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Magda on your tyube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEEwuo-ei8s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fDwd9oS3d0&t=3s

From Parents.con: "

What is the RIE parenting method?

What Is the RIE Parenting Method? Developed in 1978 by baby specialist Magda Gerber, RIE parenting—or resources for infant educarers—encourages parents (and educators) to treat babies and children as capable human beings, ones who are able to flourish when given space to explore the world on their terms.

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RIE inspired Parent-Infant Guidance Sessions

RIE inspired Parent-Infant Guidance Sessions are designed to encourage babies to engage, to explore, to be active and attentive. Each gathering is centered on group play session during which parents and the facilitator observe, discuss and gather key insights. Infants learn how to be aware of self and others and become authentic and responsible from an early age. The RIE-inspired sessions help parents to learn to trust and to be confident in their supportive role. They also learn how to quietly observe their infants exploring and how to refrain from reacting unnecessarily. The sessions are facilitated by a RIE® Foundations Course graduate and a RIE mom. The groups are small and sessions have intimate character where all questions and discussion are welcome at the end of the session. Each session is also an opportunity for parents to learn about their children’s development and ways of making their lives with their babies more enjoyable for all involved. The gatherings take place in an infant-friendly, calm and relaxing environment for all participants to take pleasure in their infants’ unfolding development and play. Groups are formed according to infant’s stages of gross motor development. Groups remain together over several class series. And as per Magda Gerber's recommendation ideally until they reach the age of two.

 

2) RIE inspired Parent-Toddler Guidance Sessions

RIE inspired Parent-Toddler Guidance Sessions are designed to encourage children to engage, to explore, to be active and attentive, to look for solutions, solve problems and to learn to interact with other children in a safe and non-judgmental environment. Each gathering is centered on group play session during which parents and the facilitator observe, discuss and gather key insights. Toddlers learn how to be aware of self and others and become authentic and responsible. The RIE-inspired sessions help parents to learn to trust and to be confident in their supportive role. They also learn how to quietly observe their children exploring and learning new skills and how to refrain from reacting unnecessarily. The sessions are facilitated by a RIE® Foundations Course graduate and a RIE mom. The groups are small and sessions have intimate character where all questions and discussion are welcome at the end of the session. Each session is also an opportunity for parents to learn about their children’s development and ways of making their lives with their growing individuals more enjoyable for all involved. The gatherings take place in a child-friendly, calm and relaxing environment for all participants to take pleasure in their toddlers’ unfolding development and play. Groups are formed according to toddler’s stages of gross motor development. Groups remain together in continuous class series.

Typical session flow:

Gathering and settling down
Discussion
Quiet observation time
Snack Time for toddlers
Sharing observation insights
Discussion
Closing

Topics for discussion often include:

> Age-appropriate expectations
> Reading your baby’s cues and signals and how best to respond
> The importance of play in children’s learning
> Fostering pro-social, physical and intellectual development and discipline based on your baby’s readiness
> Balancing parents’ and children’s needs and wants
> Establishing clear, consistent, and appropriate limits
> Adapting the home environment as baby grows
> Integrating RIE principles into everyday life in and out of the home

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HARLEM RIE AT TCS SPACE WHERN IT WAS PONO

 

Class was called:

RIE Inspired Gentle Parenting

Parent & Child classes in Harlem

  • Starting Apr 22nd

  • Dates: 7-weeks series... 4/22, 4/28, 5/5, 5/12, 5/26, 6/02 & 6/09

  • Infants on their backs from 1:10pm till 2:00pm

  • Sitting, crawling, cruising babies from 12:00pm till 1:00pm

  • Walking Toddlers from 10:30am till 11:50am

  • Older Toddlers from 9:00am till 10:20am

  • Location: Harlem - Pono education center at 124th street & 5th avenue

  • Investment: $305 for 7-weeks series

  • Enrollment for entire series ONLY! (joining after Apr 22nd possible if space allows)

RIE inspired Parent-Child classes, are based on the Magda Gerber's philosophy commonly called RIE.

RIE can be shortly described as "Parenting with Awareness" or "Art of Aware Parenting". It is a simple and revolutionary at the same time way of SEEING, APPROACHING and BEING with children of all ages, and particularly infants and young toddlers.

During those classes, children in the same developmental stage are gathered together and allowed to explore free in a safe, specifically designed environment, with an open-ended objects and various structures allowing them to develop their fine and gross motor skills, their awareness of self and others without being unnecessarily guided or interrupted.

Parents get to quietly observe their children and learn not to intervene. That builds parents' confidence in their supportive role and their trust in their child's abilities. The RIE facilitator is assuring children's safety.

At the beginning and end of each sessions, we allow time for discussion.

Topics for discussion often include:

  • Age-appropriate expectations

  • Reading your baby’s cues and signals and how best to respond

  • The importance of play in children’s learning

  • Fostering pro-social, physical and intellectual development and discipline based on your baby’s readiness

  • Balancing parents’ and children’s needs and wants

  • How you can help your child develop an innate self of worth and confidence

  • Establishing clear, consistent, and appropriate limits

  • Setting up a child-development conducive environment

  • Adapting the home environment as baby grows

  • Integrating RIE principles into everyday life in and out of the home

Typical session flow:

  • Gathering and settling down

  • Discussion

  • Quiet observation time (30min)

  • Sharing observation insights

  • Discussion

  • Closing

Inspired by RIE

Baby With Shoes
Asian baby crawling while smiling
Mother and a Child
Mother Holding Baby
Baby Crawling
Red Head Baby
Mother and Baby on Floor
Baby
Railroad Set
Babies in Playroom
Baby with Toys
Mother and Baby