Most of us can remember very little (possibly nothing) about being two years old. Nonetheless many of our patterns of behaviour and our feelings about ourselves as learners are built on the great explosion of learning and development that occurred during our third year.
2-year-olds have a lot to learn about themselves, other people and how social rules work, but they are programmed to do just that. During the year between two and three, social, physical and language development progress rapidly. This keynote will focus particularly on the importance of attachment and warm loving relationships with adults who understand effective interaction strategies to build on two year old learners' exploratory enthusiasm for the world and the objects and people in it.