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Nurturing Children's Self-Esteem
20 Clock Hours / 2.0 CEUs
Nurturing Children’s Self-Esteem Course Description:
This course applies to infants, toddlers and preschoolers.
Learn ways to help children develop a strong positive sense of their own worth and importance as individuals and feel confident of their ability to successfully meet life’s challenges—to persevere, take responsibility, achieve, be accountable for themselves, act responsibly toward others, and make a difference to their environment. Includes section on the relationship of temperament traits to feelings of acceptance, and strategies appropriate for working with infants, toddlers, preschoolers and children with special needs. See the course topics listed below for more information on what is covered.
Learning Outcomes: After completing Nurturing Children's Self-Esteem you will be able to describe how the sense of self develops; recognize the caregiver’s role in the development of an infant’s sense of self; distinguish what is meant by self-image versus self-esteem; identify some characteristics of people with high self-esteem and people with low self-esteem; discuss influences on self-esteem; explain the four dimensions of self-esteem; and identify what temperament traits are. Read more.
Please note: You need only ONE of the formats listed above. Choose either CourseBook OR Online Course format.
Core of Knowledge/Core Competency/Training Category Info Pages: Alabama, Colorado, Idaho, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Vermont, Washington State and Wisconsin
Topics Covered in Nurturing Children's Self-Esteem:
- How young children
formulate their sense of self
- What is meant by self-image
- What is meant
- How self-image relates to self-esteem
- The four dimensions
- Typical characteristics of people with high self-esteem
- Typical characteristics of people with low self-esteem
- Ways to nurture
children's feelings of acceptance and respect
- Ways to nurture children's feelings of power and control
- Ways to nurture children's feelings of virtue and moral worth
- Ways to nurture children's feelings of competence
Prerequisites: Must be able to fluently read English.
Comments on Nurturing
Instructional methodology: Read written material; view videos; listen to audio segments.
Assessment methods: Final Lesson Multiple Choice Quizzes and Short Essay Assignments.
"What can I say, I loved everything about this
course. Every person who has a child or works with children should take
this course. As a home daycare provider and a mother of 4 1/2-year-old
and a 3-year-old, the information I learned is invaluable. The way the
course was set up with learning objectives, self checks and lesson
quizzes for each lesson, was extremely helpful. I truly enjoyed taking
this course and look forward to taking my next course. Thank you" -
Verona, New Jersey
"I received my order on the 3rd and am
very pleased with prompt delivery and the course content (all three
courses). I have been an Early Head Start (prenatal to three) home
visitor for 8 and 1/2 years and my first experience with Care Courses
was three years ago when I needed CEUs to renew my CDA and the
self-paced courses worked well for me. Each program year we are required
to complete 40 hours of training and although several of the hours will
be completed through agency trainings I wanted some training in areas
that are directly related to areas of concern with my current caseload.
The three courses [Early Childhood Stress, Nurturing Children's
Self-Esteem, and Witnesses to Violence] that I am now taking do that.
Thank you." - Norway, Maine
"Received the course just fine. As usual, I am enjoying this course. Almost done! It is full of useful information and some new activities to do with "my" preschoolers. On a personal note, I am a grandparent to a just over 2 year old and a 3 month old, so your course is a good refresher on a much younger note also."
- Ocean Springs, Mississippi
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Care Courses offers over 60 professional development courses and one non-credit training tutorial on the CDA process. All courses offer clock hours and an official mailed certificate of completion. The CDA tutorial does not offer clock hours or a certificate.
Care Courses' course tuition entitles one person to receive the clock hours granted by a course upon successful completion. Bundle pricing covers tuition for all the courses included in a bundle.
To receive the CEUs and Clock Hours for a course, you must follow directions on written assignments and show comprehension of the course content. You must make 70% or better on all course quizzes. Less than 70% will result in trainer review and evaluation. If review indicates the need for discussion, you will be informed that you must speak with a trainer. You will be given a second chance to make 70% or better. Should you fail to do so, you will receive a letter indicating that you did not pass the course and may not retake the course for 12 months.
Clock hours and CEUs are documented on original Care Courses certificates of completion mailed through the US Post Office. All course formats receive an original mailed certificate. Once you have completed a course and submitted your answers to us you can expect to receive your certificate within 10 business days (depending on the grading & certificate option you choose).
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