At times, teachers feel powerless in the face of challenging behaviors by children. Early childhood professionals can take steps toward lessening these behaviors and increasing joy and engagement in the classroom. In this edWebinar, Michelle Salcedo, M.Ed., Chief Academic Officer at Sunshine House Early Learning Academy, speaker, and author, provides five concrete strategies teachers can implement immediately to make their classrooms more peaceful and more fun for all.
Early childhood education teachers and directors will benefit from watching this recorded session. Learn ways to reduce challenging behaviors and raise engagement in the early childhood classroom.
About the Presenter Michelle Salcedo, M.Ed. is the chief academic officer at the Sunshine House Early Learning Academy, a chain of over 120 childcare centers located across the United States. Her articles on young children frequently appear on the Sunshine House’s website and in the popular childcare journal Exchange. She has worked in the field of early childhood for over 30 years, starting as a “teacher’s helper” in her younger brother’s center. She has served as a teacher, director, trainer, and family educator in numerous childcare settings across Michigan, South Carolina, and Spain. She lives in Greenville, South Carolina.
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