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Talking is Teaching Trusted Messengers Training - Shared screen with gallery view
Corey Berden
13:11
Corey Berden - NMCAA - The Giving Tree
mary robertson
13:14
Mary Robertson, Suttons Bay Bingham District Library
Valerie Gerhart
13:17
Valerie Gerhart, Advocates for Benzie County's Early Childhood Task Force, favorite book, the Salamander Room
karagregory
13:22
Kara
Rachael Birgy
13:23
Rachael Birgy, Northern Early Childhood Support Network, The Gruffalo
Linda
13:33
Linda and Kate from the Grand Traverse Children's Clinic
Brittnay Fox
13:34
I am Brittnay Fox, I work for the Strong Beginnings
karagregory
14:04
Kara PoWeR! Book Bags, A Flowerpot is not a Hat
maryellen paull
14:30
Maryellen Paull Glen Lake Community Library The Napping House
Julie Stone
15:40
Julie Stone Early Childhood Task Force
Valentine
16:34
Geri Valentine PoWeR! Book Bags
Valerie Gerhart
16:57
Wow!! You didn't warn me to have tissue ready!
Julie Stone
18:34
Julie’s favorite book...Each Kindness by Jacqueline Woodson
maryellen paull
21:25
Adults interacting with kids!
Valerie Gerhart
23:12
Again, what were those three beliefs stated in the video?
Missy Smith
24:39
Slides on that are coming, Valerie. Stay tuned!
Valerie Gerhart
26:34
Will we get a copy of the Ppt slides?
Missy Smith
27:42
We can make that happen, Valerie.
Elise
52:49
Person A: Talk about a moment where you really connected with an infant or young child. What was that like? What about your interaction made you and the child light up?​Then, talk about an experience that didn't go so well, where you weren't connecting with a little one or you were unsure how to handle the situation. What was that like? How did you feel?​Person B: Foster trust! Then, share one of the key messages and offer a concrete tool that your partner could use when spending time with young children in the future.​5 Ways to Build TrustListen and Ask QuestionsEmpathize and UnderstandValidate and EncourageSupport with ToolsBe Friendly and AuthenticKey Messages for FamiliesTalking, reading, and singing every day from birth will help build a child's young brain and help prepare a child for kindergarten.Parents can transform any moment into a meaningful learning opportunity.Encourage bilingualism! Children who learn more than one language have more active and flexible brains.
Elise
01:10:48
Training Survey for Endhttps://forms.gle/SFszVtSrFP7Mt3DG7
Rachael Birgy
01:13:43
Thank you Missy and ELise!!
Leelanau Township Library
01:13:52
So excited to share!
maryellen paull
01:14:13
Thank you! Time well spent!