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Volume 4, Number 1 - April 2015

What strategies can educators use, within an ECE setting, to encourage pro-social behaviour?

Current research within early childhood settings shows that there are varying degrees of teaching abilities, resulting in different teaching styles and ways in which educators manage challenging behaviour with young children. This is a possible weakness, as inconsistency in approach can leave a child feeling distraught and confused. This paper examines how teachers can promote pro-social behaviour, supporting children’s rights, by using collaborative strategies for teachers and parents.


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