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Promoting Positive Teacher- Child Interactions

Promoting Positive Teacher- Child Interactions

The developmental appropriateness of an early childhood program is most apparent in the interaction between adults and children. Improving teacher child interactions will promote positive and long-lasting implications for both students’ academic and social development. In this training, participants will:

  1. Examine four positive outcomes of appropriate teacher child interactions
  2. Learn the four A’s of Interaction
  3. Understand how the five love languages can be incorporated into daily interactions

Curriculum CodePPTI7027
.5 CEUs/ 5 Clock hours
Tuition: $47.00

building teacher-student relationships

Young students learn many things from their educators, many of which have little to do with their academics in a literal sense. One of the crucial things to introduce with young learners is building teacher-student relationships. By learning how it looks and feels, you can help each child have that daily.

By making it a priority, every child will be equipped to take on the future having their academic needs and social needs adequately taken care of so that everyone can understand just how important this connection is between one and the other. While it may not be critical in a strictly academic sense, studies show us that it is all connected to promoting a productive and safe environment for students in the future.

The training objectives of this course

 This accredited online training will help you to focus on the following points for easier integration into the classroom:

  • The positive outcomes of proper interaction: Firstly, we’ll go over the outcomes that are waiting for you and your classroom, as well as every single student, so that you can see why this is going to be so essential to make a priority.
  • The Four A’s of interaction: Next, we’ll help you learn about how teachers and children interact by using the four As to make it easier to implement and, of course, remember for actual use.
  •  How the five unique love languages can be put into the classroom: There are five different love languages that look and feel different from child to child and teacher to teacher. You’ll learn what they are and how they can each be implemented into the classroom so that every child and teacher have a chance to connect and develop the right supportive relationship to make the difference. These are all intended for use daily, too.


Interaction is key to healthy students.

School, especially in early education, is about social skills as it is about educational concepts. Seen as building blocks for a healthy, comprehensive set of life skills, building teacher-student relationships is essential to prioritize. This course helps make it easier and better for all involved, and it will be one you won’t want to miss for either yourself or your other staff members.

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