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Challenging Behaviors: Who’s the Problem, Them or You? – Part 2

When children are engaged in persistent behaviors that are difficult to manage, adults frequently experience powerlessness, especially when working with young children they describe as defiant or oppositional. This results in harsh discipline of young children. This workshop discusses the relationship between children’s behavior and adult’s responses. It also highlights the difference between typical behavior and behaviors that challenge adults. The role of implicit bias on behavioral expectations will be discussed and strategies will be provided to prevent and address undesired behaviors.


  • Dr. Rosemarie AllenMSU Denver, Associate Professor, Early Childhood Education Faculty, Georgetown University and President & CEO Institute for Racial Equity & Excellence




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