Social & Emotional Practices - Examples of relationship-based practices for working with families

Monica Mathur-Kalluri, (NCSI) & Karen Finello (NCSI)

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Social & Emotional Practices - Examples of relationship-based practices for working with families

Social and emotional development is the foundation for all learning and development. Research tells us that social and emotional development in the early years can impact many aspects of a child’s life, including school, interpersonal relationships, and even his/her physical health as an adult. Remember, social and emotional development is about the child and parent* together.
The National Center for Systemic Improvement (NCSI) developed this tool to help practitioners, because practices that support the parent-child relationship support the child’s social and emotional development.

2018

Topics

Evidence-Based Practices > Evidence-based Interventions > Evidence-based Practices for Social and Emotional Development

Part B/C/619

Part C / Birth to Three

Audience

SSIP Phase

Learning Collaborative

Social Emotional