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Ready 4 Success: Challenging Behavior (23-24)

Self-paced
1.5 credits

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About This Course

Many educators report that classroom discipline is their greatest challenge, yet early intervention and support for children at this level is crucial because it can interrupt the developmental pathway to antisocial behavior later in life. The Challenging Behaviors module will introduce participants to the Pyramid Model and explain how a tiered approach can provide universal support to all children. Participants will gain an understanding of developmentally appropriate prevention and discipline strategies. They will also learn how to create a behavior support team and generate a behavior support plan for those children with intensive behavior intervention needs. 

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  1. Define discipline and punishment and identify age appropriate developmental levels that impact children's behavior. 
  2. Gain an understanding of the behavior pyramid and how the tiered approach to provides universal supports to all children.
  3. Identify ways prevention and discipline strategies that can be used to inform practice.
  4. Examine ways that teachers can work with others to create and implement a behavior support plan.

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information iconThis course is a part of the Ready 4 Success Professional Development Series facilitated by the Schoenbaum Family Center in the College of Education and Human Ecology at The Ohio State University. At this time ONLY Ready 4 Success partners will receive Step Up To Quality (OCCRRA) credit for this module.

 

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