Intervening Early: Promoting Positive Behaviour in Young Children

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Routledge, Nov 12, 2012 - Education - 88 pages
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When the behaviour of young children causes concern, practitioners often find it difficult to identify exactly what the child’s needs are or how to focus their support most effectively. This book helps meet this challenge. Its inclusive approach seeks to promote positive behaviour in all children. The book includes:

  • a straightforward assessment process to identify children who need additional support
  • practical strategies to encourage positive behaviour and promote emotional well being
  • informative case studies that show how solutions work in practice.

This book is an ideal resource for all early years practitioners working across a variety of settings for young children.

 

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Contents

PART II Ideas for support
11
References
48
Recommended resources
49
Activity badges
51
Behaviour policy
55
Problem solving and conflict resolution
65
Circle time
69
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Hilary Smith is a brilliant young writer and artist living largely off the grid (but very reachable by email and snail mailA[aŽaand telephone, when necessary) in the Pacific Northwest.

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