Supporting “Bad” Behavior

$10.00

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.

Note: The session qualifies as approved Nebraska Department Of Education Office Of Early Childhood Automatically Accepted ECE In-Service Training

94 in stock

Description

Learning Goals

Attendees will:

  • 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

Competency Area

Planning Learning Experiences And Curriculum

Length

60 Minutes

Time

  • 9:00 PM Atlantic
  • 8:00 PM Eastern
  • 7:00 PM Central
  • 6:00 PM Mountain
  • 5:00 PM Pacific

Event Details

Date: August 05, 2021

Start time: 07:00 p.m. CDT

End time: 08:00 CDT

Venue: ZOOM Meeting Platform

Directions: Log on for the event at least 5 minutes before start time at the link provided in the email you'll receive after registering.