Instructor: Nicolle Moore

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Classes by this Instructor

Young children are naturally energetic, but why are some children highly active? Discover reasons for high activity levels, and what you can do to help guide and support children who consistently exhibit impulsive, distracted behaviors.
May 10-17, 2021, S.T.E.M Classroom (F101)
Professionals working with young children explore their cultural awareness and how concepts such as marginalization and implicit bias impact their work. Learn strategies to embed empathy and acceptance while working with children and families.
Tuesday, May 11, 2021, Meeting Room (3222)
Current brain research demonstrates children who have been exposed to traumatic events have changed brain architecture. Professionals who work with young children who have experienced trauma and toxic stress will gain a broader understanding of trauma, toxic stress, and strategies to mitigate risks and better support children.
Tuesday, April 13, 2021, Meeting Room (3222)
Professionals working with young children explore the prison pipeline and the work of Walter Gilliam. Examine how children who have experienced trauma and are at risk. Identify ways to prevent expulsion from early learning environments, which leads to better success in school and life.
Thursday, June 3, 2021, TBA