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How Does Learning Happen at PLASP? Part Two – Well-Being
Our four part video series on How Does Learning Happen at PLASP? showcases how we support and implement the pedagogy developed by the Ontario Ministry of Education.
In the second video, we focus on well-being.
Well-being refers to the skills, habits, and emotional awareness needed to help a child grow in a healthy, strong and emotionally-balanced way. With guidance from caring adults, this involves encouraging each child to develop a positive sense of self, to make healthy choices for good mental and physical health, and to adopt constructive strategies for overcoming stressful situations and the unexpected.
Our video demonstrates how a child’s well-being is nurtured daily in our PLASP programs.
For more information on How Does Learning Happen?, the Child Care and Early Years Act and the Ontario Ministry of Education, please visit their website at www.edu.gov.on.ca.
Learn more about well-being and How Does Learning Happen here. Watch the first video in the series (Belonging) here.
Have a story that you want to share with other parents about your child’s well-being at PLASP? We’d love to hear! Please share it in the comments below.
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