Learn about the development of self-regulation in young children. Discover how teachers can promote young children's self-management skills.
Listen to Ross Thompson as he looks into the Head Start ELOF and Approaches to Learning.
Young children's ability to remember what they see and hear, to relate what they remember to previous experiences, and to use what they know to meet challenges and solve problems are examples of using learning approaches. Part 3 of the News You Can Use series on approaches toward learning explores memory, persistence, and problem solving, and provides teachers, home visitors, and family child care providers with ways to help infants and toddlers develop these qualities.
Find out how to make children’s learning meaningful. Also, explore how learning can be relevant in children’s everyday lives.
Read the first part of this News You Can Use series on approaches to learning, which describes the domain and highlights the concept of self-regulation: why it is important, how it relates to approaches toward learning, and strategies for helping infants and toddlers develop this skill.
In this in-service suite teachers learn ways to help children when they struggle to learn a concept or complete an activity.
Learn ways to promote children's creativity through intentional classroom design and engagement.