Instructor: Amanda Harding
Nevada Registry Approved Hours: 2.0
Core Knowledge Area: Human Growth and Development
Description: Perspective Taking is the skill of seeing things as others see them. Perspective Taking begins in infancy and is important to adjusting to school and to the prevention of conflict. Join us to learn everyday ways to promote Perspective Taking and help prepare children for school, friends and life.
1.Understand that the Life Skill of Perspective Taking calls on Executive Functions.
2.Recognize that the Life Skill of Perspective Taking originates in infancy and emerges in children over time.
3.Learn how to apply perspective taking strategies.
Each professional development session offered by The Children’s Cabinet utilizes a knowledge check to ensure that our participants understand our training objectives and our instructors are providing a comprehensive learning experience. You can expect to receive a three question quiz or test at the end of each training. If you have questions or concerns, or need additional information about this process, feel free to contact the Professional Development Training Coordinator at 702-825-8978
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