This 4-hour training is on the Language Development & Communication Domain of the ITDG.
Daily exposure to verbal and written language provides infants and toddlers with the opportunities to begin acquiring a basic understanding of the concept of oral language and communication. Through play, children learn to create meaning from language and communicate with others using verbal and non-verbal language, pictures, symbols, and emergent literacy skills, In this 4-hour session, participants will actively explore the Language Development and Communication Domain from the Infant and Toddler Developmental Guidelines (ITDG).
This four-hour session will provide an in-depth examination of the Infant and Toddler Developmental Guidelines Physical and Motor Development Domain, which will lead to the effective planning of quality learning experiences for children birth to three years of age. Through hands-on activities, participants will learn concepts of brain research, child development research, and also gain practical ideas to use in interactions with children from birth through three. Participants will also gain practical ideas that will help to foster children’s gross and fine motor skills in appropriate ways, increase children’s capacity for learning and promote social well-being as well as physical and mental health.
This is a virtual, web-based module training. You must attend the full session to receive credit for the course.
**To receive credit for this training, you will need to register for the event and attend the entire session. After registering, you will receive an email confirmation with a link to join via Microsoft Teams.**