipline
Sponsored by Frog Street Press
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Take daily conflicts with children and between children (hitting, tattling, name calling) and turn these moments into opportunities to teach missing social and emotional skills. Teachers and caregivers report encountering more and more children with lowered abilities to self-regulate, tolerate frustration, and interact well with others. The amount of aggression ending in retaliation and revenge in many programs and homes is on the rise, both in quantity and intensity. This workshop explored the relationship between personal loss and aggression/violence/revenge in the classroom and home, and offer proactive solutions for teachers and parents to start implementing immediately.
Viewers will learn to:
- Use tattling to teach assertiveness, use tantrums to teach self-control, and use aggression to teach helpful communication skills.
- Recognize children’s calls for help and/or love.
- Develop new skills to transform opposition into cooperation and create teaching moments.
- Create an environment in which children can maintain their dignity.
- Identify structures to add to the home or classroom to help start the healing process.
Jill Molli has the uncanny ability to help people laugh and learn at the same time. Her past position in a Title 1 elementary school offered her opportunities to apply Dr. Bailey’s Conscious Discipline® in a school setting and her own family offers her constant real-life experiences to share with her audiences. She has a Master’s Degree in Counseling, a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education and 22 years of working with children with behavior struggles. Jill was selected as a Loving Guidance Associate because of her no-nonsense ability to get to the heart of a situation and her commitment to living Loving Guidance principles at school and at home. She is an entertaining, motivating and heart-felt presenter.
Frog Street is dedicated to continually improving programs and products based on current research and input from early childhood classroom educators and caregivers.
- Thursday, April 21, 2016
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
- Event Tags:
- aggression, bullying, early childhood, early learning, emotional skills, social emotional skills, social skills
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