Nov 26, 2020  
2019-2020 Academic Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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TED-2200 Guiding Behavior in Educational Settings


Credits 3
 

This course develops an understanding of the strategies for managing and guiding behaviors in children from birth to adolescence. Focuses on how to foster positive social interactions and to engage in positive guidance strategies in a variety of educational settings.
Prerequisite(s): Reading proficiency. TED-1100 , TED-1200 , TED-1300 , and TED-1400 

Rule: ECE A.A.S. students must also take TED-1110  prior to taking 2000 level courses.
(ECE 2600)
(Not offered summer.)

Course Outcomes

  1. Discuss the developmental stages of the socio-emotional domain of children, ages birth to adolescence.
  2. Apply the major theories and how they relate to the socio-emotional domain of children, ages birth to adolescence.
  3. Apply the major theories and how they relate to the socio-emotional domain of children, ages birth to adolescence.
  4. Formulate developmentally appropriate short and long term goals for guiding children’s behaviors.
  5. Examine developmentally appropriate strategies for developing and guiding prosocial behaviors in children, ages birth to adolescence, including the use of play, conflict management, cooperative learning, and the physical environment.
  6. Describe how culture impacts both the behavior of children and the ways in which behaviors are managed.
  7. Describe appropriate methods to manage persistent and unproductive patterns of behavior in children, ages birth to adolescence.




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