Helping Children Resolve Peer Conflict

Type
Course
Date of Publication
July 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

Dealing with conflict between children can be extremely frustrating. However, peer conflict is an entirely normal part of growing up. This course will teach you about positive and negative aspects of children's conflict, why children engage in conflict with their peers, and how to effectively manage children's conflicts.

Course Information Dealing with conflict between children can be extremely frustrating. However, peer conflict is an entirely normal part of growing up. This course will teach you about positive and negative aspects of children's conflict, why children engage in conflict with their peers, and how to effectively manage children's conflicts. The learner should be able to:Articulate the positive and negative aspects of children's peer conflictsUnderstand why children engage in conflict with their peersEffectively manage children's peer conflicts by teaching them age-appropriate conflict resolution skills*This course qualifies for 1 clock hour of credit. This course was updated with funding 100% provided by federal Child Care and Development Funds from the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, as part of an $8,000,000 grant from the Texas Workforce Commission.

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