Guidance and Discipline Online Courses

Learn more about the topic of guidance and discipline covered in one of the child care provider training courses below. Overcome challenging behaviors and provide guidance and discipline. Learn how to respond to challenging infant and toddler behaviors and more.

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Certificates from the previous Extension Online system are not transferable to this new system but may be requested by completing an online form. Request Certificates

ADD and AD/HD – Classroom Strategies

In this course, early childhood educators (ECE) will be provided an overview of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Hyperactive Disorders as they occur in the context of early childhood. ECEs will also be provided with strategies for engaging with and managing behavior of the individual child.

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Overcoming Challenging Behaviors

Some of the most common challenging behaviors are biting, aggression, and non-compliance. Discover strategies to help children achieve positive behavioral outcomes and reflect on behavior management techniques.

$12.00 More Info
Positive Guidance and Discipline

One of the most challenging aspects of child care is deciding upon a style of discipline that is appropriate, effective, and in the best interest of each child. Students will learn about the strengths and weaknesses of various disciplinary styles and explore strategies for setting and enforcing healthy limits.

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Positive Guidance: Why, What, and How?

Guidance and discipline issues are two of the most challenging aspects of any early childhood teacher's work. Explore what contributes to problem behaviors and how to work with children to promote positive behaviors. Examine the effects of the classroom environment on children's behaviors.

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Responding to Challenging Infant Toddler Behavior

Infants and toddlers engage in challenging behaviors as a way of communicating that they have unmet needs. Enroll to learn how to recognize, understand, and develop responses to these types of behavior as well as working with a team to fully assess and address challenging infant and toddler behavior.

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