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Responding appropriately to challenging behaviors Part 3


Event Description

 As an early learning professional, family member or other professional working with children 0-5 it is hard to avoid encountering challenging behavior.  This series of 4 sessions will discuss a common definition of challenging behavior.  We will explore the contrast between developmentally appropriate behavior with deviations from typical development.   Factors contributing to challenging behaviors will be explored.  Elements of prevention, intervention and a development of tools for supporting and communicating with families and early childhood professionals through the intervention process will be discussed. At the completion of this 4 part series, participants will be able to identify, prevent, intervene and develop a behavior plan to address challenging behaviors in children. 


Sessions / Training Location Info


Session Being Hosted At:
Trumbull County Mental Health and Recovery Board - 4076 Youngstown Rd SE Warren 44555 Trumbull (directions)

Instructor(s)

Marci Masters

Event Information

Contact Hours 2.50
Training approved for OA-L2
Registration deadline Feb 17, 2017
Number of open seats 17
Event Owner Marci Masters
Sponsor Phone (330) 793-2487

Topic Areas

Target Audience Classroom Staff / Teacher,Staff working with children with special needs,Program Administrator,Family Child Care,Parents/guardians
Age Groups related to content Infants,Toddlers,Preschoolers,Schoolagers,Young Adult,Families / Guardians,Foster / Surrogate Parents,Instructor / TA Specialists
Core Knowledge Area N/A
Child Development Associate Area To support social and emotional development and to provide positive guidance
Early Learning and Development Standards Social-Emotional Development
Approaches Toward Learning
Assessment Type None

Objectives

Objective:

By the end of this session, participants will be able to recognize the difference between skill development and skill performance and explore how each of these impacts behavior planning.

 
Core Knowledge Document: Ohio's Early Childhood Core Knowledge and Competencies *REVISED*
 
Area: Child Growth and Development
 
Subgroup: Appropriate Environments and Experiences
 
Competency: 2.6 Plans activities based on family input that support learning and development and address the developmental and educational goals of children.
Objective:

By the end of this session, participants wil explore and become familiar with different Support Plan Models and discover how they may utilize in planning for children. 

 
Core Knowledge Document: Ohio's Early Childhood Core Knowledge and Competencies *REVISED*
 
Area: Learning Environments and Experiences
 
Subgroup: Interactions and Relationships
 
Competency: 2.4 Adapts to and includes each child, individually adjusting for his/ her temperament, personality, strengths, interests and development. Seeks to identify causes of challenging behaviors and uses guidance approaches that promote positive behaviors, problem-solving, self-regulation and self-control.

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