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INSPIRING KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Dr. Terrie Rose delivers engaging and actionable keynotes to bring to awareness the child’s point of view. An inspiring storyteller, Terrie blends real-world experience with research to help people and organizations to succeed in supporting all children and families. Every talk is customized to respond to the most pressing needs and curiosities of the audience. 

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Dr. Rose will always customize her keynote for your organization.

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Emotional Readiness

This interactive session provides an overview of child development, attachment, brain development, and explores the roles of parents, teachers, and community members in supporting children to become thriving adults who give back to their communities. Her inspiring presentation connects the dots for how consistent, sensitive and responsive relationships with caring adults – parents, grandparents and childcare providers – provide the essential ingredients for health, wellbeing, and learning.  This keynote address takes advantage of the developmental sequence to discuss individual, family and community diversity and individual differences. You’ll learn:

 

  • The recent advances in the science of early childhood learning and brain development.

  • How early educational experiences influence children's current and future cognitive, social, emotional, aesthetic and attentional development.

  • Why parent-infant attachment is important and how secure and protective adult-child relationships typically develop.

  • What are the essential adult ingredients for protecting and supporting young children.

  • About impact of unprotected trauma on young children and adults.

  • To articulate the long-term value of early learning and the benefit of inclusive early learning to parents and all learning community stakeholders.

 

 

Quality Childcare From the Baby’s Point of View

Infants, toddlers and young children do best when they have a team of two or three caring, responsive, and consistent adults. Dr. Rose demonstrates how consistent, sensitive and responsive relationships with caring adults – parents, grandparents and childcare providers – provide the essential ingredients for health, wellbeing, and learning. This session highlights the opportunities for childcare providers have to foster emotional readiness in ordinary moments like changing a diaper, feeding and playing patty-cake. Tips on setting up daily schedules, managing transitions and developmentally appropriate activities are included in this engaging presentation. You’ll learn:

  • Recent advances in the science of early childhood learning and brain development.

  • Why early educational experiences influence children's current and future cognitive, social, emotional, aesthetic and attentional development.

  • How childcare providers support emotional readiness.

  • Why daily schedules, transitions, and happenings throughout the day are important learning opportunities.

  • How to provide comprehensive, multi-generational services to children and families.

 

Ready for School: Ready for Life

Lots of attention is paid to school readiness. Yet, there is no national measure of school readiness. This session highlights the importance of emotional readiness as the essential ingredient for life long success. Rose brings a fresh perspective to early education, parent engagement and teacher-student relationships. This keynote address takes advantage of the developmental sequence to discuss individual, family and community diversity and individual differences. Terrie decodes the importance of early experience to help educators, school districts, and community members:

  • Gain a broad understanding of recent advances in the science of early childhood learning and brain development.

  • Recognize the important influence of early educational experiences on children's current and future cognitive, social, emotional, aesthetic and attentional development.

  • Be able to engage their learning community in understanding the importance of the early learning continuum and the transitions along it, especially Early Childhood and K-3rd grade.

Growing Awareness: How inner transformation leads to more effective practice

In our work with families, we sometimes encounter disappointment, burn-out, and heart break. By taking charge of our inner development, we can unhinge from self-judgment, stress, and patterns that no longer serve our best interests. Through growing inner awareness, outer change can become less burdensome and perhaps more effective. Terrie explores how engaging in mindfulness, meditation, and awareness practices, can reduce stress, improve self-care and invite healing from personal and secondary trauma. You will learn powerful lessons inspired by her journey in wellbeing to help you:

  • Explore the tools for stress-resilience and personal awareness.

  • Understand the impact of chronic stress on brain and behavior.

  • Describe the benefit of breathing, meditation, mindfulness, and awareness on personal and secondary trauma.

 

 
 
 

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