Jody Lehman, Region 1 Child Care Consultant

Sometimes it seems that children function in two distinct gears, happy and mad. They act in dramatic attention seeking ways to make us very aware of their feelings. They may hit, bite, scream, bang their heads or use a number of other creative ways to express themselves. Their tantrums and acting out can be very overwhelming to child care providers, teachers, parents and anyone else in their pa
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Valuable learning opportunities in many developmental areas take place during puppet play.
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Teaching empathy can help children to acknowledge their behaviors, problem solve to fix them and be less likely to repeat them.
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Programs that take the EC-PBIS training report that it gives staff guidance on how to interact and appropriately build relationships with children.
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There are many positive ways to cope that you can easily incorporate in to your program to decrease and/or eliminate negative behaviors.
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Posted by ICCRR in News on 5/24/2019
T.E.A.C.H. scholarship for early childhood educators.
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Posted by ICCRR in News on 5/15/2019
Recognizing the Workforce Behind the Workforce - Why increasing compensation for the early childhood workforce should be one of your priorities.
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