Developing Emotional Support

Early Childhood Education

Emotional Support assesses the degree to which teachers establish and promote a
positive climate in their classroom through their everyday interactions.

We will exhibit a variety of scenarios and methods that fosters developing
emotional support.

We will identify and demonstrate the differences between
positive and negative climates.

Methods will be introduced to set the overall positive
tone of the classroom.

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Learning Objectives:

  1. Increase knowledge of participants understanding of positive/negative
    climates and positive overall tone of the classroom.
  2. To ensure participants understanding the importance of sensitivity as it relates the level of awareness and responsiveness to students, academic,
    social and emotional needs.
  3. Discuss and exhibit activities that are inclusive of children’s perspectives,
    motives and points of view.
  4. Expose participants to new emotional support ideas and concepts
Child playing harmonica in nursery

Measurable Outcomes:

  1. Participants will be able to identify positive and negative climates and have a plan to set and overall positive tone in the classroom.
  2. Participants will understand the importance of sensitivity as it relates the
    level of awareness and responsiveness to students, academic, social and emotional needs.
  3. Participants will be able to make a plan that is inclusive of children’s
    perspectives, interest, motivations and points of view.
  4. Participants will be able to identify and design a musical playlist that gives
    emotional support as well as foster social emotional development.

Final Outcomes:

To support each child’s learning, using various strategies including experimentation,
observation, play and exploration.


Ensuring opportunities for creative expression through music, movement and
dialogue.


Promoting interaction and language use between children and adults.

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