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Responding to Behavior Supporting Positive Behavior Guiding Challenging Behavior GIGI SCHWEIKERT WITH JENEICE DECKER AND JENNIFER ROMANOFF GIGI SCHWEIKERT WITH JENEICE DECKER AND JENNIFER ROMANOFF GIGI SCHWEIKERT WITH JENEICE DECKER AND JENNIFER ROMANOFF The foundation for positive behavior begins before a child enters the classroom. This easy-to-use workbook teaches you to create routines and environments that allow children to make good choices, assess whether your expectations of the children are appropriate, and be proactive in preventing behavior issues. Children learn what is acceptable and what is not by testing the behavioral boundaries. Discover ways to model good choices for children and use positive classroom management to help children develop appropriate behavior. You may be the first to notice a child who is struggling with behavior. What do you do to help the child succeed? Learn how to assess the situation and the behavior, document patterns of behavior, and share your concerns with families, and determining if your program is the best fit for the child’s needs. Age focus: 2–5 Softbound, 80 pgs. Age focus: 2–5 Softbound, 80 pgs. Age focus: 2–5 Softbound, 80 pgs. Winning Ways For Early Childhood Professionals: Winning Ways For Early Childhood Professionals: Winning Ways For Early Childhood Professionals: Supporting Positive Behavior Responding to Behavior Guiding Challenging Behavior $19.95 Redleaf Press Product #542300 ISBN: 978-1-60554-230-0 $19.95 Redleaf Press Product #542317 ISBN: 978-1-60554-231-7 $19.95 Redleaf Press Product #542324 ISBN: 978-1-60554-232-4 Available July 2016 Available July 2016 Available July 2016 Winning Ways For Early Childhood Professionals: Behavior Set Mixed pack of one of each workbook above. Redleaf Press Product #542331 $19.95 ISBN: 978-1-60554-233-1 www.RedleafPress.org 8am to 5pm CT Monday-Friday 800-423-8309 Outside the U.S.: 651-641-0508 FEATURED AUTHOR: Gigi Schweikert, is a popular speaker at early childhood conferences and parenting seminars. She is the author of several books, contributes to early childhood periodicals and journals, including Children and Families and Child Care Information Exchange. Gigi hosted a cable television show, Today’s Family, and directed the United Nations Early Childhood Program in New York City and developed the Johnson & Johnson System of Family Centers.