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Supporting Young Children’s Self-Regulation: A Full Day Institute with Dr. Susan Hopkins 8:30 am
Supporting Young Children’s Self-Regulation: A Full Day Institute with Dr. Susan Hopkins @ Amici's Banquet And Conference Centre
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Supporting Young Children’s Self-Regulation: A Full Day Institute with Dr. Susan Hopkins, Executive Director of Stuart Shanker’s Organization, the MEHRIT Centre (TMC) The morning presentation looks specifically at the early years through the lens of self-regulation, stress and early relationships, and how self-reg can help children deal successfully with these challenges and begin to learn how to manage these new stresses on their own. The afternoon presentation looks at the connection between resilience and self-regulation and how self-reg strategies can be used to protect and enhance resilience in children. This event is hosted by the Early Childhood Community Development Centre (ECCDC).
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Learning and Education: Living in Niagara Working Session 1:00 pm
Learning and Education: Living in Niagara Working Session @ Niagara Falls Public Library - LaMarsh Room
Jan 29 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Community partners are invited to join Niagara Connects for one or more of 12 working sessions in January, 2019 to review and modernize the Indicators and Measures for each Living in Niagara report Sector. The Living in Niagara – 2017 report was released 1 year ago. Now is the time to begin building the 2020 version! The report weaves data and knowledge together, to describe quality of life across the 12 Living in Niagara Sectors. The Sectors align with the Social Determinants of Health; their combined data provides a holistic picture of socio-economic progress in Niagara. Report construction methodology has evolved since its inception in 2008. Indicators and Measures in the 2020 report will be updated to reflect current practice and new knowledge within each Sector. A region that offers many opportunities for its citizens to learn and engage in education provides a measure of the health of the area. Work, creativity, prosperity and health are all linked to education and literacy. Read more about the Learning and Education Sector here.
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