When a Child Bites: Prevention and Intervention

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Basic Information

Workshop run by: Carrie Becker
Location:

Online

Presenter: Carrie Becker

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When a Child Bites: Prevention and Intervention
When a Child Bites: Prevention and Intervention

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Additional Information

Fees: $20
Eligible Audience: Early Childhood Educators Birth-Kindergarten and Parents
Credits Awarded: Certificate Awarded for 2 hours of Participation
Materials:

We believe that as educators and parents, we are life-long learners. To that end, Carrie and Danielle work to provide interesting, engaging, and enriching topics where you can expand your understanding of early childhood development as well as apply your knowledge directly to the children you work (or live!) with. Educators can choose from our current catalog of workshops covering a range of early childhood topics from curriculum development to social-emotional learning. Upon completion of a two hour course you will receive a completion certificate.

*Please note that you do not need a PayPal account to pay for a course. PayPal will allow you purchase a course with a credit card without signing up for an account. Participants need a computer with internet access and the ability to take notes.

Workshop Highlights:

Biting is a developmentally appropriate behavior often seen in toddlers and two year olds. As a child matures, gains self-control, develops problem-solving skills, and is able to verbalize their needs, they typically outgrow this behavior. Participants will discover the reasons why a child bites and learn strategies to help them move through this stage of development.