The POWER of Stories
This session explores the relationship between Evidence-Based Practices and the cognitive and emotional needs of the brain, specifically in the early childhood environment. Many examples of brain based learning will be shared including exploring emotions, turn-taking, visuals, movement, breaks, connecting to background information, having a postive environment and meaningful learning.
In this two hour recorded presentation, Phuong Lien Palafox shares with us the power of Relationships, Stories, Connections and how they can fuel the Early Childhood brain. She discusses how honoring children's culture, background and experiences through stories can be used as a foundation for social emotional learning.
This presentation will only be available for viewing until January 31, 2024, so don't miss out!
This session was part of the Early Childhood's Day of Social Emotional Learning Mini Conference. You may also be interested in Monica Kurtz's session, "Connecting and Reflecting: Early Childhood Trauma".