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Managing Extreme Behaviours in the Early Years [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780415467094Series: Tried and Tested StrategiesPublication details: Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, 2008.ISBN:
  • 9780203871805
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Managing Extreme Behaviours in the Early YearsDDC classification:
  • 371.94 649/.153
LOC classification:
  • LC4803.G72M434 2009
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Contents:
BOOK COVER; TITLE; COPYRIGHT; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; INTRODUCTION; 1 SECTION What do we mean by extreme behaviours?; 2 SECTION Extreme behaviours case studies; 3 SECTION Anger management; 4 SECTION Promoting positive behaviour; APPENDICES; GLOSSARY;
Summary: Increasing numbers of children attending pre school provision have led to increasing referrals to the advisory services for behavioural issues. Children appear to be having difficulty conforming to social expectations in educational settings and are presenting us with more extreme behaviours. In spite of much advice already available in the form of written material, books and TV programmes there appears to be an increase in behaviours reported and in practitioners searching for managing strategies. The suggested strategies are based upon long, varied experiences in real life situations and hav
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BOOK COVER; TITLE; COPYRIGHT; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; INTRODUCTION; 1 SECTION What do we mean by extreme behaviours?; 2 SECTION Extreme behaviours case studies; 3 SECTION Anger management; 4 SECTION Promoting positive behaviour; APPENDICES; GLOSSARY;

Increasing numbers of children attending pre school provision have led to increasing referrals to the advisory services for behavioural issues. Children appear to be having difficulty conforming to social expectations in educational settings and are presenting us with more extreme behaviours. In spite of much advice already available in the form of written material, books and TV programmes there appears to be an increase in behaviours reported and in practitioners searching for managing strategies. The suggested strategies are based upon long, varied experiences in real life situations and hav