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by Janet Andron Hoffman,Leslie R. Williams,Eileen S. Flicker
Pages: 128 pages
Category: Schools & Teaching
Publisher: Teachers College Press; 1 edition (August 19, 2006)
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Janet Andron Hoffman. Describes a classroom management approach called developmental discipline that incorporates observation with knowledge of the individual child, situation, and child development to guide appropriate behavior. Discusses factors associated with behavior problems and how teachers can work with parents to apply developmental discipline techniques and foster children's development of appropriate behavior. The highest quality early childhood centers in the US and abroad advocate the use of positive guidance.
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A guide to behavior management for teachers, parents, and other caregivers. Starting with infancy, this work explains that typical daily routines are prime opportunities for parents and childcare providers to introduce limits to very young children. It also takes a look at ways to guide the behavior of preschoolers and kindergartners. Guiding children's behavior : developmental discipline in the classroom, Eileen S. Flicker, Eileen S author. Publication Information. New York : Teachers College Press.
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Most early childhood teachers would tell you that creativity is important; and that creativity should be considered an integral part of every early childhood classroom. Yet, too often, it is slighted in some areas or limited to being a part of art education
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Children’s behaviour must be understood in the context of one’s own expectations about what is ‘challenging’ whilst considering children’s developmental level. For instance, a child may consistently hit other children
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This comprehensive guide to classroom management is also the only book to emphasize observation as the best way to determine developmentally appropriate interventions. By following a process for observing children, educators will learn how to see beyond children’s manifest behavior to focus on their motivations, needs, and interests. Featuring a series of chapters organized by age, from birth through elementary school, this book:Helps teachers to individualize discipline practices, including ways to use the curriculum to prevent and manage challenging behaviors.Offers supportive vignettes and a menu of developmentally appropriate strategies that teachers can choose from.Questions the effectiveness of frequently used discipline methodologies, such as time-outs and coerced apologies.Includes a training module to help teachers, administrators, and parents to work together to create more consistency between home and school.Provides useful forms to keep track of peer interactions, teacher and student self-reflections, parent observations, teacher disciplinary practices, bullying, and more.