Understanding Temperament: Implications for Working with Young Children 

Date(s) - Monday, August 14, 2017
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Abilities Network
8503 LaSalle RdTowson, Maryland 21286

In this training, participants will learn the definition of temperament and its nine traits, the three main types of temperament and the term, ‘goodness of fit.’ Through partner discussions, chart activities and case scenarios, participants will actively investigate the best ways to create an environment that will allow for differences in temperament. Temperament as it relates to children with special needs will be explored along with strategies to encourage peer-modeling and the building of social skills.

Core of Knowledge Area 3 hours: Child Development (2 hours) & Special Needs (1 hour); Level: Intermediate

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