Cynthia Gómez Quiles
"The child who achieves something by means of autonomous experiments acquires completely different knowledge than a child who is offered the solution beforehand" Emmi Pikler.
The training is aimed at mothers, fathers, childhood professionals, and anyone interested in learning about the benefits of Autonomous Motor Development in child development, as well as the relationship between motor and psychological development and the child-adult relationship as a basis for the construction of identity, based on the pedagogical foundations of Emmi Pikler.
The training consists of 4 1/2 hours in which theoretical training will be combined with personal training.
_ Autonomous Motor Development.
_ The role of the adult. A quality relationship.
_ Development of identity. Relationship between motor and psychological development.
_ The importance of adapting and configuring optimal spaces.
_ Observation as a means of understanding and knowledge.
This type of training helps the adult (p/mother/professional) to be more aware of the needs of children and to act accordingly.