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JPNPP Series: An Overview of Promoting Social-Emotional Well-Being of Educators in an Early Childhood Setting – A Practical Guide (Part 6) by Mohan Dallumal

1 Lesson
16.5 minutes
Intermediate
What you'll learn
Positive Role Modeling: Educators prioritising their social-emotional well-being serve as positive role models for young children. By demonstrating healthy coping mechanisms, emotional regulation skills, and positive interpersonal relationships, educators help children develop similar behaviours.
Improved Classroom Environment: Educators with strong social-emotional well-being create a more positive and supportive classroom environment. This environment encourages trust, empathy, and open student communication, leading to better collaboration and learning outcomes.
Enhanced Student-Teacher Relationships: Educators who understand the importance of their social-emotional well-being are better equipped to build strong relationships with their students. These relationships are foundational for effective teaching and learning, fostering students' sense of belonging and security.
Reduced Burnout and Turnover: Prioritising social-emotional well-being helps prevent burnout and turnover among educators. By managing stress, maintaining work-life balance, and seeking support, educators can sustain their passion for teaching and remain committed to their profession in the long term.
Optimised Professional Growth: Understanding the importance of social-emotional well-being supports educators' ongoing professional growth. By engaging in self-reflection, seeking professional development opportunities, and fostering a supportive network, educators continuously improve their teaching practices and contribute to their success and that of their students.
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Child Growth and Development by Mohan Dallumal (Course 4)

7 Lessons
1.3 hour
Intermediate
What you'll learn
Healthy Relationship Building:
• Social and emotional development knowledge enables caregivers to foster positive relationships with young children. Understanding emotional cues helps respond appropriately, build trust, and promote secure attachments.
Effective Communication:
• Awareness of social and emotional development aids in interpreting and responding to nonverbal cues, facilitating effective communication. This, in turn, contributes to the child's language development and ability to express emotions.
Emotional Regulation:
• Understanding the emotional development of young children allows caregivers to teach and model effective emotional regulation strategies. This skill is crucial for a child's well-being and the development of resilience.
Positive Behavior Management:
• Knowledge of social and emotional development helps address challenging behaviours by understanding their underlying emotional or social causes. It enables caregivers to implement positive behaviour management strategies that support the child's development.
Building a Foundation for Social Competence:
• Early understanding of social and emotional development lays the foundation for developing social competence. Children who are emotionally aware and skilled in social interactions are better equipped for positive relationships, conflict resolution, and successful integration into social environments.
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JPNPP Series: An Overview of Promoting Social-Emotional Well-Being of Educators in an Early Childhood Setting – A Practical Guide (Part 5) by Mohan Dallumal

1 Lesson
12.4 minutes
Intermediate
What you'll learn
Positive Role Modeling: Educators prioritising their social-emotional well-being serve as positive role models for young children. By demonstrating healthy coping mechanisms, emotional regulation skills, and positive interpersonal relationships, educators help children develop similar behaviours.
Improved Classroom Environment: Educators with strong social-emotional well-being create a more positive and supportive classroom environment. This environment encourages trust, empathy, and open student communication, leading to better collaboration and learning outcomes.
Enhanced Student-Teacher Relationships: Educators who understand the importance of their social-emotional well-being are better equipped to build strong relationships with their students. These relationships are foundational for effective teaching and learning, fostering students' sense of belonging and security.
Reduced Burnout and Turnover: Prioritising social-emotional well-being helps prevent burnout and turnover among educators. By managing stress, maintaining work-life balance, and seeking support, educators can sustain their passion for teaching and remain committed to their profession in the long term.
Optimised Professional Growth: Understanding the importance of social-emotional well-being supports educators' ongoing professional growth. By engaging in self-reflection, seeking professional development opportunities, and fostering a supportive network, educators continuously improve their teaching practices and contribute to their success and that of their students.
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JPNPP Series: An Overview of Promoting Social-Emotional Well-Being of Educators in an Early Childhood Setting – A Practical Guide (Part 4) by Mohan Dallumal

1 Lesson
14.3 minutes
Intermediate
What you'll learn
Positive Role Modeling: Educators prioritising their social-emotional well-being serve as positive role models for young children. By demonstrating healthy coping mechanisms, emotional regulation skills, and positive interpersonal relationships, educators help children develop similar behaviours.
Improved Classroom Environment: Educators with strong social-emotional well-being create a more positive and supportive classroom environment. This environment encourages trust, empathy, and open student communication, leading to better collaboration and learning outcomes.
Enhanced Student-Teacher Relationships: Educators who understand the importance of their social-emotional well-being are better equipped to build strong relationships with their students. These relationships are foundational for effective teaching and learning, fostering students' sense of belonging and security.
Reduced Burnout and Turnover: Prioritising social-emotional well-being helps prevent burnout and turnover among educators. By managing stress, maintaining work-life balance, and seeking support, educators can sustain their passion for teaching and remain committed to their profession in the long term.
Optimised Professional Growth: Understanding the importance of social-emotional well-being supports educators' ongoing professional growth. By engaging in self-reflection, seeking professional development opportunities, and fostering a supportive network, educators continuously improve their teaching practices and contribute to their success and that of their students.
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JPNPP Series: An Overview of Promoting Social-Emotional Well-Being of Educators in an Early Childhood Setting – A Practical Guide (Part 3) by Mohan Dallumal

1 Lesson
14.4 minutes
Intermediate
What you'll learn
Positive Role Modeling: Educators prioritising their social-emotional well-being serve as positive role models for young children. By demonstrating healthy coping mechanisms, emotional regulation skills, and positive interpersonal relationships, educators help children develop similar behaviours.
Improved Classroom Environment: Educators with strong social-emotional well-being create a more positive and supportive classroom environment. This environment encourages trust, empathy, and open student communication, leading to better collaboration and learning outcomes.
Enhanced Student-Teacher Relationships: Educators who understand the importance of their social-emotional well-being are better equipped to build strong relationships with their students. These relationships are foundational for effective teaching and learning, fostering students' sense of belonging and security.
Reduced Burnout and Turnover: Prioritising social-emotional well-being helps prevent burnout and turnover among educators. By managing stress, maintaining work-life balance, and seeking support, educators can sustain their passion for teaching and remain committed to their profession in the long term.
Optimised Professional Growth: Understanding the importance of social-emotional well-being supports educators' ongoing professional growth. By engaging in self-reflection, seeking professional development opportunities, and fostering a supportive network, educators continuously improve their teaching practices and contribute to their success and that of their students.
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JPNPP Series: An Overview of Promoting Social-Emotional Well-Being of Educators in an Early Childhood Setting – A Practical Guide (Part 2) by Mohan Dallumal

1 Lesson
18.5 minutes
Intermediate
What you'll learn
Positive Role Modeling: Educators prioritising their social-emotional well-being serve as positive role models for young children. By demonstrating healthy coping mechanisms, emotional regulation skills, and positive interpersonal relationships, educators help children develop similar behaviours.
Improved Classroom Environment: Educators with strong social-emotional well-being create a more positive and supportive classroom environment. This environment encourages trust, empathy, and open student communication, leading to better collaboration and learning outcomes.
Enhanced Student-Teacher Relationships: Educators who understand the importance of their social-emotional well-being are better equipped to build strong relationships with their students. These relationships are foundational for effective teaching and learning, fostering students' sense of belonging and security.
Reduced Burnout and Turnover: Prioritising social-emotional well-being helps prevent burnout and turnover among educators. By managing stress, maintaining work-life balance, and seeking support, educators can sustain their passion for teaching and remain committed to their profession in the long term.
Optimised Professional Growth: Understanding the importance of social-emotional well-being supports educators' ongoing professional growth. By engaging in self-reflection, seeking professional development opportunities, and fostering a supportive network, educators continuously improve their teaching practices and contribute to their success and that of their students.
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JPNPP Series: An Overview of Promoting Social-Emotional Well-Being of Educators in an Early Childhood Setting – A Practical Guide (Part 1) by Mohan Dallumal

1 Lesson
14.1 minutes
Intermediate
What you'll learn
Positive Role Modeling: Educators prioritising their social-emotional well-being serve as positive role models for young children. By demonstrating healthy coping mechanisms, emotional regulation skills, and positive interpersonal relationships, educators help children develop similar behaviours.
Improved Classroom Environment: Educators with strong social-emotional well-being create a more positive and supportive classroom environment. This environment encourages trust, empathy, and open student communication, leading to better collaboration and learning outcomes.
Enhanced Student-Teacher Relationships: Educators who understand the importance of their social-emotional well-being are better equipped to build strong relationships with their students. These relationships are foundational for effective teaching and learning, fostering students' sense of belonging and security.
Reduced Burnout and Turnover: Prioritising social-emotional well-being helps prevent burnout and turnover among educators. By managing stress, maintaining work-life balance, and seeking support, educators can sustain their passion for teaching and remain committed to their profession in the long term.
Optimised Professional Growth: Understanding the importance of social-emotional well-being supports educators' ongoing professional growth. By engaging in self-reflection, seeking professional development opportunities, and fostering a supportive network, educators continuously improve their teaching practices and contribute to their success and that of their students.
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Child Growth and Development by Mohan Dallumal (Course 3)

4 Lessons
52 minutes
Intermediate
What you'll learn
Tailored Learning Experiences:
• Knowledge of cognitive development allows for the customisation of educational approaches, ensuring that teaching strategies align with a child's cognitive abilities and developmental stage.
Early Intervention for Challenges:
• Recognition of cognitive milestones enables early identification of potential developmental challenges, allowing timely intervention and support to address specific needs.
Effective Communication:
• Understanding cognitive processes helps adults communicate in age-appropriate and comprehendible ways for young children, fostering clear and meaningful interactions.
Promotion of Critical Thinking:
• Awareness of cognitive development supports the cultivation of critical thinking skills, problem-solving abilities, and logical reasoning, which are essential for academic success and lifelong learning.
Optimal Social and Emotional Support:
• Cognition is interconnected with social and emotional development. Knowledge of cognitive milestones allows caregivers to effectively support emotional regulation and healthy social interactions, contributing to overall well-being.
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JPNPP Series: Understanding The Role of the Teacher in Guiding Children by Mohan Dallumal (Part 10)

1 Lesson
18 minutes
Intermediate
What you'll learn
Help educators to create a positive and safe learning environment for their students.
Help educators develop and implement effective teaching strategies.
Help educators to build stronger relationships with their students.
Free

JPNPP Series: Understanding The Role of the Teacher in Guiding Children by Mohan Dallumal (Part 9)

1 Lesson
16.2 minutes
Intermediate
What you'll learn
Help educators to create a positive and safe learning environment for their students.
Help educators develop and implement effective teaching strategies.
Help educators to build stronger relationships with their students.
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