Tri-C Metro Presents Free Program 'How Caring Relationships Support Self-Regulation' Featuring Early Childhood Educator Marie GouletTri-C Metro Presents Free Program 'How Caring Relationships Support Self-Regulation' Featuring Early Childhood Educator Marie Goulet
...Tri-C Metro Presents Free Program 'How Caring Relationships Support Self-Regulation' Featuring Early Childhood Educator Marie Goulet
...CLEVELAND, Oct. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The Early Childhood Education Department of Cuyahoga Community College and the Faculty Development Project on the Brain is hosting a free program featuring Toronto professor Marie Goulet, an early childhood educator, on Monday, October 25 at 5:30 p.m. at the Tri-C Metropolitan Campus, 2900 Community College Ave. in Cleveland, in the Mainstage Theater.
Goulet's lecture will describe how nature and nurture work together to support the development of coping and competence in young children.The program will address how the influence of early relationships contributes to a child's ability to pay attention, manage emotions and behavior.Self- regulation skills are an important part of early childhood curriculum because they are central to learning and to adapting to novelty and challenge.Videos of toddler and preschool programs will show the role caring adults play in a child's development. Goulet, who has worked and taught in the field of childcare since 1970, has been a professor in Toronto at George Brown College in the Early Childhood Education Program since 1981.Goulet
teaches courses in curriculum development and applied brain research and supervises students in field placements. Her
interests in distress and comfort and in cognitive and emotional development have lead her
to study how children think and feel as well as attachment theory and brain research.She
has produced video and print materials to translate complex ideas into applied practice for early childhood settings.