Masterclass 7: Infants and Toddlers: Meeting Their Attachment, Social-Emotional and Behavioural Learning Needs in ECEC Settings

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This brand-new masterclass has been specifically developed for Early Childhood Educators wishing to or currently working with children aged 0-3.

Join Dr Kaylene Henderson, Child Psychiatrist and member of the Australian Association for Infant Health, as she explores the topics of early attachment and development, along with practical tips for applying these important principles with our youngest learners.

Discover early brain development in the critical first three years; Learn about attachment theory, ‘serve-and-return’ interactions and practical ways to respond to the emotional needs of infants and toddlers. And finally, explore practical tips for promoting language, emotional and behavioural learning within nursery and toddler room settings.

These first few years are critical for building healthy foundations for lifelong wellbeing, development and learning. Given the importance of this early life stage, it is vital that our infants and toddlers in early years centres receive high quality care, provided by dedicated and informed educators, like you. Register now and receive ongoing access to this invaluable resource.

Want to learn more?

Dr Kaylene Henderson is passionate about sharing practical, research based advice to help you feel more calm and confident while raising kind, resilient and socially and emotionally healthy children.

Click here to find out more about her acclaimed, research based online course series for parents, Raising Good Kids: Managing Behaviour and Emotions that you can watch on your iPad, smart phone or computer from anywhere in the world.

And here for the corresponding course series for early childhood professionals, Raising Good Kids: Managing Behaviour and Emotions in Early Childhood Care and Education Settings.