ECE204N : Behavior Guidance & Classroom Management in Early Childhood Education

This course provides a study of theories and strategies related to the positive, supportive, developmentally appropriate guidance of the young child in the group environment. Emphasis is placed on creating environments that are flexible and respectful, and are socially and culturally sensitive for all children and their families. Strategies for building an encouraging classroom in order to minimize disruptive behavior and support the development of the young child will be explored. Workable strategies for conflict management, quick intervention and crisis management techniques will be examined. This course requires a minimum of eight hours of field observation.


ECE101N, ECE102N, ECE104N.