This unique workshop blends the worlds of psychology and early childhood to help you understand why children (and adults) behave the way they do. We’ll take a deep dive into classroom behavior and look at how the brain develops and influences behavior, how children develop negative core beliefs and the self-protecting behaviors that develop, and typical reasons why children misbehave. Teachers will walk away with a better understanding of why the children are doing what they are doing as well as insights into their own reactions. We’ll discuss concrete strategies for helping children through challenging behaviors so that teachers feel equipped to handle the children in their classrooms.
|Training approved for||
|Registration deadline||Sep 01, 2020|
|Number of open seats||34|
|Target Audience||Classroom Staff / Teacher,Program Administrator,Family Child Care,Parents/guardians|
|Age Groups related to content||Infants,Toddlers,Preschoolers,Schoolagers,Families / Guardians,Foster / Surrogate Parents|
|Core Knowledge Area||Child Growth and Development|
|Child Development Associate Area||To support social and emotional development and to provide positive guidance|
|Early Learning and Development Standards||Social-Emotional Development|
Identify characteristics of young children's thinking and prior experiences that contribute to negative core beliefs and challenging behaviors.
Describe the reasons that children misbehave.
Identify and describe tools and teacher behaviors for classroom management