Bridging the Relationship Gap
Chapter Two: How What We Feel Builds the Brain
By Mike Huber
We become early childhood teachers because we want to care for children. If there is a need, we provide for it. We know that we keep children fed and see to their physical needs. Bridging the Relationship Gap gives us a way to look at needs that aren’t as visible. Chapter 2: How What We Feel Builds the Brain helped me get a clearer picture of what is happening in a young child experiencing trauma. It is important to have this understanding, if I as a teacher am going to be effective with these children.
In reading about positive stress, I thought about the way…
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