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|100 Calm Down Strategies
|It's unlikely someone can be calmed down by being told to CALM DOWN. In fact, just the opposite usually happens. So what can you do when a child is nervously waiting for someone to arrive, refusing to go to the dentist or running in circles out of excitement? Click the link below to access a toolkit of calm down tools and strategies that you can access before, during, and after a crisis.
|12 Easy Ways to Help Burn Energy and Calm Children of All Abilities
|“Many parents are now working from home and trying to juggle distance learning for their children.” Fraser has come up with some ideas to help.
|15 Behavior Strategies for Children on the Autism Spectrum
|In this article you will find 15 supportive behavior strategies for children on the autism spectrum (some strategies can be used with adults as well). Many of the strategies can also be used to help children without autism who have challenging behaviors.
|5 Estrategias efectivas de gestión del aula que se centran en la educación de la primera infancia (5 Effective Classroom Management Strategies That Focus On Early Childhood Education)
|Únase a Karina Elze, miembro de la junta directiva en CICC y anteriormente especialista en RBPD, mientras habla con Susana Villegas, maestra de Pre-K. Ellas compartirán una combinación de estrategias para administrar su salón de clases de Pre-K, abordando estilos de aprendizaje que se enfoquen en los estudiantes y de esta manera motivarlos a aprender más.Join Karina Elze, board member at CICC and former RBPD specialist, as she speaks with Susana Villegas, Pre-K teacher. They will share a combination of strategies for managing your Pre-K classroom, addressing learning styles that focus on students and thus motivate them to learn more.
|50 Calm-Down Ideas to Try with Kids of All Ages
|Navigating childhood challenges can be stressful, and sometimes deep breathing isn't the solution that works for your child. When your child is in need of tension relief, try one of these 50 calm-down techniques.
|7 Secrets to Toddler Discipline
|Just saying “no” doesn’t always work. How to get your child to live and learn -- and not lose your cool in the process.
|8 Tips for Helping Kids with Social Skills Issues Cope with the Holiday Season
|For kids with social skills issues, holiday events can pose challenges and create stress. Use these eight simple tips to help your child successfully navigate this very social season.
|89 Percent of Parents Would Have Emotionally Healthier Kids If They Stopped This 1 Habit
|Researchers found a connection between parents who stopped to interact with devices such as phones, tablets, or laptops during time with their children and those children's behavioral problems, including hyperactivity, whining, and tantrums.
|About Our Kids
|The NYU Child Study Center offers science-based, research-driven psychiatric care to children and adolescents with learning, behavior, and emotional disorders. Our research initiatives advance our understanding of the causes and treatments of child mental disorders, and these findings are then integrated into our clinical care to provide state-of-the-art service. Outreach programs translate scientific research into everyday skills for parents and educators and into practical applications for pediatricians and mental health professionals around the country. Advanced training efforts prepare the next generation of mental health professionals to meet the demands of a complex and expanding field and help ensure that tomorrow's children will continue to benefit from the translation of research into advanced clinical care and effective treatments. The New York University Child Study Center is dedicated to increasing the awareness of child mental health issues and improving the treatment of child psychiatric illnesses through scientific practice, research, and education.
|Activity Level--Children Who Need to Move!
|Cindy and Priscilla discuss a temperament trait that is commonly associated with challenging behaviors in early childhood settings: activity level. While we often think first about a child who is really busy, children who have a low activity level need adaptations to the environment as well in order to have successful experiences. Listen to this podcasts for some strategies as you think about children and their movement in your programs.