Describe the stages of grief and the different ways children react to grief and stress. #5046


Describe the stages of grief and the different ways children react to grief and stress.

Learn about the stages of grief and how children respond to grief and stress. Discover effective strategies caregivers can use to teach young children healthy coping mechanisms. Explore early childhood education and child care centers within this comprehensive guide.

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120 hours courses
IACET accredited logo 12 CEUs
online
4.6/5
$400
IACET accredited logo 12 CEUs
online
4.8/5
$400

45 hours courses
IACET accredited logo 4.5 CEUs
online
5/5
$250
IACET accredited logo 4.5 CEUs
online
4.6/5
$399

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Related Outcomes

  1. Describe the difference between unintentional injuries and nonfatal injuries children can experience.
  2. Distinguish how to adapt arts and crafts for younger children and children with different abilities.
  3. Recognize that children develop independence at different stages.
  4. Describe ways to interact with parents that will create a positive experience for both the parents and their children.
  5. Give examples of strategies caregivers can teach young children to cope with grief in healthy ways.
  6. Describe Piaget’s sensorimotor and preoperational stages of cognitive development.
  7. Identify different types of barriers for mixed ages with disabilities and ways to adapt curriculum to fit their needs.
  8. Identify different learning styles of young children
  9. Give examples of ways to collaborate with other professionals involved in the care and education of all children and youth.
  10. Identify ways to support children’s development using the arts.
  11. Demonstrate an understanding of the cognitive and language stages of development in children five to twelve years of age
  12. Describe the rights of children and families and their relation to home visiting.
  13. Define active play in the early childhood classroom and describe its benefits for young children.
  14. Describe the importance of providing opportunities for children to practice independence.
  15. Teachers will identify different ways to communicate with families
  16. Describe ways that coaches and mentors can observe and assess coachees and mentees.
  17. Identify the most common sources of stress for young children.
  18. Identify the signs of illness in children and describe when a child should be excluded from care

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