- 3:00 PM (Eastern)
- 2:00 PM (Central)
- 1:00 PM (Mountain)
- 12:00 PM (Pacific)
Hear from an expert on sensory experiences, behavior management and programming environment set up about ways to improve your room setups to create a more welcoming, engaging, and inclusive environment, and how to relate to either one over-excited or upset child or a room full of them -- without completely interrupting your regularly scheduled programming.
By attending this webinar, participants will:
- Learn to look at your existing spaces in a new way, to set up storytime and programming spaces to create welcoming and engaging environments for all participants -- grownups and their children -- with no money required.
- Learn how to respond to children’s behavior individually, even in a group setting, through the use of sensory materials.
- Learn how to use songs, books, activities and your body to change the mood of your program, and regulate the different behaviors you encounter in your programming.
Who Should Attend
The primary audience will be children’s librarians and library staff in public libraries who are serving youth ages 0-6. We believe that anyone interested in working with young children, will find this webinar series beneficial. Practitioners will be able to learn new information and build upon what they already know. In addition, youth services managers, branch managers, and library directors who supervise librarians working with ages 0-5 will find this webinar valuable.
Kristen Rocha Aldrich, Manager, Early Childhood Education, New York Public Library
Tommaso Lana, Education Consultant
Tori Ogawa, Youth Services Librarian at Kitsap Regional Library
ALSC is offering this webinar free of charge. During the webinar presentation, due to platform capacity, only the first 100 attendees to log in will be able to access the free webinar. However, all registrants will receive a direct link to the webinar archive post-webinar.
How to Register
Click here to register for this webinar.
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