What is ‘typical’ behaviour in young children? How do you set about changing problem behaviour? What do we mean when we talk about behaviour management? How do I draw up a Behaviour Policy for the nursery? What is the best way of observing and assessing behaviour?
What sort of interventions should I try, and what happens when those don’t seem to be working? How should we support parents who have a child with challenging behaviour?
You'll find the answers in this easy-to-read guide.
Behaviour Management in the Early Years
". . . has strategies for observing and assessing behaviour in a consistent manner as well as analyses of differing types of behaviour and a look at what is ‘typical’ anyway. As well as suggestions of procedures to follow there are helpful explorations of other avenues, in case things do not quite work out as desired, and a section on supporting parents. This book is a companion to the An A-Z of Tricky Behaviours in the Early Years."