When a child uses challenging behaviors at school, parents and teachers need to work together to address the issue. However, when discussing behavior problems parents often feel blamed by the teachers and teachers often feel unsupported by the parents. This
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Teachers who care for children with behavioral difficulties, often find themselves reacting in ways that reinforce the behavior and make it worse. Behavioral intervention strategies are planned responses to behaviors that help teachers prepare for situations in which past responses
This in-person training gives child care providers an overview of SIDS, identifies the risk factors and describes ways to reduce the risk of SIDS in childcare. Child Care employees who have never had this SIDS training are required to take it
This course is offered as a follow up to the Medication in Child Care required course. Participants must have taken the required course to participate in the skills course. Course Description: Participants will learn the skills needed to safely administer
The environment a teacher creates, paired with her knowledge of the children in her care, can prevent many challenging behaviors in young children. Teachers who create positive social environments find that children more easily develop the social-emotional skills they need
This American Heart Association training for Child Care Providers meets the NC DCDEE requirements for Pediatric First Aid which includes both infant, child, and adult CPR/First Aid/AED. This course will include visual, video, and hands on skill tests. Manikins are provided
As an educator in the classroom, what is in your control? Children have many differences when it comes to their skills and interests. Their strengths can impact their ability to learn and develop. In this training, you will learn how to
Are you hearing about a “pyramid model” and not really sure what that means? Do you wonder how a pyramid relates to challenging behaviors? Are you considering attending a CEU-level learning event about social-emotional development but are afraid to make
Most preschool teachers are diligent about introducing their students to a large variety of literature and pre-literacy activities. But emotional literacy – the ability to identify, understand and respond to emotions in yourself and others in a healthy manner –
This training does not replace the Recognizing and Responding to Suspicions of Child Maltreatment as required in 10A NCAC 09 .1102(g) and 10A NCAC 09 .1703(a)(5). Training Objectives 1. Increase knowledge of prevention and recognition of child abuse and neglect.