Supporting “Bad” Behavior
Activities like running, climbing, throwing, spilling, punching, pinching, kicking, biting, tattling, and yelling are often labeled as bad behavior and many early learning settings attempt to limit them–if not outright ban them. This session take a contrarian view, looking at these activities as learning opportunities and offers up ideas for encouraging and supporting them. It turns out these things can be done in safe ways–without hurting others–and don’t have to create friction between children and their caregivers.
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- Understand the developmental benefits for supporting running, climbing, throwing, spilling, punching, pinching, kicking, biting, tattling, and yelling
- Acquire ideas for creating a space where kids can run, climb, throw, spill, punch, pinch, kick, bite, tattle, and yell
- Examine their feelings and policies about running, climbing, throwing, spilling, punching, pinching, kicking, biting, tattling, and yelling
- Understand that these behaviors are driven by developmental inclinations
Planning Learning Experiences And Curriculum
- 9:00 PM Atlantic
- 8:00 PM Eastern
- 7:00 PM Central
- 6:00 PM Mountain
- 5:00 PM Pacific
- NEBRASKA | This is an approved Nebraska Department Of Education Office Of Early Childhood Automatically Accepted ECE In-Service Training
- ILLINOIS | This is an Illinois Gateways To Opportunity Registry Approved Training
- British Columbia | Explorations Early Learning was told that in BC, “professional development is assessed on a case by case basis after the workshop has been completed and the certificate has been received.” Our certificates contain all the information required for approval and our sessions cover topics that are traditionally approved.
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