Self-regulation, the ability to monitor, evaluate, and modify emotions and behavior, is vital to the achievement of coping skills and lifelong competence.
How Caring Relationships Support Self-Regulation combines current research on self-regulation, brain development, and caregiver practice. The premise is that self-regulation is central to emotional, social, and cognitive development of young children and that secure adult-child relationships are critical to the development of self-regulation.
Designed for anyone responsible for the care of young children, the video shows many scenes of children experiencing a range of emotions and of care-givers applying supportive practices in a variety of settings.
The video is in seven sections:
The Guide reviews all the topics in the video, a discussion of implications for child-care curriculum, suggestions for video presentations, and masters for handouts.
Available As: DVD with spiral-bound guide
Running Time: 68 minutes
Produced By: Marie Goulet
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