Experiencing consequences is a key part of the learning process when children make mistakes. When consequences don’t result in changed behavior, it is stressful for teachers, parents, and children and when used ineffectively, consequences rarely foster permanent behavior change. Based on principles of positive discipline, emotional intelligence and brain-based learning, this session will examine how consequences can be used effectively to motivate children as they learn new skills.
- Courses must be taken within the first 120 days after purchase. This includes in-person skills assessment if you have purchased a blended course. After 120 days, courses will expire. No extensions will be given.
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