When: 07/15/2015 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
Where: Ebenezer's Southside Center, 1496 S. 29th Street in Milwaukee - Chiara Room
Presented by: Dana Brumm and Mandi Brown
Social competence not only involves the ability to cooperate with peers; it also includes such things as the ability to show empathy, express feelings, and share generously. Fortunately, there are plenty of things that you can do to helping kids develop these all important social and emotional skills. Teach children how to express themselves and advocate for their feelings and needs. Learn how to build communication skills between the child, peers, and adults involving emotions, and resolving differences with children as the problem solvers.
Virtues: Self-Discipline & Trust
NAC Standards: Health and E-Interactions Between Teachers and Children