- May 18 2023
- 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Strategies to Nurture a Child’s Developing Mind
In this practical course, I will be sharing the latest research on brain development, how a child’s brain is wired, and how it matures. The latest discoveries of neuroscience help us to better understand children’s behaviours – their thoughts, tantrums and emotions. The focus of this course is to introduce the concept of cognitive abilities such as impulse control, reason, problem-solving, working memory, and the cognitive flexibility. By applying these discoveries to everyday parenting/teaching, we can turn any outbreak, clash, or fear into a chance to integrate a child’s brain and foster vital growth.
As a Registered Clinical Counsellor and School Psychologist, Ramina Khusnutdinova specializes in early child development. She’s devoted to understanding how children’s brains evolve as they grow up and how the environment and genetics influence that transition. Graduated with a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology, worked in schools, mental health institutions and she has experience in parental guiding and in coaching educators.
Suitable for school age and early learning professionals and parents.
Pro D certificate: Yes, 2 hours.
Online Registration link: https://anc.ca.apm.activecommunities.com/ygv/activity/search/detail/3344?onlineSiteId=0&from_original_cui=true
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