At the Root of It All: Examining Development from Birth to Three, Part II
Time:10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. CDT
Credit Available:0.1 CEUs; 1.5 SWCEUs; Approved by the Illinois Early Intervention Training Program for 0.5 contact hours in the area of Atypical Development, 0.25 contact hours in the area of Intervention, 0.5 contact hours in the area of Typical Development, and 0.25 contact hours in the area of Working with Families
An understanding of how development unfolds between birth and three years of age is critical to any type of work with young children and their families. Join us for this webinar, which will look at some of the most important aspects of development and more deeply examine how ongoing changes in these areas impact the child in the context of her world. Come ready to wonder more about how this knowledge can guide and inform your work, regardless of your position! Part one provides a foundation of knowledge, while part two will allow participants to go even deeper into the examination of child development. Participants may sign up for one or both of the sessions. Learn more about Erikson's webinars→
Jennifer Kemp, M.S., earned a master's degree in child development from Erikson Institute. With more than 15 years working in the early childhood field, Kemp has deep experience as a child life specialist and a developmental therapist. She is currently the infant studies certificate programs manager, as well as an Erikson instructor.