Workforce Development

Foundations of School Readiness*

May 4, 2016

This session will explore the foundations of school readiness by identifying the core information about how children develop school readiness skills and discuss strategies for parents and professionals that can nurture and support these skills in young children.

Learning does not begin when children start school, it begins at birth. By the time children have turned three, the foundation for the skills and abilities that will help them succeed in school has been set. This early path to school readiness unfolds in everyday moments, within caring relationships that nurture confidence and security. How very young children are cared for teaches them how to interact with the world and profoundly shapes who they will become. This session will explore the foundations of school readiness by identifying the core information about how children develop school readiness skills and discuss strategies for parents and professionals that can nurture and support these skills in young children.

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*This session is available in Spanish.

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