Biting and Other Aggressive Behaviors in Young Children | 3 Hours

Biting and Other Aggressive Behaviors in Young Children | 3 Hours

We'll look at causes of biting and aggression in young children, and strategies to help you in the classroom.

About this course

Biting and aggression are common occurrences in young children. They are especially evident when children have to manage themselves in group situations such as classrooms and playgroups. This course looks at the causes of this aggression in very young children, and tips and strategies to help manage this behavior in the early education classroom.

Important!

This course requires you to download and print documents to use in activities. You will also need to be able to scan & email/ email photographs back to us.

If you cannot do this, please do not enroll in this course.

Curriculum

  • Introduction
  • Overview
  • Fighting & Biting
  • Causes of Aggression
  • Getting Started
  • Toddlers & Aggression
  • H.A.L.T.
  • Strategies for Success
  • Daily Routines
  • Observations of Aggressive Behaviors
  • Guide to Managing Aggressive Behaviors
  • Conclusion
  • What Have You Learned?

About this course

Biting and aggression are common occurrences in young children. They are especially evident when children have to manage themselves in group situations such as classrooms and playgroups. This course looks at the causes of this aggression in very young children, and tips and strategies to help manage this behavior in the early education classroom.

Important!

This course requires you to download and print documents to use in activities. You will also need to be able to scan & email/ email photographs back to us.

If you cannot do this, please do not enroll in this course.

Curriculum

  • Introduction
  • Overview
  • Fighting & Biting
  • Causes of Aggression
  • Getting Started
  • Toddlers & Aggression
  • H.A.L.T.
  • Strategies for Success
  • Daily Routines
  • Observations of Aggressive Behaviors
  • Guide to Managing Aggressive Behaviors
  • Conclusion
  • What Have You Learned?