We were joined by Dr Mine Conkbayir and Ursula Krystek-Walton who explained how neuroscience, self-regulation, and a thoughtful approach to training made a huge difference to the children Betram Nursery Group care for.
In the one hour session, author and neuroscientist, Dr Mine Conkbayir and Bertram Nursery Group's Ursula Krystek-Walton discussed the true meaning of self-regulation, how valuable a basic understanding of neuroscience is when working in the Early Years, why it's time to throw out traditional behaviour policies, and what 'flipping the lid' means.
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During the one hour session, our speakers covered a range of topics including the real meaning of self-regulation, why ‘behaviour management’ needs a rethink, and how an understanding of neuroscience benefits early years staff in providing effective care.
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