Soluciones Positivas - Sesión 4

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Offered by: 
Early ChildhoodParent Programs

Description

En esta sesión vamos a:

  • Definir el concepto de vocabulario emocional.
  • Identificar palabras de sentimientos e identificar formas efectivas de enseñar vocabulario de sentimientos.
  • Demostrar el uso de libros para apoyar el vocabulario emocional y el desarrollo socioemocional.
  • Identificar cómo la técnica de la tortuga se puede utilizar para hacer frente a los sentimientos de ira y decepción.
  • Aprender a como enseñar habilidades de resolución de problemas.

In this session we will:

  • Define the concept of emotional vocabulary.
  • Identify feeling words and identify effective ways to teach feeling vocabulary.
  • Demonstrate the use of books to support emotional vocabulary and social-emotional development.
  • Identify how the turtle technique can be used to cope with feelings of anger and disappointment.
  • Learn how to teach problem-solving skills.

Please note that this workshop is facilitated in Spanish.
 

Audience and Grade Level

Parents of children birth - 5

Date and Location

  • October 26, 2019, 11:00am - 1:00pm, Grace Episcopal Church, Amherst (Register by Oct 23)

Registration

The workshop is free! Advance registration is required to attend, using the form on the right side of the page.

Childcare

Free childcare is available at all Puzzle of Parenting Workshops. If you need childcare, please indicate the number of children and their ages in the "Additional Needs" box when you register.

Instructor(s)

  • Photo of Emily Koester

    Emily Koester, M.Ed, has over 25 years of experience working with children and families in both schools and the community. As the former CPC Coordinator in Gill-Montague, Emily may be a familiar face for those in Franklin County. With a background in special education, she has taught in an integrated preschool, and also worked as a bi-lingual (Spanish) Early Intervention Developmental Specialist.

  • Francia Wisnewski photo

    Francia Wisnewski has a strong and varied background in education. She has taught in South America and possesses broad experience in developing educational programs for early literacy and Early Childhood, family support, outreach and community engagement.

  • Rossana Salazar photo

    Rossana Salazar is an Early Childhood educator for Latino Families. One of her areas of expertise is comprehensive child care and Early Childhood stimulation. She is an RN, has a Masters in Public Health in the specialty of Community Health Education, and a Graduate Certificate in Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies from the University of Massachusetts.

For more information, contact:
Position: 
Administrative Assistant
Phone: 
413.586.4900 x5568
Email: 
ebouvier@collaborative.org

Additional Information

Delays or cancellations are posted on this website, and details are also available by calling 413.586.4900 option 3. Please check after 6:30am for morning events, and 3:00pm for evening events.