Responsive interactions for learningThe Responsive Interactions for Learning (RIFL) course aims to develop practitioners' understanding of responsive interactions and increase their ability to coach these interactions with caregivers. The course uses (i) online lectures; (ii) observation of videos of responsive interactions; (iii) peer discussion; and (iv) real-life practice to support adult learning.
This blog post describes how the course was developed, where it has been used (Canada, Chile, Brazil), and learnings.
The Responsive Interactions for Learning online course is available in Portuguese, Spanish, and English. If you want to learn more, or are interested in using this course or the RIFL instruments, please contact: Responsive_Interactions@utoronto.ca.
Organization: University of Toronto
Language: Portuguese, Spanish, and English
Web link: https://blogs.iadb.org/desarrollo-infantil/en/responsive-interactions-for-learning-helping-children-reach-their-potential/