Developing Self-Regulation through Play
SOCIAL EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Thursday, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Growing neuroscience evidence shows self-regulation (S-R) is one of the strongest predictors of school and life success–enabling children to focus, and think flexibly and creatively. Without S-R, children have difficulty taking another’s perspective and developing social skills. We will focus on current brain research, the Vygotskian approach, and how play fosters Executive Function development.
Presented with Deborah Leong | Tools of the Mind