Gloria DeGaetano

You Are the CEO of Your Family:
5 Ways to Lead Your Child to Optimal Development

Parents of preschoolers, join Gloria DeGaetano and parents of Magnolia Cooperative Preschool (Seattle’s oldest and largest cooperative preschool) for an Informative Discussion.

September 26
Magnolia Preschool (directions)

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As C.E.O. (Creative Energy Orchestrator) of your family, you are like a conductor of a large orchestra, making sure all the parts fit together well for continued harmony. And as the lead, what you do and what you don’t do profoundly influences your children. (No pressure, right?) Learn how these five areas of focus help your youngster thrive.

  1. Healthy Self-Identity for Healthy Development
    How we perceive ourselves is crucial for how we perceive others and ourselves. Learn new research on self-identity as “our referencing system” and how to ensure children refer to themselves as competent, capable, and creative.
  2. Why Movement Matters So Much
    Brains need bodies that move! Learn about “embodied cognition” and how it supports effective and efficient learning.
  3. Nourish the Executive Function
    Learn simple (for us) and profound (for your child’s brain) ways to grow your child’s executive brain function and with that your child’s ability to self-regulate behavior for increased cooperation (and healthy self-identity!)
  4. De-Stress to Allow Room for Optimal Development
    Consider how too much stress shuts done learning capacities and how to guide your child into the “Goldilocks Zone” of relaxed alertness.
  5. The Power of the Vital Five™
    Examine five needs of all humans for optimal child growth and how to keep tabs for addressing them daily, weekly, monthly with your child.

For More information Contact: Adele Anderson

2017 Northwest District Educators Conference

Gloria DeGaetano, PCI founder and director, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s Northwest District of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod Educators’ Conference, October 19-20, in Kennewick, WA, at the Three Rivers Convention Center.

The conference is held every year in the fall and attracts teachers from Early Childhood through 12th grade as well as principals, directors, counselors, and school district staff. In addition to the keynote address, Gloria will be presenting two workshops for helping teachers integrate media literacy education in their current curriculum.

For more information, please contact: Laurie Bredehoft, 503-288-8383

I found the PCI course to be well researched and put together. I learned so much through the course, the reading materials and the interactions that I had with PCI instructors. It has been an incredibly enriching experience completing this course.
Laura MarkowitzCape Town, South Africa

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