Live Virtual: Behavior Guidance: Stating Behavioral Expectations
When children clearly understand what you expect of them, they can more securely play and work within those parameters. In this training, you will explore how and why it is important to state behavioral expectations during activities and routines for preschoolers, toddlers, and mixed-aged groups of children. In this training, you will explore how and why it is important to state behavioral expectations during activities and routines.
You will be introduced to the four steps involved in developing and teaching developmentally appropriate expectations that support children in being successful in meeting appropriate expectations.
This training is appropriate for early care and education professionals who care for preschoolers, toddlers and mixed-aged groups.
This virtual training requires you to use a webcam or front-facing camera to create a more interactive and engaging learning experience. Zoom access information will be provided by email the day before the training.
This course is appropriate for all early care and education professionals in center-based and family child care settings.
Registration Deadline: September 20