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Toddlers: Containing the Aggression


Event Description

Participants will review and discuss why toddlers get aggresive, ways toddler show aggression, and why toddlers need aggression for their development. Participants will learn how to help toddlers contain their aggression and redirect aggression to more productive feelings . Participants will also learn how to protect toddlers from inside aggression and outside aggression. Group activities and presentation is required.


Sessions / Training Location Info


Session Being Hosted At:
- ZOOM 19910 Malvern Shaker Heights 44122 Cuyahoga (directions)

Instructor(s)

Pamela Millar

Event Information

Contact Hours 3.00
Training approved for OA-L2
Registration deadline Nov 24, 2021
Number of open seats 29
Event Contact Pamela Jones
Contact Email pmillar@hannaperkins.org
Contact Phone (216)929-0200

Topic Areas

Target Audience Staff working with children with special needs,Program Administrator,Family Child Care,Parents/guardians
Age Groups related to content Toddlers
Core Knowledge Area Child Growth and Development, Learning Environments and Experiences
Child Development Associate Area To support social and emotional development and to provide positive guidance
Early Learning and Development Standards Social-Emotional Development
Assessment Type None

Objectives

Objective:

Participants will understand why toddlers need aggression; why toddlers become aggressive and  the ways toddlers show their aggression. We will discuss how to identify behaviors toddlers exhibit when they cannot contain their aggression.

 
Core Knowledge Document: Ohio's Early Childhood Core Knowledge and Competencies *REVISED*
 
Area: Child Growth and Development
 
Subgroup: Developmental Process
 
Competency: 2.4 Applies knowledge of age and individually appropriate norms to establish appropriate expectations for children.
Objective:

Participants will understand the ways toddlers are exposed to aggression, how to provide a secure and nurturing environment. Participants will understand the importance of understanding the "why" of the agression instead of  trying to control the aggressive behaviors. We will discuss ways to help toddelrs redirect their aggression to productive actions.

 
Core Knowledge Document: Ohio's Early Childhood Core Knowledge and Competencies *REVISED*
 
Area: Learning Environments and Experiences
 
Subgroup: Interactions and Relationships
 
Competency: 2.2 Assists children in identifying and expressing their feelings in culturally and socially acceptable ways and gathers information from parents regarding effective strategies to support children.
Objective:

Participants will review a case study and identify: why the child is aggressive; how the toddler is showing their aggression; is it inside or outside aggression; what is their understanding of the aggressive behavior shown and how they will help the toddler contain the aggression and move it to a more productive action.

Participants will present their case to the group for questions and comments.

 
Core Knowledge Document: Ohio's Early Childhood Core Knowledge and Competencies *REVISED*
 
Area: Child Growth and Development
 
Subgroup: Developmental Process
 
Competency: 2.4 Applies knowledge of age and individually appropriate norms to establish appropriate expectations for children.
Objective:

Participants will review learning points of training and share how they will implement what they learned in their daily routine when working with children.

 
Core Knowledge Document: Ohio's Early Childhood Core Knowledge and Competencies *REVISED*
 
Area: Professionalism
 
Subgroup: Continuous and Reflective Professional Development
 
Competency: 1.2 Reflects on own practices and utilizes professional resources, including input from supervisor and colleagues, in order to improve practices.

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