Managing Disruptive Behaviors: Promoting Positive Learning
2.5 Credit Hours
This 2.5 hour course shares common disruptive behaviors among young children, the influence of temperament, personality and the environment on behavior, and management strategies for birth through school-age children. Managing Disruptive Behaviors: Promoting Positive Learning falls under Interactions, Relationships and the Environment (IRE) Competency 3: Identifies factors that contribute to positive interactions with the environment. The learning objectives for this course are:
- Identifies factors that influence behavior in EC environments.
- Identifies personality characteristics that influence behavior in EC environments.
- Identifies temperament characteristics that influence behavior in EC environments.
- Supports positive behavior in EC environments.
- Advocates for positive behavior in EC environments.
Upon enrolling in this course, you have 7 days to complete all content and activities.
Marge is a health consultant to child care providers in northern Illinois providing quality assurance visits to licensed centers and family/home settings. In a cooperative partnership with child care providers, Marge offers in-services to reinforce compliance with licensing and public health standards to ensure the health and safety of all children enrolled in the early childhood setting. She is a licensed registered nurse in Wisconsin, Missouri, Virginia and Illinois, and Nursing Home Administrator in Illinois and Missouri. Dr. Holland regularly presents at local, state and national level workshops/conferences.
Dr. Holland has over 30 years experience as an educational instructor in the health care field, and early care & education environments.
Marge received her Bachelor Degree of Science in Nursing, her Master’s Degree of Public Administration in Health Care Education Administration and her doctorate degree in public health and health care administration.
She holds credentials as a Master Trainer Level 15 for Wisconsin.