Brain Rules for Baby Book Club - Last Webinar

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Brain Rules for Baby Book Club - Last Webinar

  1. 1. Welcome BACK toBrain Rules forBaby…Book Club!
  2. 2. Things you will need for a successful day:1 2 3Raise your handwhen you are ready.
  3. 3. 2. Identifying andActivating PriorKnowledge
  4. 4. What would yourHEADLINE be?Share your HEADLINEin chat.Best Practices for HealthyHappy Lives!Intuition Found Valuable inParentingSeeds or Soil? Shocking NewDevelopments!First Five Years Makes All theDifferenceScience Meets Old Wives TalesBrain Rules for Babies: A NewBook for Parents withInformation that is ActuallyUseful and ScientificThe Shocking Truth…Brain Developmentis KeyHow’s Your Child Thinking?
  5. 5. Instructions:1. Pluck one or twopetals2. Write how the word(s)contributes to the soilfor social-emotionaldevelopment.3. Post in chat.PlayLoopingPluck a PetalPluck a Petal
  6. 6. 3. Emotions and theBrain
  7. 7. What’s the No. 1 factor that predicts how your child will turn out?a = Providing a loving household.b = How perfect a parent you are.c = How you deal with your child’s intense emotions.
  8. 8. What’s the No. 1 factor that predicts how your child will turn out?a = Providing a loving household.b = How perfect a parent you are.c = How you deal with your child’s intense emotions.
  9. 9. CognitionEmotionMovementSEPARATE
  10. 10. NeuronsFireNeuronsSuppressed
  11. 11. NeuromodulatorsNeurotransmitters
  12. 12. How can I model supportingthe child’s development byattending to both the emotionaland cognitive needs?Post your ideasin chat.
  13. 13. What are theSIXEMOTIONS?
  14. 14. SadnessJoyDisgustAngerSurpriseFearSadnessJoyDisgustAngerSurpriseFearHumilityForgivenessEmpathyOptimismCompassionSympathyPatienceShameCooperationHardwiredGratitudeLearned
  15. 15. Step 1: Step 2:Big IdeasEmotions and the BrainRead page 211 Summarize
  16. 16. Big IdeasEmotions and the BrainPost your thoughts in chat.
  17. 17. Post in chat ways youcan model pairingpositive emotions withevents.
  18. 18. 4. Stress and theBrain
  19. 19. The Great Debate: Nature vs. Nuture66%34%Column AColumn BGenes Environment
  20. 20. Enriched EnvironmentSource: Barbro B. Johansson and Pavel V. Belichenko (2001) Environmental Enrichment onIntact and Postischemic Rat Brain
  21. 21. How Much Can Negative Environments Affectthe Developing Brain?
  22. 22. Chronic Stress EffectsCreates emotional problemsLowers IQ, reading scoresDrastic memory lossShortens dendritesCauses neuron deathFosters inappropriate attachments(use polling feature in participant’s panel = yes, = no)
  23. 23. Stress and DistressStress
  24. 24. Stress and DistressStressDistress
  25. 25. Stress and DistressDistressQuantity of StressorsIntensity of StressorsDuration of StressorsNumber of Skills for Copingwith Stressors
  26. 26. Stress and DistressA = Quantity of StressorsB = Intensity of StressorsC = Duration of StressorsD = Number of Skills forCoping with Stressors12Which element ofstresspresents the biggestchallenge to you as aprofessional in your workwith families?
  27. 27. PhysiologicResponseStressor RecoveryTimeHealthy Brain Stress Response
  28. 28. PhysiologicResponseTimeRepeated “Hits” Trauma
  29. 29. PhysiologicResponseStressor No RecoveryTimeProlonged Response
  30. 30. PhysiologicResponseStressor No Recovery NeededTimeInadequate Response
  31. 31. How much time does ittake for neurons towither?A = 2 hrs./day for 2 monthsB = 30 min./day for 7 wksC = 1 hr./day for 10 weeksD = 10 min./day for 5 days
  32. 32. 10 minutes a day for 5 days
  33. 33. 5. Final Thoughts
  34. 34. How will you nurture your own soil?Post in chat.
  35. 35. 6. Next Steps
  36. 36. Look for reminders in your email!Hey, Jeremy,this was agreat bookstudy.

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