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Going Head-to-Head with Challenging Behavior

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One of the most overwhelming responsibilities of all early childhood educators is helping children learn to manage their behavior while also helping children learn how to express their emotions in a positive way to help them get their needs met.   As teachers, we probably have all heard children being described as having “challenging behavior”, but have you ever wondered what this term means? Unfortunately, there is no universally accepted definition of “challenging behavior” among health and mental health professionals. However, challenging behaviors can be described as repeated patterns of behavior that interfere with a child’s ability to learn and be engaged in pro-social interactions. It might be helpful to think about whether a particular behavior is typical for children at a particular age or developmental stage.

We here at H&H Child Care Training offer classes on challenging behaviors to help teachers become better equipped in learning how to address those behaviors in an age-appropriate manner.  To celebrate the holidays, H&H is offering for a limited time Going Head-to Head with  Challenging Behaviors for only $15!  Click here to access the coupon and start your learning journey today!

H & H Child Care Training Courses grant .2 CEUs or more as well as awarding state approved clock hours of 2 or more for all childcare centers, and family childcare providers in many states.  Check with your licensing agency to check for any additional requirements and to see if we are approved in your home state.    


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