webinar

Behavior Management

Date:
February 19, 2024
Time:
1pm EST
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Course Info
State Approval
CDA / NAEYC
Instructor
training HOURS
2 training/clock hours
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CEU
0.2 CEUs
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TARGET AUDIENCE
Ages 0-6 years
LEARNING OUTCOMES
1. Students will learn how to analyze challenging behavior, consistently and calmly.
2. Students will learn about how to apply time out, versus time in, to promote positive behavior and long-term success.
3. Students will learn about child inclusion and understand how to teach inclusion.
4. Students will learn how to understand children who bite and learn skills and techniques to redirect this behavior.
Bertelsen Education courses are internationally accredited through IACET.
Bertelsen Education is IACET Accredited and is approved to offer CEU's generally in all fifty states.
Bertelsen Education courses are also approved with many state registries (approved states indicated by bold and underlined lettering below).
New courses are constantly being approved on registries, so check your individual state registry for the most current list of approved professional development courses in your state.
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This course counts towards the following CDA core competencies and naeyc standards:
3 - Supporting children's social and emotional development
This course counts towards the following naeyc standards:
1- Relationships
3 - Teaching
Meet the instructor

Megan Harrison

Megan Harrison graduated from Brigham Young University-Idaho in December of 2021 with a focus in marriage and family studies.
Megan worked as a respite care provider, working with children with disabilities which helped her to gain hands on knowledge and understanding of childcare. This gave her many opportunities to combine her education with hands-on experiences which prepared for her many future events. Megan volunteered in Oregon for 18 months teaching and working with many people coming from a wide variety of backgrounds.
She is a wife, a mother to 2 dogs who are the center of her life and is expecting her first baby girl. Megan is originally from Pennsylvania, but recently moved to North Carolina.