"Helping with Behaviour "shows how to establish good practice in
early years settings, so that all children are supported in
developing positive interactions with each other.
Sue Roffey explains the features of an 'emotionally literate'
environment that meets the needs of more vulnerable children and
looks at how to respond effectively when children are distressed
and hard to manage, providing plenty of ideas and inspiration
Using accessible and down-to-earth language, this book looks at:
- How to foster a sense of belonging and build self-esteem
- How we can help pre-schoolers learn to feel good about complying
- How children can become strong individuals as well as learn to be
- How to identify more worrying behavior and when to refer to other
This book is based on sound psychological theory and research but
written especially for early years practitioners, who will easily
be able to engage with the ideas presented and hence develop strong
principles of positive behavior themselves. The wide range of
concepts included here will be an invaluable source of inspiration,
making this book essential reading for anyone concerned with
vulnerable young children in their care.
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