Techniques for Behavior Change in Young Children

EDUC X 312.42

In this online course, students learn theories of behavior change, cultural impacts on behavior, and how to create classroom environments and use strategies that help children to control their behaviors.


What you can learn.

  • Learn theories of behavior change for young children
  • Help children control their own behaviors
  • Create a classroom environment that works

About this course:

This course is an overview of the various methods for changing, adapting, and managing individual children’s behavior. Instruction covers assertive discipline, behavior modification, and other authoritarian and egalitarian approaches to behavior change in young children. The advantages, disadvantages, and appropriate use of each approach are analyzed. Applies toward Title 22 Regulations and Title 5 Child Development Permits; elective course for both Basic and/or Advanced Core Certificates. Letter grade of "C" or better required for California ECE Permits.

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This course applies towards the following certificates & specializations…

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