The primary ingredient of quality in early learning settings begins with the everyday interactions we share with one another. These simple and ordinary moments that take place during daily routines form the foundation for connection, learning, and growing for young children and adults alike.
Throughout this series, early learning professionals will engage with the Everyday Interactions Matter (EIM) approach through a process of careful observation, discussion, and self-reflection. EIM is designed to support early learning professionals, including owners, directors, and educators, in examining the everyday moments that make up their days and sharing elements of their practice with peers. Through this strengths-based process, professionals can recognize and build upon powerful moments of connection, sharing, growing, and belonging in everyday interactions.
Date and Time: Thursdays, January 12 – February 9, 2023 | 6 – 7:15 p.m.
Where: All sessions are virtual.
Instructors: Sarah Grubb, Allison Robison, Diana Schwab
Standards: Seven PQAS hours will be offered.
For questions about the course or credit, contact Allison Hritz at email@example.com.
An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until July 1, 2024