Understanding all that affects a young child’s behavior is the first step to helping teachers improve students’ behavior in school. Addressing Challenging Behavior in Early Childhood Settings: A Teacher’s Guide addresses the latest research in student behavior to show teachers how to manage their classrooms in order to improve the behavior of elementary school students by:
Authors Dawn Denno, Victoria Carr and Susan Hart Bell fill the pages of this content-rich book with specific strategies for managing times during the school day that often lead to student behavior problems, including drop-off time, free time, transitions, waiting, and cleanup time. The authors’ “big picture” approach takes into account the differences in students’ home life, personality and peer relationships.
Both pre-service and in-service teachers will appreciate the more than 60 tools and worksheets that are provided on the included CD-ROM.