I-LABS in the Classroom: Module 07: Development of Attachment
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All children deserve the best start in life and new scientific discoveries deepen our understanding of how to create the best environments for children. The Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences at the University of Washington (I-LABS) is an interdisciplinary center dedicated to discovering the fundamental principles of human learning, with a special emphasis on early learning and brain development.

This hour long class covers the following points:

  • Babies have a biological need for loving care. They begin forming an emotional bond with their caregivers at birth. Infants form an attachment to primary caregivers by the end of their first year.
  • The quality of attachment relationships is different for each child. Child and family factors can affect attachment quality.
  • Attachment relationships during infancy can have lasting effects on children’s development. Yet, attachment quality can improve with proper support.
Audience Description: 

Caregivers, licensed, unlicensed, relative and fictive kin

Topics: 
Child Development, Health and Well-Being, Education
Delivery Method: 
Classroom
Webinar
Training Level: 
In-Service
Hours: 
1
Audience: 
Caregivers
Is this course eligible for STARS credit?: 
No
Course Requires Coaching Session?: 
No
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