Creating Child Masterminds: A Presentation on Child Brain DevelopmentShare This +
Learn how to create child masterminds on Dec. 8th!
Creating Child Masterminds is a presentation for both the public and professionals working with young children. Deborah McNelis, M.Ed, an early brain development specialist, will discuss the importance of early relationships with the children in our lives. In her seminar, Attention to Relationships, Deborah emphasizes how critical early relationships are to self-regulation, resiliency, delayed gratification, and behaviors throughout life. Deborah will provide us with an easy to understand overview of brain basics from birth through adulthood. The human brain is an amazing and complex organ that allows each of us to think, feel and act. The brain systems that regulate those activities are largely shaped by experience. You will be inspired by how much more you understand about how the brain impacts behavior and learning in school and in everyday family life!
December 8th, 2015, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Oak Creek Public Library- Multi-Purpose Room
8040 S. 6th St. Oak Creek, WI 53154
Cost: $20 for Childcare Professionals who want 3 CEC credits
FREE to other professionals & parents
Cost includes a light snack