With the rapidly expanding increase of knowledge about how the brain grows and develops, early childhood educators can align developmentally appropriate lessons with critical periods. The development of vision, language, emotions, and intelligence are explored.
The human brain is biologically organized for speaking not for reading. Using new findings from neuroscience, educators can support young developing brains to become reading brains. Strategies that have been substantiated by neurological studies will be shared. A brief, non-technical overview of early brain development will be included. The foundation for reading begins at birth!
Course Details:Early Childhood
Fee (nonmembers): $175
Fee (TXASCD members): $150
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
To Schedule, Call: 512.565.4755