Behaviors that Still Challenge Children and Adults
Young children need caring, responsive adults who build relationships with them and who provide developmentally appropriate experiences. They need adults who implement individualized strategies for children whose behavior interrupts their optimal development and learning. The July 2011 issue ofYoung Children focuses on "Behaviors that Still Challenge Children and Adults." Theme articles focus on dual language learners with challenging behaviors, rough play, superhero play, sexual development in young children, positive behavior strategies, and self-regulation.
NAEYC members can read this entire issue of Young Children online in the Members Only area.
Developing Young Children's Self-Regulation through Everyday Experiences / Ida Rose Florez
Research in Review. Caring about Caring: What Adults Can Do to Promote Young Children's Prosocial Skills / Marilou Hyson and Jackie L. Taylor
The Reading Chair / Isabel Baker and Miriam Baker Schiffer