Infant and Toddler Social-Emotional Development

Infant and Toddler Social-Emotional Development

About this Course

Social-emotional development is when infants and toddlers start to experience and express their feelings in socially appropriate ways. They form close and secure adult and peer relationships and explore and learn from their environment. In this course, you’ll discover strategies that will help foster healthy social-emotional development in infants and toddlers.

Learning Outcomes

  • Build partnerships with parents
  • Create attachments with young infants
  • Support parents of mobile infants and toddlers
  • Establish healthy social-emotional development with infants and toddlers with special needs
  • Develop self-regulation in infants
  • Develop self-regulation in mobile infants and toddlers
  • Create goodness of fit

These strategies are job-embedded and will need to be implemented with the infants and toddlers in your setting.

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