Teaching children social skills, perspective taking, __________ are important discipline strategies that promote lifelong, harmonious social interaction. A. forgiveness, and restitution B. effective communication, and emotion regulation C. forgiveness, and emotion regulation D. effective communication, and restitution i think its

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  1. Social Studies

    __________ is the perspective in geography that examines locations on the planet based on their relative location to objects. a. the ecological perspective b. the spatial perspective*** c. the global perspective d. none of the above

  2. Children Development

    In your words, describe nine learning experiences (activities) that cover each of the following areas: RC II-1 Science/Sensory RC II-2 Language and Literacy RC II-3 Creative Arts RC II-4 Fine Motor (Indoor Activity) RC II-5 Gross Motor (Outdoor Activity)

  3. world history

    How did the social structure develop in settled farming villages during the Neolithic Revolution? A)Women formed and supervised a council of elders. B)Men taught young children survival skills. C)Women gained prestige as warriors and leaders. D)Men began

  4. Social Studies

    __________ is the perspective in geography that examines locations on the planet based on their human impact to the other objects around them. a. the ecological perspective*** b. the spatial perspective c. the global perspective d. none of the above

  5. Creating High-Quality Centers

    The sensory center can help children develop skills and knowledge in which of the following domains? A. Physical and social B. Physical only C. Physical, social, emotional, and cognitive D. Physical, social, and cognitive my answer is c.

  6. psychology

    Teaching children social skills, perspective taking, __________ are important discipline strategies that promote lifelong, harmonious social interaction. A. forgiveness, and restitution B. effective communication, and emotion regulation C. forgiveness, and

  7. Reflective Checklist

    List two items you would expect to see in a setting for a children 3-5 years of age that promote social interaction?

  8. Focus on the Child, Part 2

    Which of the following is not true of social skills? A. Social skills help to foster cooperation and interdependent relationships. B. Social skills are related to the culture within which they're formed. C. Social skills are more strongly associated with

  9. CHILD DEVELOPMENT

    CAN YOU PLEASE CHECK... The first step to reaching long term discipline goals is to: A. set specific consequences for specific behaviors. B. set up a reward program. C. determine the cause of the behavior. D. determine the desired results of the discipline

  10. psychology

    A company supervisor asks for volunteers from the first shift to help assemble a new binding machine that must be on-line within the next 24 hours. Grady lifts his chin and his shoulders, nods, and says, "I can do it." In the social cognitive perspective

  11. history

    The romantic movement drew upon the idea that a. all social change should be motivated by religious faith. b. only love could solve social problems. c. reason, not emotion, should motivate true art. d. each individual brings a unique perspective to the

  12. Social Studies Help

    The social unit most responsible for teaching the custom and traditions of a culture is? (A) The family (B) The government (C) The army (D) The schools Two important features of a culture are? (A) Weather and writing (B) Language (C) Economy and Climate

  13. child development

    Which of the following is correct about learning strategies in childhood ? A.most children spontaneously master learning strategies b.children can taught how to use strategies effectively. C.stratees for effective learning and memory are used until late

  14. Discipline

    Kyle, a two-and-a-half- year old, is stacking blocks in the block center. Karen is playing beside him with some large cars. As their teacher Melanie watches, Karen rolls her car into Kyle's tower causing it to fall. Kyle hits Karen causing her to cry.

  15. SOCIAL STUDIES

    Why were settlement houses crucial centers of progressive action??? A.) They provided literary and phil perspective on social questions *** b.)They showed women only concerned were as wives and mothers c.)They brought attention to a broader array of urban

  16. preschool

    Describe 9 learning experiences for 3,4,5 year old children. Each learning experiences should promote physical, cognitive, and creative development. Describe the goals,materials,and teaching strategies.

  17. Physical Education

    Discuss how each developmental concept might impact the physical education environment from a teaching and learning perspective -social development -moral development -emotional development -search for identity -behavior and self-esteem

  18. enhaning self-esteem

    Help please. 2)according to many social scientists,adolescence ends for most people? A.when the physcial and intellectual changes of puberty have occurred. B.by the time the person reaches age 20. C.when they're most comfortable with and have a clear

  19. child development

    which factors seems to be most important for the development of make-believe play? a)Maturation of the frontal lobes and the cerebellum b)Children's readiness to engage in make-believe play and social experiences that promote t c)Development of perspective

  20. Life Span Development

    Social skills training programs are interventions in which children are taught specific, discrete behaviors that can facilitate effective social interactions, like making eye contact and asking appropriate questions. Assessments of these interventions

  21. enhancing children's self-esteem

    16. The best "measure" that a person has achieved high self-esteem is a. a record of strong academic performance b. confidence in a social situation c. self- sufficiency d. strong family relationships 10. When setting guidelines or rules for children and

  22. Can someone proof read my essay

    It's supposed to be a subjective essay on the artical "Literacy in a Thousand Words" Thanks. The article, “Literacy in a Thousand Words,” written by Beatriz Pont and Patrick Werquin, addresses the issue of the lack of literacy skills of the U.S.

  23. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    1. Why is the Social Security Act an important piece of legislation? A: The Social Security Act is an important piece of legislation because it guarantees benefits for the elderly and the unemployed. The legislation also provides modest welfare payments to

  24. AED / ASAP PLEASE

    1.) Describe, in 200 to 300 words, the different approaches you can use for teaching controversial versus noncontroversial subjects. Identify the subjects and then provide a specific example of each type of instruction. 2.) Consider that one responsibility

  25. Life orientation

    What are causes of social issue.what are five factors of social issue.the impact of the contemporary of social issue. How the contemporary social issue impact negative on local and global communities list five.give a detail description of your plan and

  26. child development and human behavior

    My Answers: 1. Which of the following is a characteristic of middle childhood? C. Gaining reading, writing, and mathematical skills 2. If you require children in middle childhood to spend much time in quiet activities, they C. may develop nervous habits

  27. teachers aide early chidhood education and after s

    1.you should serve meals and snacks for young children? (a|)at the same time daily (my answer) (b)only when the children are hungry (c)in a complety quiet atmosphere (d)at a different time everyday 2.children often use parallel play as a way to ?

  28. childcare

    Timing and __ are important skills for caregivers to use to facilitate infant-toddler social play ?

  29. Written Communication

    Can someone help me Pleaseeeee….on a writing assignment? I need to write introduction paragraphs on these Topics…My title: Positive Ways to Discipline Children. Thanks • Positive Discipline (Pattern of development: Description) • Positive

  30. Psychology

    you examine basic concepts of human interaction from a psychology perspective. In your examination, describe at least two examples of how human behavior changes based on social situations. In your description be sure to address the following: a.Describe

  31. AED 200

    Read the following scenario: You are a second-grade teacher at Happy Valley Elementary School. You are teaching language arts and social studies. Your classroom of 21 students consists of 7 white students, 5 Latino students, 4 African American students, 3

  32. Sociology

    I am having difficulty understanding the four principles of social stratification. 1. Social stratification is a trait of society, not simply a reflection of individual differences. 2. Social stratification carries over from generation to generation. 3.

  33. CHILD DEVELOPMENT

    SocWrite a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper addressing the following points: o Explain the stages of social and moral development children experience from early childhood through adolescence. o Compare the social and emotional development of the children in each

  34. child development

    When both parents believe that men are capable of nurturing infants a. mothers devote time to caregiving b. fathers devote less time to caregiving c. fathers devote more time to caregiving d. the marital relationship tends to suffer, particulary when me

  35. art only 2 questionssss

    In an effort to help a student understand the concept of shading, which teaching strategy could an educator use to help someone who learns best through hands-on activities? A. explain shading techniques out loud B. write shading techniques on the board. C.

  36. health

    some sdvice on an essay I have to do on child development.How social skills are developed in children.What is self-esteem and self-concept and how are these concepts developed in children?.The importance of social relationships.Effects on self-esteem and

  37. The Teacher Aide in Early Childhood Education Prog

    Could you please help 2. One of the primary concerns of child advocacy groups is A. the need to provide more supervisory care for children. B. providing children with sports, games, and arts and crafts activities. C. the problem of low wages for early

  38. child psychology

    Mishel's research shows that --------- is especially important in teaching children to delay gratification and resit temptation. A. the desire-theory of mind B.diverting attention C.perspective taking D.reinforcing I think its C, am I correct please help

  39. developmental appropriate curriculum

    Which of the following strategies is best for teaching motor skills? A. Suppressing motor skills that may be developing early B. Telling children to try harder C. Coaching and demonstration D. Experimentation and strict correction

  40. The Curiculum

    Which of the following strategies is best for teaching motor skills? A. Suppressing motor skills that may be developing early B. Telling children to try harder C. Coaching and demonstration D. Experimentation and strict correction My answer is c.

  41. ENGLISH

    english is not my first language ,plz help i m writing an essay .. In order to prevent the risk factor of social media, parents should involve in children social media and other online issues. .Parent should win the confidence of their children and

  42. child care

    the best strategy for encouraging social competence with a group of school-age children is to (a(reassure the student about positive behavior (b)punish students for antisocial behavior (c)use external rewards (d) model good social skills

  43. Social psycology

    Prepare at minimum a 1,400 word paper (no maximum) in which you examine the discipline of social psychology. As a part of your examination, be sure to address the following items: o Define social psychology. o Discuss how social psychology differs from

  44. childhood

    By providing shelves low enough for children to select materials, you encourage the development of A Social skills B solitary play C Cleanliness D Independence I believe that A is the correct answer Which of these factors is most likely to determine the

  45. Early Child Ed.

    Would "D" be the best answer for this question? Which one of the following statements is NOT valid about the presence of a "mismatch between home and school?" A. There are differences in language and social communication patterns. B. Children's early

  46. Social Studies

    Could someone tell me whether these answers are correct? Every culture has a __________ or a way of oganizing people Social Structure? In the past it was hard to move from one __________ to another. Social Class? The size of a _________ can differ from

  47. Art and Creative Development

    Art helps children socially because: A. they can make artistic products for others to see at art shows B. during are activities, they interact and learn social skills such as sharing and taking turns. C. they can make crafts that can be sold to other

  48. child

    The best strategy for encouraging social competence with a group of school-age children is to A. reassure the students about positive behavior. B. punish students for antisocial behavior. C. use external rewards. D. model good social skills.

  49. business

    Social media can have a significant impact on a company’s success (both positive and negative). What are the pros of social media, and how do you think they can be harnessed to promote effective communication? What are the cons, and how do you think they

  50. child day care management

    Q; the best strategy for encouraging social competence with a group of school-age children is to A. reassure the students about positiv behavior B.punish students for antisocial behavior C. use external rewards D.modeling good social skills To me D make

  51. child care

    why is it important to choose appropriate play provision for a child? (please help i am very stuck and my assigment is due in tomorrow) Young children learn by playing. They develop large and small motor skills, intellectual knowledge, social adaptation,

  52. sociology

    Marxism claims that social welfare agencies are really just organizations of A. social class. B. social control. C. social pride. D. social vanity.

  53. Child Care

    The best strategy for encouraging social competence with a group of school-age children is to A.reassure the students about positive behavior B.punish students for antisocial behavior C.use external rewards D. model good social skills. Their are two

  54. Diversity

    Which onw of the following statements is NOT valid about the presence of a "mismatch between home and school?" a.There are differencein language & social communication patterns b.Children's early developmental foundations might be at risk. c.Literacy &

  55. sociology110

    how can the three sociological perspective e.g.social functionalism, social conflict, symbolic interaction be used on conceptually understand multiculturalism?

  56. psychology

    Social skills training programs are interventions in which children are taught specific, discrete behaviors that can facilitate effective social interactions, like making eye contact and asking appropriate questions. Assessments of these interventions

  57. proofread

    Hi, can someone proofread this for me. I'll appreciate it. Thanks in advance. The practicum site I selected is an elementary school. I will be assisting a first grade teacher during the semester. I will be helping her with her students and with other

  58. education

    Just want to know what these questions are asking for. thanks What view do you have of the children's skills and competencies? In what ways do you need to transform your view of children to see them in a more positive light? what skills do you want to

  59. childhood education

    Which factors seem to be most important for development of make-believe play. A. children's readiness to engage in make- believe play and social experiences that promote it. B.opportunities for peer interaction in settings that inspire make-believe play.

  60. psychology

    Explain how having a negative self-schema affects one’s social interactions. How does social intelligence affect one’s responses in any given situation? How might a person’s self-guides impact his or her perspective on the world?

  61. sociology

    What areas of social services, business and industry could benefit from the expertise and skills of a trained gerontological social worker?

  62. History

    Could someone please help me with this? Assume the role of an American journalist during World War II. Write three newspaper headlines that indicate the significance of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Each headline must report the same event from a different

  63. Sociology

    Did I answer my questions correctly? Which sociological perspective would likely contend that the role of the mass media is to provide socialization, enforce social norms through public events, and create social stability and cohesion through collective

  64. english

    a speeche on importance of discipline in students life. please ans as soon as possible, as on the tuesday the 27th of june i have to give a speech I'm not sure exactly what you're asking -- surely you're not expecting someone here to write your speech for

  65. Context of play

    Teachers can help young children improve their _______ by using role-playing activities to help children learn how to make critical and valuable decisions. A. moral development B. social competence C. spelling ability D. reading skills answer b.

  66. curriculum

    Children with well-developed social skills are not often viewed as A. friendly. B. cooperative. C. gullible. D. responsible. my answer is c.

  67. Curriculum

    Children with well-developed social skills are not often viewed as A. friendly. B. cooperative. C. gullible. D. responsible. my answer is c.

  68. malaria

    I don't really understand what I would talk about for this question: From a social justice perspective why is malaria an important issue for nursing to be aware of?

  69. Child development

    Compared to adults, when children perform complex tasks they a.use less working memory. b.are likely to perform fewer processes automatically. c.are unlikely to exceed the capacity of their working memory. d.use more sensory memory. I cannot figure out

  70. Psychology

    How does having a negative self-schema affect one's social interactions? How does social intelligence affect one's responses in any given situation? How might a person's self-guides impact his or her perspective on the world?

  71. english

    need some social interaction activities which i can use in a clasroom teaching EFL.Children will be given a story about a boy and girl going on picnic.While the boy was reading a book and girl was picking flowers bear came and took some food and wanted to

  72. PSY 230

    Explain how having a negative self-schema affects one’s social interactions. How does social intelligence affect one’s responses in any given situation? How might a person’s self-guides affect his or her perspective of the world?

  73. psychology

    Explain how having a negative self-schema affects one’s social interactions. How does social intelligence affect one’s responses in any given situation? How might a person’s self-guides affect his or her perspective of the world?

  74. Childcare

    which one of the following most typifies what teachers should ask themselves as part of the anti-bias approach? A am i preparing adequately to work with children under my care? B do i show a perference for children who most closely fit my own ethnic,

  75. Ethics and Tech

    The Internet and __________ are powerful and flexible tools that support a wide variety of social interactions. A. the telephone system B. email C. social web sites D. instant messaging is it B

  76. English - Definitions

    What is social criticism and social commentary when it comes to literature? What should I think about when I'm criticizing or commenting on the social aspect of a novel? I need a clear meaning of both terms, "social criticism" and "social commentary".

  77. English Comp

    Compare and Contrast Essay for Preschool Pre-school (Pre-K) and Kindergarten, on an equal level; when it comes to the educational standards of teaching. Preschool allows student an opportunity for additional educational preparations, so that the first

  78. psy230

    Explain how having a negative self-schema affects one’s social interactions. How does social intelligence affect one’s responses in any given situation? How might a person’s self-guides impact his or her perspective on the world?

  79. Social Psychology

    The topic is Peer-Pressure I see education as such a critical force to "arm children" and combat them into feeling empowered as individuals, not just a face or sheep in the crowd. Although education does a lot to promote team work and collaboration, I also

  80. psychology

    Discuss the social and psychological implications of taking a strictly nature view and the social and psychological implication of taking a nurture view?

  81. early childhood

    What is the most important factor in encouraging social development in children?

  82. Bizzy - proofread

    Bizzy, I have taken this paragraph and rewritten it to let you see what I meant by being less wordy and better organized. My study of Human Development will be useful in working with children. The course,Human Development 307I Childhood through

  83. early childhood education

    By providing shelves low enough for children to select mateials you encourage the development of (a)social skills (b)solitary play (c)cleanliness (d)independence

  84. Business

    Hiring o Performance evaluations o Discipline o Termination o Diversity o Harassment o Manager as a role model • Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper addressing the following points: o Describe the moral and ethical issues faced by managers dealing with

  85. planning & implementing for the environment

    By providing shelves low enough for children to select materials, you encourage the development of A. social skills.B. independence.C. cleanliness.D. solitary play. My answer is A

  86. history

    Which discuss the steps in the process that led to the social and political changes in South Africa? (Select all that apply.) Social justice crusader Nelson Mandela was jailed for his activism, yet he saw the end of apartheid and the dawn of nonracial

  87. History

    Which discuss the steps in the process that led to the social and political changes in South Africa? (Select all that apply.) Archbishop Desmond Tutu promoted the acknowledgment of the rights of black Africans and helped expose human rights abuses. Leader

  88. history

    which discuss the steps in the process that led to the social and political changes in south africa? (select all that apply.) a. social justice crusader nelson mandela was jailed for his activism, yet he saw the end of apartheid and the dawn of nonracial

  89. Soc 101

    Social settings of the different forms of social structure described by Durkheim, Tonnies, and Lenski, which comes closet to matching your social setting? Or what are there social structure's?

  90. Chid Care

    By providing shelves low enough for children to select materials, you encourage the development of A. social skills B. solitary play C. cleanliness D. independence I pick the letter D.

  91. Child care

    By providing shelves low enough for children to select materials, you encourage the development of A Social skills B solitary play C Cleanliness D Independence I believe that D is the correct answer

  92. Art Please HELP!

    In addition to skills in creating art, which type of knowledge is important for art therapist to have to successfully perform their jobs? A. Knowledge of Physical Therapy B.Knowledge of Psychology C.Knowledge of teaching Strategies D. Knowledge of Art

  93. exceptional children

    appropriate social skills in young children:A.are aquired over time. b.are easily taught. c.cannot be taught. or c.arenot influenced by a childs temerament.

  94. Art

    In addition to skills in creating art, which type of knowledge is important for art therapists to have to successfully perform their jobs? A. knowledge of physical therapy. B. Knowledge of psychology. C. Knowledge of teaching strategies. D. Knowledge of

  95. The Bell Curve

    In The Bell Curve, Richard Herrnstein and Charles Murray argued that the nation cannot come to terms with its massive social problems until it confronts the role of intelligence. "How bright someone is, is the single variable that has the largest impact on

  96. Research 1

    Bandura's"Bobo doll" study of social learning and aggression (a) exposed children to a videotape in which someone either played nicely with toys or played aggressively with them, and then (b) measured how often children behaved aggressively toward an

  97. Child Development

    When both parents believe that men are capable of nurturing infants a. mothers devote time to caregiving b. fathers devote less time to caregiving c. fathers devote more time to caregiving d. the marital relationship tends to suffer, particulary when me

  98. Statistics

    A study of two groups of children since early childhood: One group of 62 attended preschool. A control group of 61 children from the same area and similar backgrounds did not attend preschool. Over 10 year period as adults, 38 of the preschool sample and

  99. Sociological Perspectives

    I would like to know the differences between interpretevist and interactionist??? secondly..how social world is constructed according to interactionist.. is it through MEANING,SELF CONCEPT,NEGOTIATION,CATEGORIZATION??? the critics of interactionism are

  100. English

    Topic: "War as a social disease" (We can't use the word children or people throughout are essay) How is hatred considered a social disease during the war? How is the psyche considered a social disease duing the war? How does the war have an effect on the

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