How can I help children treat each other fairly?

Chil­dren are always learn­ing and observ­ing from the world around them. This includes every­thing from the way you react to their mis­takes to stereo­types in our soci­ety. It is your role as a child­care provider to notice children’s stereo­typ­i­cal atti­tudes, the stereo­typ­i­cal com­ments they make, and their actions that stem from these atti­tudes. By help­ingCon­tin­ue read­ing “How can I help chil­dren treat each oth­er fairly?”

Does my Care Course have an expiration date?

Care Cours­es is ded­i­cat­ed to pro­vid­ing you with the most up-to-date infor­ma­tion based on new research find­ings, licens­ing reg­u­la­tions, and safe­ty pro­to­cols. As a care­giv­er, you need to be equipped with cur­rent knowl­edge and use best prac­tices when work­ing with young children.

Is time-out an appropriate discipline technique?

Many adults see time-out as a valu­able non-vio­­lent method of dis­ci­plin­ing mis­be­hav­ing chil­dren. Although this is a com­mon view, it is a mis­guid­ed one. Time-out can fos­ter hos­til­i­ty, resent­ment, and even defi­ance in a child. Children’s behav­ior that adults con­sid­er “bad” is real­ly evi­dence of some prob­lem the child is expe­ri­enc­ing. Instead of ban­ish­ing the childCon­tin­ue read­ing “Is time-out an appro­pri­ate dis­ci­pline technique?”

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