As personnel in a child and family-serving organization, you may encounter children with challenging behavior. This course focuses on understanding the behavior of children between ages one and five. It provides proactive strategies for preventing the onset of misbehavior, along with strategies for responding appropriately to problems when they occur, and tips for recognizing the need for outside intervention or support.
This course is approved by the North Carolina Division of Child Development and Early Education.
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Section 1: Introduction
About This Course
Section 2: Age Appropriate Behaviors
Luke’s Bad Day
Developmental Characteristics Influence Children’s Behavior
Section 3: Proactive Behavior Management Strategies
Behavioral Skills Are Learned
Proactive Management Strategies
Section 4: Responding to Challenging Behavior
Some Children Will Still Misbehave
Strategies for Responding to Misbehavior
Additional Support May Be Needed
Section 5: Conclusion
Cheryl Smith Turner is the principal consultant and founder of REACH Teaching Learning Solutions (TLS), an educational consulting firm, with offices in Atlanta, Georgia. She provides educators with the insight and training for improved instructional strategies that contribute to a positive climate for learning, Cheryl obtained her Specialist in Education Degree from Georgia State University and her Master of Education Degree from Emory University. Cheryl is a nationally certified trainer for classroom management strategies and a state-approved trainer for the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL), a state approved trainer for Strengthening Families Georgia and is a featured presenter and keynote speaker for a variety of national staff development organizations, universities and agencies. Cheryl’s professional development content includes various topics related to social-emotional learning, child guidance, language and literacy, life skills and executive function, play-based learning and support of high needs learners. Cheryl belongs to several national and regional professional organizations and volunteers her service to numerous charitable and community-based child advocacy groups. Disclosure: Cheryl Smith Turner has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.Staff Writer: Kimberly Workman, MA
Ms. Workman is an Instructional Designer at Relias. She has a Master of Arts in Technology and Communication, as well as graduate certificates in Public Health, Epidemiology, and Digital Communications. Ms. Workman has a background in writing and designing online continuing medical education for physicians and other health professionals on multiple educational platforms, including web-based, game-based, and immersive learning environments. She has also used simulation training extensively to connect learning to real-world environments. Disclosure: Kimberly Workman, MA discloses the following potential conflict of interests/commercial interests: Relevant Financial Relationship with Relias LLC as a Salaried Employee Relevant Non-Financial Relationship with No Entities Exists as a Contributor
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