Reinforcement and Redirection ​A Positive Approach (ECE)

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2 Clock Hours of Early Childhood Education

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Reinforcement and Redirection: A Positive Approach 

2 Clock Hours of Early Childhood Education
As children develop, their understanding of what is right and wrong does as well. It is important as educators to help them understand this distinction and to foster an environment for positive learning and growth. In this course, we will discuss what positive reinforcement and redirection are and how they can be used in an early childhood classroom to benefit children’s development.  

Learning Outcomes:

  • Explain how positive reinforcement is used
  • Demonstrate the correct usage of positive reinforcement to shape behavior when working with children
  • Interpret the difference between bribing and positive reinforcement
  • Discuss effective redirection techniques with peers
  • State some reasons why positive reinforcement is a useful technique  

Washington STARS credit:  Interactions (2 hours)

CDA Unit 3: Supporting Children's Social and Emotional Development (2 hours)

  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool
  • Family Child Care (Mixed-Age)

​Successful Solutions Training in Child Development is a MERIT registered training organization.  


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  • 5
    Enjoyed the training and find it useful and relevant to my position

    Posted by Emelyn on 3rd Feb 2016

    All parts of the training were valuable but I really like the video presentation the best.

  • 5
    Very Helpful

    Posted by Gretchen on 30th Nov 2015

    It is helpful that I can go back and reread something if I would l like. Very helpful I liked. The use of sign language. In the classroom. Too,