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Online Learning Summer 2014: Positive Behavioral Supports for Young Children

Learn the evidence-based models to promote social-emotional development for young children

About this course:

This course is being offered in an experimental format. Students are welcome to audit the course, and participate in all course activities. Certificates will not be issued. Course begins June 10, 2014.

Many early childhood educators report feeling ill equipped to meet the needs of children with challenging behavior and frustrated in their attempts to develop safe and nurturing early learning environment. If you work with young children, you are not alone in your feelings! Increasing evidence suggests that an effective approach to addressing problem behavior is the adoption of a model that focuses on promoting social-emotional development, providing support for children’s appropriate behavior, and preventing challenging behavior. In this class, you will learn a framework for addressing the social and emotional development and challenging behavior of young children.

Watch the ECFS302x course introduction video with instructor Gail Joseph, CQEL Director:

Course Code: ECFS302x, Classes Start: June 10, 2014, Course Length: 9 weeks

For more about this course, and to register, visit EdX Online.