Handling undesirable behaviors in preschool
We had a question from a teacher who is looking for some ideas on how to handle challenging behaviors. Here is her question:
"At my school, children seem to be copying the wrong behavior from one another. Let's just say, it's not behavior that is desirable. I need to come up with a positive behavioral plan that HAS worked for others. Any suggestions?"
A great question! To provide some advice, we first turned to our parenting expert, Bill Corbett.
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Bill Corbett is the author of the award-winning parenting book series, LOVE, LIMITS, & LESSONS: A PARENT'S GUIDE TO RAISING COOPERATIVE KIDS (in English and in Spanish) and the executive producer and host of the public access television show CREATING COOPERATIVE KIDS. He is a member of the American Psychological Association and provides parent coaching and keynote presentations to parent and professional audiences across the country. Images used here with permission from Bill Corbett.