Parenting on the Go: Compassionate Discipline through Play

Date & Time: Tuesday, December 15, 2020 - 10:00am See additional dates
Categories: Culture
Types: Adults Only, Educator Event, Free Event, Visiting Expert
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Episode 2: Compassionate Discipline through Play | December 15, 2020 at 10 a.m.
Join the Museum’s Director of Education, Whitney Raser, as she speaks with Wendy Snyder, a Certified Family Life Coach and Educator about the practice of compassionate discipline through play. Through her company Fresh Start Family, Wendy offers online seminars, coaching, courses, and more to give parents the support and tools they need to raise their children with firmness, kindness, strong limits, compassion and empathy. During this bite-sized conversation, you’ll learn what compassionate discipline is and how play can be used to help discipline and redirect your child.
More About "Parenting on the Go" Virtual Workshop Series:
Over this three-part virtual workshop series, we’re partnering with our network of experts in the field of early childhood development and education to explore ideas of positive reinforcement and purposeful play. Each workshop conversation is bite-sized–perfect for busy caretakers on the go–and will provide practical tips and resources to support our community of parents, caretakers, and families.
Virtual workshop episodes will be available for free on the Museum’s Facebook page!*
*This is not a live event. Each virtual workshop episode video will be posted on the designated day and time.
Stay tuned for more details on Episode 3 coming in January 2021

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Tuesday, December 15, 2020 - 10:00am