Module 3: Responsive Routines, Schedules, and Environments – Infant-Toddler Training Series

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In this course, we will discuss caregiving routines and how we can use them to promote social-emotional development. Taking advantage of opportunities to support social-emotional development within daily routines is critical.

We’ll also identify key ways the physical environment can promote or inhibit infants’ and toddlers’ social-emotional development.

The learning objectives for this course are as follows:

  • Describe the importance of caregiving routines and identify strategies to support social-emotional development.
  • Identify key ways the physical environment can promote social-emotional development in infants and toddlers.
  • Support families in promoting routines and environments that promote the social-emotional development of infants and toddlers.

We will talk about a number of ways to set up the environment to support social-emotional development.

Having consistent approaches and predictable strategies across multiple settings and relationships helps children understand and feel confident in their environment.

  • Training Level: 2
  • Core: 1
  • CDA: 3
  • Training Hours: 2

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