Temper Tantrums vs. Meltdowns
Working with Challenging Behaviors.
- 1 hr1 hour
- 45 US dollars$45
Understanding them is the first step to reducing them. This course is designed for educators who want to understand the differences between temper tantrums and meltdowns. Learn to identify the root causes of both and how to effectively manage and respond to each. Learn practical strategies for dealing with challenging behaviors in the classroom and beyond. This course is essential for any educator who works with children who have emotional or behavioral difficulties. By the end of this course, gain a better understanding of temper tantrums and meltdowns and how to effectively handle them in the classroom setting. Learn how to manage meltdowns, how to reduce tantrums, understand big feelings and build lifelong emotion regulation skills. Course formats: This course is offered in group courses and online format when available. Acceptance information: This course is accepted for professional development training requirements and annual in-service hours / credits in most states. Learning Outcomes: ● Develop an understanding of the difference between temper tantrums and meltdowns. ● Identify behaviors and characteristics associated with temper tantrums and meltdowns. ● Learn how to respond to a temper tantrum or melt down in a constructive manner. ● Analyze the triggers and underlying causes of temper tantrums and meltdowns. ● Develop strategies to prevent and manage temper tantrums and meltdowns. ● Describe the importance of self-care and support for educators working with children experiencing temper tantrums and meltdowns. ● Evaluate the impact of temper tantrums and meltdowns on the learning environment. ● Utilize positive reinforcement techniques to encourage desired behaviors. ● Create an action plan to address temper tantrums and meltdowns in the classroom. Topics covered: ● Understanding What Temper Tantrums vs. Meltdowns are ● Causes of Temper Tantrums vs. Meltdowns ● Strategies for Dealing with Temper Tantrums vs. Meltdowns ● Creating an Environment To Reduce Temper Tantrums vs. Meltdowns ● Setting Boundaries and Establishing Consequences ● Teaching Self-Regulation Strategies Assessment methods: Multiple choice quiz and/or written assignments. Instructional methodology: Interactive Instruction, experiential learning, read written material, view videos, and listen to audio segments.
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