Training Type: In Person
Total Hours: 1
Reflective Practice for Early Childhood Educators December 5, 2019
How can we prevent and address the vicarious impact that is associated with working with children who are vulnerable and experiencing trauma? Reflective Practice can be used to help Early Education professionals increase self-awareness, engage in self-care and sustain their work in this profession. Reflective Practice and consultation are recommended as a model to prevent and address vicarious impact. 1) Learning Objectives: 1) Participants will be able to define reflective practice and reflective supervision/consultation. 2) Participants will identify the purpose and importance of reflective practice and reflective supervision/consultation. 3) Participants will identify ways to implement and facilitate the "fishbowl" technique in order to use reflective practices in the Early Education setting. 2. Content/Topics: Core Knowledge area: Professionalism. A. Level II. This training gives participants the tools of reflective practices to increase self-awareness, engage in self-care and reflect on how work is impacting him/her. 3) Primary Audience: This training is for infant, toddler and pre-school Early Educators and their teams.