Work Through Challenging Behavior Using Learning Stories5.0 average rating (2 reviews)
Since Learning Stories always focus on strengths, it is often assumed that they cannot serve as a tool to address challenging behaviors. But, Learning Stories can, in fact, help us reflect on and devise strategies to support challenging behavior.
Talking to Families About Noticing Learning - Allyson Montana
This webinar, lead by Allyson Montana, explores ways to talk to parents about noticing learning - it's not just about letters and numbers, and play is not just play. It's about learning rich activities, and it's about sharing the continuing learning
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Getting Beyond One-Way Communication - Re-imagining Family Engagement
In this webinar, you'll learn how to getting Beyond One-Way Communication. Re-imagining Family Engagement
Observing & Responding to Play Using Learning Stories (Series)3 Courses
In this webinar series, Dr. Sarah Aiono will share ways to use the observations made and subsequent learning stories constructed as children play, to intentionally respond in ways that assist your children to develop as learners.
Play & Learning Stories #3: Dispositions and Social-Emotional Skills
In this webinar, we'll learn about seeing opportunities in play to recognize opportunities develop learning dispositions and social-emotional skills, using Learning Stories to think through an appropriate teaching response.