Practicing Positive Guidance with Preschool and School-Age Children
In this course, participants will explore the concept of positive guidance and why it is so important to use positive guidance in their work with preschool and school-age children. This course focuses on the use of developmentally appropriate practices as well as the child development theories that support positive guidance practices.
Georgia, Nevada, New York
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Assessing Young Children: Part 3 – Interpreting Data and Improving PracticesRated 4.46666666667 out of 5Course ID: CCEI1220Course Hours: 1Course Level: Intermediate
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