Self & Cultural Understanding

Lessons

  • 1

    Sense Of Self: An Introduction

    Infants and toddlers begin to learn about themselves in relationship to others from birth. This lesson provides an introduction to the concept of self through self-reflection and connecting to the ways adults help infants and toddlers learn about themselves and their growing skills.

    This lesson is estimated to take 30 minutes to complete.
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  • 2

    Promoting A Sense Of Self: Infants And Toddlers

    Infants and toddlers need ongoing opportunities to feel valued and experience and celebrate success with each newly mastered skill. This lesson will further describe what sense of self means for infants and toddlers and identify different ways adults can help promote sense of self for young children.

    This lesson is estimated to take 60 minutes to complete.
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  • 3

    Promoting A Sense Of Self: The Environment

    Infant and toddler caregivers help establish environments and determine what infants, toddlers and families will experience within a care setting. This lesson will focus on how the environment influences how infants and toddlers feel about themselves.

    This lesson is estimated to take 60 minutes to complete.
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  • 4

    Promoting A Sense Of Self: Experiences And Activities

    The thinking of infants and toddlers changes as they grow older and begin to develop an understanding of themselves in relationship to, and separate from, others. This lesson will focus on how experiences and activities influence an infant’s or toddler’s developing sense of self.

    This lesson is estimated to take 60 minutes to complete.
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