ou can support children to learn to manage their behaviour when you: • view children as capable and competent and approach situations from a strengths based perspective • ensure they feel secure and let them know that you are there to help and support them • provide positive reinforcement, encouraging a strong sense ...
Working as a childcare professional can be a challenge especially when dealing with behavioural problems which may arise. The techniques we use when dealing with children's behaviour are obviously going to be different than those used by parents. Our aim is to provide the children with a positive atmosphere and establishing opportunities for recognizing and reinforcing appropriate behaviour.
The strategies listed below will enable you to maintain responsible behaviour and help you to prevent undesirable behaviour, for each child.
I'm not sure it matters what you teach in terms of whether you'll be good at managing groups. The most important thing is to keep the group engaged and moving forward. If you can do that, then you'll be successful, regardless of the topic.
One of the things that they do is that they check in with each group every morning. They monitor the groups and make sure that things are running smoothly, and that all the students are getting along. They also make sure that the groups are respecting the space and not making too much noise.
The most important thing I’ve learned is that managing a group is a lot like herding cats. If you try to control everything and everyone all at once, they’ll scatter in different directions and it will be impossible to get them together to do anything. You have to be patient and go at their pace.