Children in the Classroom Community Explore the physical, emotional and behavioral issues related to the classroom.
Fears, Phobias and Anxieties in Early Childhood Looks at the fears, phobias and anxieties experienced by young children, providing a general description of seven categories of anxieties, indicators for each of these, and approaches teachers and caregivers can use to help children deal with their disorder.
Johnny, Be Good! Correcting Problem Behavior Examine the ways in which children learn inappropriate behaviors and methods for replacing those behaviors with appropriate behaviors.
Learning Environments for Preschoolers Review the principles of child development and learning, and learn how to create environment in which preschool children develop and learn best.
Learning Styles: Everyone Is Different Explore the three most common ways in which we learn and how each of is learns differently.
Looking to Learn: Observation in Early Childhood Settings Learn why observation is an effective teaching tool, explore the ethical issues surrounding classroom observation, and learn four of the most common methods of observing children.
Making Sense of Sensory Integration Examine the definitions and symptoms of Sensory Processing Disorder, methods of supporting children with processing disorders, and criteria for creating effective sensory environments for all children.
Temper! Temper! Teaching and Caring for Angry Children Explore the basics and expression of anger, and the skills that will enable you to help children cope with their own anger in a positive, successful manner.
Thank Goodness: Getting Positive Results with Positive Reinforcement Learn ways to identify positive reinforcers and how to deliver positive reinforcement to promote desirable behaviors from others.
The Evolution of Self-Esteem in Young Children Examine the characteristics of healthy and unhealthy self-esteem and learn techniques you can use to promote the development of healthy self-esteem in children.
Understanding that Kid! Explore six of the most common and bewildering emotional and behavioral patterns exhibited by children and how to cope with them.
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