Students will practice age-appropriate positive guidance techniques and strategies for coping with challenging situations. (Standards may be integrated into each developmental age under Strands 4 and 5.)
Analyze appropriate positive guidance techniques and identify parenting styles.
Child Care-SLCC FHS 2600 Internet Chapter 6(Discipline)
This is an overview of the Salt Lake Community College Internet Course FHS 2600 Introduction to Early Childhood Education Chapter 2 and covers:
- Positive Statements
- Types of Parenting
Environment Review and Test
This is a review of the physical classroom environment for a preschool, first-aid procedures, and positive guidance techniques. Positive guidance techniques include ways to guide small children, such as redirection, time out, assertive discipline, and behavior modification. A test will be given following the review. The students will have already learned the information in periods previous to this one.
Positive Guidance Techniques
Through a power-point presentation and participation in a discussion, students will learn about different guidance techniques for children. The class will end with an application of their knowledge as students create a roller-box story to share with the class.
SELF-CONCEPT / ESTEEM
Lesson deals with the responsibility of parents to help promote good self-concept in their children. The importance of a child's self-esteem and ways to help a child feel good about him/herself are included
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