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NEW Online Learning Programme

Self-regulation in Early Years: what you need to know about achieving a child-centred approach.

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Nursery World Equipment and Resources Awards 2019 Silver Medal
Teach Early Years Awards 2019

Online e-learning programme from Mine Conkbayir

This programme gives you the basics of SR, what it means, what it looks like – what it is not, and how best to nurture this essential, life-enhancing skill from the beginning.

This programme adds value to what the government has offered and is an essential bedrock to implementing the government’s Goals in an informed way.

Who is this programme suitable for?

Given that the programme deals with understanding and supporting emotional wellbeing, with specific regard to managing those big, overwhelming feelings, and how these are formed in infancy, it is useful for everyone to familiarise themselves with the content. Policy makers, Early Years (EY) practitioners/teachers, leadership teams, childminders, EY advisors, parents/primary carers, foster parents, special educational needs advisors, police officers and youth workers would find the information directly relevant and useful.

Mine Conkbayir Online Programme Self Regulation in Early years
Nursery World Equipment and Resources Awards 2019 Silver Medal
Teach Early Years Awards 2019

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Praise for Mine Conkbayir’s e-learning programme, Self-regulation in Early Years: what you need to know about achieving a child-centred approach.

Dr Chris Pascal says:

This programme provides a wonderful introduction to self-regulation, explaining it in an informed, critical and practical way, encouraging practitioners to reflect critically on what is known about self-regulation and its direct implications for daily practice. It will provide invaluable support to practitioners who are trying to work with the new Early Learning Goals (ELGs) and ensure they are interpreted appropriately, taking account of the child as an individual being.

Vanessa Dooley, Managing Director of Jigsaw Early Years Consultancy and former Ofsted Inspector says:

This programme is not only essential for all practitioners working with children and young adults, but also for parents. I wish I had this when my two were growing up!

The programme is broken down into three Journeys. Each Journey walks you through 5 Paths which encourage you to question your practice, reflecting on the children in your setting. There is a strong emphasis on building understanding of the importance of your role in nurturing self-regulation through co-regulating children’s emotional responses, which consequently, builds children’s resilience.

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