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Teaching and Learning about Behaviour

Teaching and learning about behaviour

In this chapter the following questions will be discussed:

  • What is involved in the learning process?
  • Why should we challenge existing routines?
  • How can we help children develop reflection, resourcefulness and resilience?

The character of our teacher—learner interaction will influence how we feel about our work. Both children and adults can be in teacher and learner roles. There are several different ways we can support children's learning. Our approach to problems will influence how we respond to the challenges the children present. Making conscious decisions jointly with other team members about how we will respond to children's behaviour helps to establish consistency. Routines need to be viewed from the child's perspective so that they do not give ...

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