In case you missed todays' webinar, click on the recording below and learn all about the current resources available to you and how to support your child's learning during COVID-19.Thank you to the Education Experts of Min. of Education, Youth, Sports, Agriculture & Lands Carol Bennett- Senior Policy Advisor & Manager of the Early Childhood Care and Education Unit, Gloria Bell-Senior School Improvement Officer of the Department of Education Service and Dr. Stephanie Edwards, Clinical Psychologist of the Department of Education Services.
3. COVID 19 Parenting Webinar: Positive Parenting during COVID-19 (Part 1): Keeping it Positive in the Home: 13 April 2020, Wednesday 4:30PM
This exciting Part 1 of a 2-Part series features School Inclusion Specialist, June South-Robinson, who shares practical strategies for postive parenting during COVID-19.
4. COVID 19 Webinar: Positive Parenting During COVID-19 (Part 2): Handling Chanllenging Behaviour: 20 May 2020, Wednesday 4:30PM
Watch Part 2 of the series for additional practical tips and strategies surrouding the management of challenging behaviour.
6. COVID 19 Webinar: Family Connection: Creating One-on-One Time during COVID-19: 03 June 2020, Wednesday 4:30PM
We end this webinar series with practical tips and strategies for connecting with family members on a one-on-one basis. Hear interesting views from our guest presenter, Dr. Stephanie Edwards, Educational Psychologist.
7. Parenting your Infant during COVID-19 Part 1
Parents are facing additional challenges during this time. Caring for your infant and fulfilling other demands can be extremely overwhelming. Learn practical strategies to create a positive home learning environment and improve your parent-child attachment.
8. Parenting your toddler during COVID-19 PART 2
If you’re feeling overwhelmed on how to continue supporting your toddler's development, you’re not alone. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has left many parents feeling exhausted and insecure. One thing is certain - staying home and social distancing is an important way to reduce the risk of being infected with this virus.
Learn practical parenting and strategies to support your toddler's development during the shelter in place restrictions.
9. Parenting Multiple Children During COVID-19
Looking after multiple children and other family members is difficult during this time. Each age group has crucial needs that need to fulfilled for healthy development. Learn age appropriate strategies to support your children as you navigate disrupted routines and changes to home, school and work life.
10. Creating Healthy Online Habits during COVID-19 (Part 1)
Now that we are spending more time indoors, it is expected that there will be a natural increase in the amount of time spent on screens - laptops, tablets, cell phones, ipads, television, pcs, gamimg consoles, and so on - but that's okay. Using screens is not a bad idea, afterall we need them now more than ever to facilitate the increase in online learning and remote working due to the pandemic, but there is a difference between use and abuse.
11. Creating Healthy Online Habits during COVID-19 (Part 2)
This second part concludes the topic on creating healthy online habits and includes some useful tips for online activity management especially during the summer break. Learn how to create an online plan for your family while ensuring safety and satisfaction for all users.
Being a teenager is complicated even without a global pandemic. Learn effective strategies to keep your teemagers mentally healthy during family isolation and improve your family relationships.
Parents have increased pressure to meet their families' basic needs during this difficult time.
Learn how to create and sustain a family budget that involves the entire family in order for children to understand the importance of making hard financial decisions during difficult times.