Read the article Developmentally Appropriate Child Guidance: Helping Children Gain Self-Control.
Identify two to three classroom management situations (e.g. raising hand to speak) that you would be likely to encounter in an early childhood classroom. Describe how you would address these situations in ways that are developmentally appropriate to young children.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 8:35 am ad1c9bdddf
1. Students with poor social skill
2. Risk of emotional and behavioral issues
3. Uncomfortable in the learning environment
The key for classroom management are the general behavior practices grounded in learning theory. The management approach is to set rules to be applied in the behavior change process. Behavior change relies heavily on the management principle.
• Develop a routine it is important for young students. It gives them a sense of familiarity and comfort in the learning environment. Begin setting up a routine by establishing procedures for certain activities, such as lining up for music class, indoor recess, returning art supplies, taking ...
An awesome classroom management strategy begins with rules appropriate for child guidance. Listed here are excellent goals and strategies to used for various conditions you would likely encounter in an early childhood classroom.
Effective Childcare Program
* Reflect on each age group as it pertains to effective child care programs(Infant/Toddler, Preschool, or School Age). Evaluate the options for child care for each group and the kinds of programs that would appeal to parents. List the important issues related to quality care for each group.
* Conduct an internet search to learn about one of the important organizations (National Association for the Education of Young Children, National Association of Family Child Care, Center for the Child Care Work Force, Children's Defense Fund, National Association of Research and Referral Agency,) concerned with quality child care, Write a paragraph summarizing how the agency supports the needs of young children.
* How could you relay this perspective to parents?