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Guidance

Relationships and Challenging Behaviour - Webinar format

Webinar Format

​Author: Monica Carruthers RECE, ECRT, AECEO.C

1 ECE Hour.

Learning Continuum: Foundation

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Challenging behaviour is one of the most discussed issues in Early Learning and Child Care settings. In this workshop we’ll explore some of the main causes of challenging behaviour and why we interpret some communication as challenging. We will discuss our beliefs about children and how we can help children get their needs met by learning social skills and through our healthy relationships

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Supportive and Caring Guidance For Challenging Behavior

Webinar: Jan Blaxall, MASc, RECE, AECEO.C (presenter)

1 ECE HourLearning Continuum: Enhanced

In every early years setting there are some children who struggle with self-regulation while some of these children will have diagnosed special needs that require outside intervention. Many more can learn to self-regulate with appropriate individual support. This module focuses on the principles of individualized approaches to supporting self-regulation that have worked for early childhood educators.

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Effective Positive Child Guidance

Author: Ingrid Crowthers, PHD

1 ECE Hour

Learning Continuum: Enhanced

There are so many questions when it comes to helping children learn how to behave. Dr. Crowther offers a framework for building the foundation of guidance for those who are parenting, caring for and educating young children. Communications and interactions that engage children in acceptable activities are the basis for these strategies. Everyone can benefit from this practical approach.

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Guidance: Time In or Time Out?

Author: Jan Blaxall, MASc, RECE, AECEO.C

1 ECE Hour

Learning Continuum: Foundation

This module discusses one of the most important roles of early years professionals who are caring for and educating young children -  the role of guiding them to develop self-regulation, social skills and emotional literacy. Early childhood practitioners are making the shift to more child-centred approaches to guidance. The use of time-out is being replaced by time-away and time-in. Both of these alternatives have been shown to meet the goals of improved self-regulation and increased ability to express feelings and solve problems related to group involvement. The benefits of making this shift are higher self esteem, a more secure and harmonious social and psychological environment, reduced stress, and increased resilience.

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Supportive Guidance For Challenging Behavior

Author: Jan Blaxall, MASc, RECE, AECEO.C

1 ECE Hour

Learning Continuum: Enhanced

In every early years setting there are some children who struggle with self-regulation while some of these children will have diagnosed special needs that require outside intervention. Many more can learn to self-regulate with appropriate individual support. This module focuses on the principles of individualized approaches to supporting self-regulation that have worked for early childhood educators.

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