Supporting language and literacy development following early childhood trauma:
This 1 hour webinar is for early childhood teachers, educators and other community support workers. It will be of interest to those who recognise and care about the long-term effect of their work with children aged 0-5. Interested parents and foster carers are also warmly welcomed and catered for.
* What is relational trauma, why it is so prevalent, what it does to children, and why it’s often missed.
* What the research shows about the effects of relational trauma on language and subsequent literacy development.
* The essential things young children need from adults to help restore their language and literacy capabilities following relational trauma.
* What are the characteristics of play that best nurture language development for children whose relationships have been disrupted.
* Four simple steps for designing play-based activities, programs and curriculum that is language-immersive (and EYLF-linked).
Early Bird Registrations for this webinar session close on 2 May 2019
Your registration fee includes:
- Access to the Live webinar session at the scheduled time for one person
- Access to the recording of the webinar session, for 21 days after the live broadcast
- All notes and overheads used in the webinar
- A certificate of completion
A webinar is a workshop or seminar that you can watch online, on your own computer, from the comfort of your own home or workplace.
When you register for the webinar, you will receive a link via email. You use this link to access the webinar at the scheduled time.
The webinar allows you to interact with the presenter, so you can still ask questions and participate as if you were face-to-face.
You can still access the webinar if you are unavailable at the set time. However, you must still register for the webinar beforehand.
A video will be made of this webinar. After the session has finished, all registrants will be sent a link to access the recording. This means that you can watch the video at a time that suits you. This is useful for people in different time zones, as well as anyone who has other commitments at the broadcast time.
To access this webinar you will need access to:
- A computer (preferably desktop, mobile devices are not ideal)
- Speakers or headphones
- A reliable internet connection with reasonable speed