Photo credit: Matt MolinariWhen it comes to early childhood education, nothing is more important than forming meaningful relationships with the youngsters under your care.
Given that a child's first 5-7 years are so crucial for social and intellectual development, it's no surprise that behavior management is a key part of the relationship-building process.
Learning how to observe, understand, and effectively respond to challenging behavior is key to building trust with children.
With trust comes better communication, which in turn helps kids learn and grow. That's why behavior intervention is a key component of early childhood education training.