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Tamar Jacobson, author of EVERYONE NEEDS ATTENTION
Join Tamar Jacobson for a presentation inspired by her book EVERYONE NEEDS ATTENTION: Helping Young Children Thrive.

Attention seeking is seen as misbehavior in young children, and giving them the attention they need is oftentimes interpreted as reinforcement of bad behavior. Tamar will share how we, as adults must manage our emotions when children seek our attention, include how-to strategies to help the reader reflect on how they sought out attention as children as well as some concrete steps to assist in self-explorations.

This webinar will be 1 hour and a certificate of participation will be shared after the live session. The webinar will be recorded and sent to everyone who registers.

There will be time for audience questions at the end. If you would like to pre-submit your question for Tamar please email them to Meredith Burks at mburks@redleafpress.org by Thursday, April 15.

Apr 16, 2021 02:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Tamar Jacobson, PhD
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Tamar Jacobson was born in Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe, and traveled to Israel where she became a preschool teacher with the Israeli Ministry of Education. Jacobson completed a doctorate in early childhood education at the University at Buffalo (UB). As Director of the University at Buffalo Child Care Center (UBCCC), she created a training site for early childhood students from area colleges including UB. Dr. Jacobson is an early childhood development and education consultant for early childhood programs, organizations, and families. Jacobson is a retired Professor from Rider University, New Jersey. She is the author of Confronting Our Discomfort: Clearing the Way for Anti-Bias, Don’t Get So Upset! Help Young Children Manage Their Feelings by Understanding Your Own, Everyone Needs Attention: Helping Young Children Thrive, and edited: Perspectives on Gender in Early Childhood.